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R.I. Supreme Court upholds Barrington tax assessments on low- and moderate-income...

BARRINGTON – Nearly six years after a town resident challenged the property tax assessment of a low- and moderate-income housing development, the state Supreme...

Knead Doughnuts to open third retail store

PROVIDENCE – Artisan doughnut maker Knead Doughnuts on Friday is expected to open a new retail location in a renovated former mill in the...

Registration open for SENEDIA Defense Innovation Days

NEWPORT – Limited to 350 attendees, registration is open for the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance Defense Innovation Days in August. The event will...

Five Questions With: Robert Randall

Chances are, you’ve used a hand-soap pump today and didn’t think much about it. Robert Randall is vice president of sales for Silgan Dispensing,...

State and local officials celebrate Dartmouth Maritime Center

DARTMOUTH – Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito and local leaders celebrated the opening of the Dartmouth Maritime Center with a ribbon-cutting on May 24. The new...

Rubius announces 3 new patents for cellular-therapy program

PROVIDENCE – Rubius Therapeutics, a Cambridge, Mass.-based biotech firm that develops and genetically engineers red blood cells for use in medications for rare diseases,...

UMass Dartmouth conference focuses on marine renewable energy

FALL RIVER – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship hosted its Marine Renewable Energy Conference, “Pioneering Ocean Energy Innovation in...

United Way partners with Magaziner, legislators on financial literacy campaign

PROVIDENCE – United Way of Rhode Island President and CEO Cortney Nicolato has joined state General Treasurer Seth Magaziner and members of the R.I....

Five Questions With: Frederick W. Reinhardt

Frederick W. Reinhardt has served as president and CEO of Greenwood Credit Union in Warwick since 2016. In his current position, he is responsible...

Freedom Mortgage settles violation charge with $1.8M fine

PROVIDENCE – One of the nation’s largest mortgage bankers, Freedom Mortgage Corp., has settled federal charges that it violated the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act...
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