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Retail sales up a strong 0.7% in March from February, underscoring...

NEW YORK (AP) – Americans increased their spending pace in March at a better-than-expected pace than the previous month, underscoring how shoppers remain resilient...
MAYOR BRETT P. Smiley says the "Eat, Play, Learn PVD" program will return this summer, providing meals, low-cost recreational opportunities and summer employment.

‘Eat, Play, Learn PVD’ returning to Providence this summer

PROVIDENCE – Free meals and educational programs will continue for Providence children and young adults this summer.  Mayor Brett P. Smiley on Monday announced the...

U.S. employers added a surprisingly robust 303K jobs in March in...

WASHINGTON (AP) – America's employers delivered another outpouring of jobs in March, adding a sizzling 303,000 workers to their payrolls and bolstering hopes that...

Quonset Business Park announces total employment has grown to 14K-plus jobs

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Fifteen months after the business park hit 13,000 jobs, the Quonset Development Corp. on Tuesday announced that the park has hit...

Robots and happy workers: Productivity surge helps explain U.S. economy’s surprising...

WASHINGTON (AP) – Trying to keep up with customer demand, Batesville Tool & Die began seeking 70 people to hire last year. It wasn't...

R.I. manufacturing wages drop month over month in December

PROVIDENCE – Wages for manufacturing production workers dropped 21 cents to $25.34 per hour between November and December, according to the R.I. Department of Labor and...

Job gains and free-spending shoppers lifted Wall Street in 2023, but...

NEW YORK (AP) – Job gains and raises helped power solid economic growth in the U.S. last year, but what if those gains were a mirage?  Gross...

Filings for jobless claims tick up modestly, continuing claims fall

U.S. applications for jobless benefits ticked up last week, but the overall number of people in the U.S. collecting unemployment benefits fell after hitting...
MIXED RESULTS across key economic indicators hint that Rhode Island's economic growth stalled in the second quarter, according to a new report.

RIPEC, Bryant report: R.I. economic growth shows signs it stalled in...

PROVIDENCE – Mixed results in key economic indicators hint that the state’s economic growth stalled in the second, according to a report from the...

DLT’s Registered Apprenticeship program gets $353K federal boost

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Labor and Training will receive a $353,679 State Apprenticeship Expansion grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Sen....
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