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QUONSET DEVELOPMENT CORP. has received $11.25 million in federal funding to help with upgrades to Pier 1. / PBN FILE PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Quonset Point receiving additional $11.25M in federal funds to rehab Pier...

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Rhode Island’s largest industrial business park will be infused with more federal money to help with infrastructure improvements. The state’s congressional delegation...
MULTIPLE RHODE ISLAND Democratic candidates will be decided upon Tuesday in the state's primary election. / PBN FILE PHOTO/NICOLE DOTZENROD

Voters deciding Tuesday on R.I. gubernatorial, congressional, Providence mayoral candidates

PROVIDENCE – After several weeks of campaign messages, debates and verbal jabs, voters on Tuesday will decide on multiple Rhode Island candidates seeking high-profile...

URI Research Foundation to lead defense manufacturing coalition

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island Research Foundation will lead a defense manufacturing consortium eligible for up to $5 million in federal funding. The...

RITIN forum to spotlight sustainability in textile manufacturing

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Industry experts, elected officials and academics will come together next month to envision a greener future for the textile industry in...
BOB BURKE, back row at left, owner of Pot au Feu Restaurant in Providence, says that while local restaurants are back to being full after the COVID-19 pandemic impacted operations, the costs for restaurants to operate has risen due to inflation and supply chain problems. / COURTESY POT AU FEU

R.I. delegation urges SBA to provide financial assistance to still-struggling hospitality...

PROVIDENCE – The state’s congressional delegation is pushing the U.S. Small Business Administration to provide financial assistance to restaurants in both Rhode Island and...

MAKING A MARK: Gaining influence takes time in U.S. House

When he arrived at the U.S. Capitol in January 2001 as a newly elected House member, Rep. James R. Langevin, D-R.I., understood that helping...
CHIEF COMMUNICATOR: Arianne Corrente joined the Rhode Island Foundation six years ago and is now focused on raising the profile of the nonprofit as vice president of marketing and communications. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Communication key to raising funds at Rhode Island Foundation

2022 C-Suite Awards: Nonprofit/Social Service Agency | Arianne Corrente, Rhode Island Foundation vice president of marketing and communications Arianne Corrente has worked at the Rhode...
DAVID SEGAL, a former Providence City Council member and former state representative, is running as a Democrat for U.S. Congress. / COURTESY DAVID SEGAL

Segal latest R.I. Democrat seeking Langevin’s U.S. House seat

PROVIDENCE – David Segal, a past Providence City Council member and state representative, announced Wednesday that he will become the latest Democratic Congressional candidate...
U.S. REP. JIM LANGEVIN, D-R.I., who has served in Congress for more than two decades, will not seek re-election this November. / COURTESY U.S. REP. JIM LANGEVIN

U.S. Rep. Langevin will not seek reelection

PROVIDENCE – Rep. James R. Langevin, D-R.I., who became the first quadriplegic to be elected to Congress more than two decades ago, announced Tuesday...
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Stop big tech from stifling the little guys

Having worked in the tech industry for nearly a decade, I appreciate the effort that has gone into developing platforms such as Apple Inc.’s...
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