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PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS Editor Michael Mello, right, addresses the crowd Thursday during PBN's Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies Awards ceremony at the Graduate Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Organizations honored for growth, innovation at PBN’s Fastest Growing & Innovative...

PROVIDENCE – A financial institution, a construction management company, an addiction recovery organization and an insurance agency were recognized Thursday as the top earners...
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This dining style is a gas

We have just about every style of dining out available here in our “snack-sized state,” as Food & Wine recently referred to Rhode Island. Food...
ABOUT 200 PEOPLE attended Providence Business News' 2022 Book of Lists Premier Event at the Graduate Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN officially debuts 2022 Book of Lists at Graduate Providence

PROVIDENCE – Approximately 200 local business individuals gathered Thursday at the Graduate Providence to network with one another during Providence Business News’ 2022 Book...

Taylor Box, Taco to be honored at R.I. Manufacturers Association awards...

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association will host its annual awards dinner at the Graduate Providence hotel on Feb. 15. Taylor Box Co. and...

R.I. well represented in Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island was well represented in Condé Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards for 2021. Readers of the travel magazine lauded 10 of the...
AT THEIR POST: John and Sarah Cullen behind the counter of their gift shop Solstice on Water Street on Block Island. They’re hoping for a very busy summer. / PBN PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN

BRACING FOR THE WAVE: Tourism industry ready for big rebound, but...

A year ago, John and Sarah Cullen were fearing for the future of their Block Island gift shop. With supply chains choked by the COVID-19...
STANDING READY: Outside Hammetts Hotel in Newport are, from left, General Manager Randi Milewski, Colin Kane and Sam Bradner, two of the hotel owners, and Sarah Eustis, CEO of the Main Street Hospitality Group, the company handling the hotel’s management. The hotel opened in June amid the uncertainty of the pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Hotel industry has been desolated, but some are betting on big...

In a normal year, early November is a shoulder season in Newport. Christopher Bicho, who owns six leisure-market hotels in the coastal area, would...
LOOKING AHEAD: Hammetts Hotel opened in Newport in June. Owners don’t expect to lay anyone off this winter. From left: General Manager Randi Milewski; Colin Kane and Sam Bradner, two owners; and Sarah Eustis, CEO of the Main Street Hospitality Group, which is managing the hotel. / PBN ARCHIVE PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Winter looks bleak for hotels, but many are taking long view

Winter is coming, and while White Walkers from the long-running HBO television series “Game of Thrones” are not on the local horizon, it is...

Hotel industry: We’re in dire need

With nearly 8,800 left jobless in Rhode Island’s hotel sector and an estimated 8 out of every 10 hotel rooms empty, some local hospitality...
TWENTY MEMBERS of The Providence Singers Inc. perform 'Somewhere' from West Side Story as a virtual choir in a YouTube video to help the community cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. / COURTESY YOUTUBE

Stepping Up: Providence Singers lend voices to community virtually

EAST PROVIDENCE – For members of The Providence Singers Inc., lending their voices to song is a way of life. It serves as a...
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