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The Procaccianti Group wants to build year-round attractions in Newport, such as an indoor water park. /

A Grand new vision for Newport

The Procaccianti Group last week unveiled plans for as much as $1.4 billion of development on 75 acres of Newport’s North End, including entertainment...

AS220, BankRI share pride in Dreyfus Hotel

After about two years of redevelopment efforts, the former Dreyfus Hotel downtown is almost ready to open as an ornate restaurant and pub, street-level...

Officials warn about ad on hand-washing posters

PROVIDENCE – A hand-washing signage advertisement from a company calling itself the Rhode Island Food Service Compliance Center is causing a stir in the...
THE NORTH END, as envisioned by TPG and TRO Jung | Brannen after the completion of the $1.4 billion private development.  /

TPG unveils $1.4B ‘O2’ development plan <br>that begins with buying Newport...

NEWPORT – The Procaccianti Group, joined by business leaders and elected officials from Newport and Aquidneck Island, today announced the beginning of an entertainment/residential/commercial...
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Steamship Historical Society hires director

EAST PROVIDENCE – Michigan native Matthew S. Schulte has been selected to serve as the Steamship Historical Society of America’s first executive director. His...
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UMass study shows where N.E. gambled in 2006

Rhode Islanders spent $548 million last year “at southern New England’s four casino-style venues,” according to a report released today by the Center for...
THE NEW HOTEL, a Hampton Inn to be constructed at The Village at South County Commons, is to have 100 guest rooms. /

Washington Trust Co. financing $8.1M new hotel

The Washington Trust Co. Commercial Real Estate Group has provided Village Hotel Associates LLC with $8.1 million in financing to build a Hampton Inn...
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BankNewport to display Tall Ships painting

NEWPORT – “Tall Ships in Newport Harbor,” the signature painting for the Amica Insurance Tall Ships Rhode Island 2007, goes on exhibit today at...

New Wave Café shuttered in tax dispute

NEW BEDFORD – The New Wave Café, a longtime showcase for original music, was shut down Wednesday by The Mass. Department of Revenue for...
STATE REPRESENTATIVES Peter T. Ginaitt, left, and Joseph Trillo, center, are co-chairing a commission to gauge the impact of the 2003 fire code on local businesses. /

Hearing on fire code reveals flaws<br> in enforcement

Lou DeCiantis, owner of Lou’s Laundry in Warwick, didn’t realize he could ask the R.I. Fire Safety Code Board of Appeal and Review for...

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