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City, Newport Restoration Foundation select Thomason as part of building preservation...

NEWPORT – The city and a local foundation recently selected a Nashville-based consultant to help create guidelines for bolstering the resiliency of historic properties...

R.I. Department of Health to receive nearly $2M FEMA grant

PROVIDENCE – Nearly $2 million in costs racked up by the R.I. Department of Health’s COVID-19 data analysis last year will be reimbursed by...
DANGER AHEAD? A police officer directs traffic away from River Street in West Warwick during widespread flooding in April 2010 while firefighters evacuate residents. Following flood insurance rate changes in October, about 10% of homeowners in the state have dropped their coverage. 
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Homeowners urged to revisit flood insurance following new FEMA rate formula

A fully paid-off home may seem to be a symbol of financial stability. And in many ways, it’s undoubtedly a vital safety net. “It’s wealth...

Disasters hurt affordable housing most

The tornadoes and wildfires that devastated communities from Kentucky to Colorado in the final weeks of 2021 left thousands of people displaced or homeless....

Biden to continue FEMA virus aid for states until April 1,...

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden is extending the federal government's 100% reimbursement of COVID-19 emergency response costs to states, tribes and territories through...

Report: 30% of state critical infrastructure at risk of failing in...

PROVIDENCE – A major flood could render inoperable nearly one-third of Rhode Island's hospitals, wastewater treatment plants, ports and other critical infrastructure, simultaneously making...

FEMA awards R.I. $27M in COVID-19 expense reimbursement

PROVIDENCE – The Federal Emergency Management Agency is allocating $27.3 million to cover costs associated with the statewide COVID-19 response in the state in...

Report: Over half of R.I. policyholders of national flood insurance will...

PROVIDENCE – Over half of Rhode Island property owners with national flood insurance will see their annual premiums increase under changes to the Federal...
SOUNDING THE ALARM: Daniel Egan, president of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Rhode Island, says local schools need to be “aggressive in managing the decline in the number of high school graduates in the coming years.” / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Enrollment ‘headwinds’ coming for local colleges

Colleges and universities in Rhode Island will need to find creative ways to draw in promising students in the face of a steep enrollment...

State controller: FY 21 budget year ends $51M above expected surplus

PROVIDENCE – Higher income and sales tax revenue combined with federal emergency management reimbursements boosted the state’s fiscal 2021 surplus to $332 million as...
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