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TWO SETS OF HEARINGS on the Clear River Energy Center are scheduled for this week and next, including the final deliberations on licensing the plant by the R.I. Energy Facility Siting Board. / COURTESY INVENERGY

Burrillville power plant hearings take place this week and next

BURRILLVILLE – The fate of Invenergy Thermal Development LLC’s proposed Clear River Energy Center has the potential of being resolved this week and next. Two...

Invenergy applauds ‘milestone’ decision on proposed Burrillville power plant

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Environmental Management announced Thursday it has found the proposed Clear River Energy Center power plant in Burrillville will...

Transmission line survey work for Clear River Energy Center begins this...

BURRILLVILLE – As part of the pre-engineering on the electric transmission line route for the proposed Clear River Energy Center, survey work will begin...

Transmission line survey work for Clear River Energy Center begins this...

BURRILLVILLE – As part of the pre-engineering on the electric transmission line route for the proposed Clear River Energy Center, survey work will begin...

Fall River laments water sale to proposed Clear River Energy Center

FALL RIVER – The City Council passed a resolution voicing opposition to the renewal of a controversial water contract it made in October that...
A RENDERING of the proposed natural gas-powered electrical plant in Burrillville. / COURTESY INVENERGY LLC

Hearing on possible suspension of Burrillville power plant canceled

PROVIDENCE – State regulators have canceled an upcoming hearing on whether to suspend Invenergy Thermal Development LLC’s application to build a power plant in...

Fall River water board agrees to provide water to proposed Burrillville...

PROVIDENCE – The Watuppa Water Board of Fall River has entered into an agreement to provide water to Benn Water & Heavy Transport Corp.,...
BEYOND BUSINESS: Associate Justice Brian P. Stern worked in the public sector before being appointed to the bench. Although he was named in 2011 to oversee the business calendar for Kent, Newport and Washington counties, he still presides over some criminal matters, including murders, outside of the business calendar. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

A 2001 court experiment in R.I. has paid off with speedier...

When Michael P. Fiore died ­powerboat racing in August 2014, his boat-building company quickly started falling apart. Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats Ltd., based in Bristol, owed...
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