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BUDGET TALK: Rep. Marvin L. Abney, D-Newport, chairman of the House Finance Committee, speaks during discussions before a full House vote last month on the $12.75 billion 2020-2021 state budget. House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi has said Abney will continue as finance chairman in the 2021 session. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Pandemic, progressives, new House leadership could put twist on contentious issues

The 2021 legislative session is shaping up to be another severe departure from the norm, with a temporary change of venue for both chambers,...
SPEAKING ARRANGEMENT: R.I. House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi will be the guest speaker of Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce’s Virtual Eggs and Issues event on Jan. 14. / COURTESY R.I. GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Editor’s Choice: Northern Rhode Island Chamber to host new R.I. House...

EDITOR’S CHOICE Northern Rhode Island Chamber to host new R.I. House speaker R.I. House speaker K. JOSEPH SHEKARCHI, D-Warwick, will be the guest speaker of...
GETTING PREPARED: Alex Contreras will provide information about disaster preparedness for small businesses during a SCORE webinar on Dec. 29. / COURTESY ALEJANDRO CONTRERAS

Editor’s Choice: Disaster preparedness for small businesses

EDITOR’S CHOICE Disaster preparedness for small businesses SCORE RHODE ISLAND is hosting a webinar to provide information and resources to explain how to prepare for...

Blue Cross, Greater Providence Chamber announce Worksite Health Awards

PROVIDENCE – Thirty-seven businesses across the Ocean State have earned recognition as healthy workplaces from the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce and Blue Cross...

Some remain unswayed on marijuana proposal

Legalized recreational marijuana seemed like a long shot when Gov. Gina M. Raimondo proposed it as a revenue generator 10 months ago, but a...

General Dynamics CEO: Electric Boat jobs present a long-term, career-length opportunity...

PROVIDENCE — Phebe Novakovic, chairman and CEO of General Dynamics Corp., praised the public-private partnership it has with Rhode Island in training employees for...
TAKE ADVANTAGE: Rieva Lesonsky, of GrowBiz Media, will host a webinar on Jan. 7 to discuss adapting a business to take advantage of today’s changing marketplace. / COURTESY RIEVA LESONSKY

Editor’s Choice: How businesses can adapt to today’s changing marketplace

EDITOR’S CHOICE How businesses can adapt to today’s changing marketplace SCORE RHODE ISLAND is hosting a webinar to provide information about today’s changing marketplace and...
TOP EXECUTIVE: General Dynamics Chairman and CEO Phebe Novakovic will be a featured speaker during the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting on Nov. 23. / COURTESY PHEBE NOVAKOVIC

Editor’s Choice: Learning the best ways to process credit card payments

EDITOR’S CHOICE Raimondo to speak during Providence Chamber meeting THE GREATER PROVIDENCE Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual meeting virtually with five highly credentialed...

Raimondo announces $3.1M in Take It Outside grants

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo and R.I. Commerce Corp. announced the distribution of $3.1 million in Take It Outside grants Friday. The grants, which...
SOME BREATHING ROOM: Collection specialist Dosha Bogosian works in a sparsely populated office at XRA Medical Imaging in Cranston. While XRA’s diagnostic services have remained open for months, more of the administrative workers have returned but are keeping their distance from one another.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Many offices are sparsely filled, and it’s having negative effects

When Michael Giuttari returned in late June to his office at MG Commercial Real Estate Services Inc. in the Jewelry District of Providence, he...

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