Rhode Island wants its own share of the biomedical-, technology- and engineering-based economy that has transformed Boston, and strengthened the competitive position of Massachusetts. To that end, over the past several years, the Ocean State has made significant public investments in creating an innovation district in downtown Providence, as well as one aligned with the…
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  1. What does this mean? …”To be like Boston, Rhode Island needs more depth and variety in activities and individuals that support innovation-related businesses”?

    I believe we mean “To be like Boston, PROVIDENCE needs more depth and variety in activities and individuals that support innovation-related businesses”.

    Providence does (culinary and performing arts, history, etc) and can (biotechnology, medical, engineering) compete with Boston. It has little to do with the state.

    Compare cities to cites, states to states. Come on, now!