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Hope & Main making food Providence’s business

Lisa Raiola, founder and president of food business incubator Hope & Main in Warren, shared insights from her years of bringing amateur cooks through...
PROVIDENCE MAYOR-ELECT Brett Smiley, pictured, on Monday received a letter from Mayor Jorge O. Elorza and former mayors Joseph R. Paolino Jr. and Angel Taveras with recommendations about how to improve the city's educational structure. / COURTESY BRETT SMILEY

Elorza, former Providence mayors offer Smiley recommendations to change city’s education...

PROVIDENCE – Three former city mayors on Monday jointly offered Mayor-elect Brett Smiley four recommendations on how to transform education within the Providence Public...
HOPE & MAIN in 2023 will open a new Downtown Makers Marketplace at 100 Westminster St. in Providence. Pictured, from left, are Joseph R. Paolino Jr., Paolino Properties LP managing partner; Barbara Papitto, The Papitto Opportunity Connection founder; Lisa Raiola, Hope & Main founder and president; and Tony Lopez, owner of Schasteâ. / COURTESY HOPE & MAIN

Hope & Main to open downtown marketplace in Providence

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s prominent food business incubator will soon have a significant presence in the city. Additionally, the organization is currently negotiating to occupy...

Mayoral primary victor Brett Smiley now focused on transition

PROVIDENCE – Less than 24 hours out from their hard-won primary victories, state and local candidates are gearing up for general election races. However, not...
ONE OF NUMEROUS surface parking lots in downtown Providence is located next to the Arcade and across from the Industrial Trust Co. Building on Westminister Street. / PBN FILE PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN

Many argue lack of downtown parking not the problem it once...

A longtime concern of visitors to downtown Providence – the lack of parking – has become a less-pressing issue as the city is still...

Concerns raised over expanded e-bike, scooter program

Some neighborhood and business leaders in Providence are worried that the city’s plan to allow more rental electric bikes and scooters on the streets...

R.I. DEM halts Lighthouse Inn plans for hazmat assessment

NARRAGANSETT – Town Solicitor James M. Callaghan recently told Rhode Island officials that they should not be able to skirt the local permitting process,...

Achievement First buys former Katherine Gibbs College campus in Cranston for...

CRANSTON – The former Cranston campus for Katharine Gibbs College recently sold for $16 million to a Rhode Island charter school company that’s been...
A LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETING held recently by Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island, led by its medical director Dr. Christopher Ottiano, was conducted using a hybrid format, with some people tuning in remotely and others in attendance at the organization's headquarters in Smithfield. / COURTESY NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH PLAN OF RHODE ISLAND

‘Hybrid’ return to office gaining steam in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Many Rhode Island employees have slowly been returning to the office over the past year, but the office hasn’t returned to normal...
LASTING MARK? Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza, who cannot run in November for another term, is hopeful a renovated Industrial Trust Co. Building will add to the vibrancy of Kennedy Plaza, which the city is eying for a $140 million overhaul. / PBN PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

TO THE RESCUE? ‘Superman’ building project could key downtown recovery

The Industrial Trust Co. Building holds a towering place in Neil D. Steinberg’s memory. He started his banking career there nearly half a century ago,...
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