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General Assembly passes bill banning noncompete clauses for nurse practitioners

PROVIDENCE – The General Assembly has passed a bill that would prohibit noncompete clauses in employment contracts for nurse practitioners. By banning noncompete clauses, the...

Champlin awards $8.4M in grants to 85 R.I. nonprofits

CRANSTON – The Champlin Foundation on Wednesday announced $8.4 million in grants to 85 Rhode Island nonprofits, including 10 first-time recipients. “At the same time...

R.I. Life Science Hub to host inaugural summit Tuesday

PROVIDENCE – While the search for a leader continues, the R.I. Life Science Hub is getting ready to host its inaugural summit Tuesday. Neil Steinberg,...

Lawmakers make late-session push for health care reform

PROVIDENCE – As the General Assembly session is winding down, lawmakers in both chambers are teaming up to get a series of bills passed...

I-195 Commission to consider updated plans for parcels 14, 15

PROVIDENCE – A year after being selected as the developer for Parcels 14 and 15 in the I-195 District, CV Properties’ vision for the...

City Council calls for ‘condemnation and closure’ of embattled Providence scrapyard

PROVIDENCE – As the long-running disputes Rhode Island Recycled Metals LLC has faced with state and city authorities continue, the City Council passed a...
ACCORDING TO DATA from online banking news outlet GOBankingRates, average college tuition rate increases within Rhode Island are among the highest in the U.S. / COURTESY GOBANKINGRATES

Are private college tuition increases in Rhode Island justified in being...

Tuition increases at Rhode Island-based colleges over the last decade are among the highest in the country, according to a report from GOBankingRates. The online...

CVS pharmacists at 2 R.I. locations seek to unionize

WOONSOCKET – Pharmacists at two CVS locations in the southern part of the state announced Tuesday that they have filed to unionize with The...

Swarovski office building in Cranston sells for $8.8M

CRANSTON – The iconic building that Swarovski North America Ltd. called home has sold for $8.8 million, according to Lila Delman Compass. For more than...

RIDOH issues compliance order against Women & Infants over delays in...

PROVIDENCE – Women & Infants Hospital must make improvements to its pharmacy after the R.I. Department of Health issued a compliance order against the...
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