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Agencies to get $26.9M for public housing

PROVIDENCE – Public housing projects across the state will benefit from $26.9 million in federal funding awarded to 24 local housing authorities, U.S. Sen. Jack...
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha is suing a Rhode Island car dealership for alleged deceptive sales and advertising practices and violation of the state’s consumer protection law. / COURTESY R.I. OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

Neronha accuses car dealership of deceiving customers, deceptive sales practices

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha is suing a Rhode Island car dealership for alleged deceptive sales and advertising practices and violation of the state’s consumer...

$12M awarded for municipal resilience projects

PROVIDENCE – Twenty communities across the state that participated in the Municipal Resilience Program were awarded a total of $12 million in grants, Gov....

Winter storm brings significant snow across R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Cleanup continued across the state Monday after the first storm of the winter season dumped as much as 11 inches of snow...

Bristol-Providence ferry for Washington Bridge commuters delayed until Dec. 20

PROVIDENCE – State officials on Monday announced that the two-way ferry service planned between Bristol and Providence to provide alternative travel routes for commuters...

BankNewport Names Tony Brum Vice President, Commercial Lending Officer

BankNewport is pleased to announce that Tony Brum has been named vice president, commercial lending officer. He is responsible for deepening existing relationships and...

State receives $26M in federal funding for public housing

PROVIDENCE – Housing authorities in 24 communities across the state will receive $26.3 million in federal funding through the Public Housing Capital Fund, U.S....

RIPTA receives $5M in federal Safe Streets funding

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Public Transit Authority will receive $5 million to develop a Safe Streets action plan covering 29 communities across the state,...

Jeffrey Hall named new Audubon executive director

PROVIDENCE – The Audubon Society of Rhode Island on Nov. 10 named Jeffrey C. Hall its next executive director.  Hall will succeed Lawrence Taft, who...

6 R.I. communities reject cannabis sales; combined $1.4B in local school...

PROVIDENCE – Voters in 25 Rhode Island communities Tuesday approved recreational cannabis sales, while another six rejected allowing pot businesses to set up in...
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