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Make R.I. part of Biden job growth

Kudos to Community College of Rhode Island President Meghan L. Hughes for reminding two national power brokers of their local and regional roots during...

Funding snub not the end of blue economy

It was unrealistic to have expected U.S. Commerce Secretary and former R.I. Gov. Gina M. Raimondo to use her influence to steer to her...

McKee must lead on deal for Tidewater

Pawtucket Mayor Donald R. Grebien is right to blame the departure of the Pawtucket Red Sox for Worcester, Mass., in 2020 on a lack...

Economic development front and center at Providence mayoral forum

PROVIDENCE – From public safety fears to the housing crisis and the “brain drain” of college graduates leaving the capital city, nearly all the...
STATE OFFICIALS introduced Wednesday the new $40 million statewide Rhode Island Ready economic development initiative designed to prepare sites to host new companies and bring new jobs to the state.

$40M Rhode Island Ready economic-development initiative unveiled

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Over the last decade, Quonset Business Park’s site-readiness program has created more than 3,500 jobs and approximately $682 million in private...
James A. Procaccianti

James A. Procaccianti

The Procaccianti name can be seen everywhere in Rhode Island if you look close enough. Procaccianti Cos. was the real estate developer behind the nine-story,...

COMMUNITY INVESTMENT CORPORATION SELECTS LOUIS SILVA TO SUCCEED MARK COUSINEAU AS...

HAMDEN, CONNECTICUT – CIC Board of Directors has named Louis Silva to succeed Mark Cousineau as leader of the multi-state economic development lending organization....

Marsella Development Corp. to purchase Union Station’s lower floor; build food...

PROVIDENCE – Marsella Development Corp. had a hand in redeveloping Union Station more than three decades ago. Now, the company is working with the...
Niamh Perreault

Companies can win big by thinking small

I’m a huge fan of Rhode Island. Growing up in a small, close-knit part of the world such as Northern Ireland drew me to...
Kelly Nevins

Workforce can’t afford to lose more women

In March, I wrote about how COVID-19 is a gender and equity issue; pundits have coined the term “she-cession” in relation to the disproportionate...
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