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SETH MAGAZINER, left, is still the top fundraiser and spender in the race for the U.S. 2nd Congressional District seat over Republican candidate Allan W. Fung, middle. Independent candidate William Gilbert, right, did not file a third-quarter campaign finance report. / SCREENSHOT VIA YOUTUBE

Magaziner remains top fundraiser in 2nd Congressional District race heading into...

PROVIDENCE – Seth Magaziner remains both the top fundraiser and campaign spender, as well as having cash on hand, in the race to succeed...

R.I. student-loan reimbursement program sees applications drop 40%

PROVIDENCE – A state incentive program aimed at luring college graduates to work in critical industries through student-loan reimbursement may be losing its luster. Just...

Commerce at crossroads: How will the gubernatorial election change R.I.’s economic...

Gov. Daniel J. McKee was in his element as he strolled along Main Street in East Greenwich one afternoon in July. It was another stop...
A NEW R.I. COMMERCE secretary is expected to be announced June 27.

New R.I. commerce secretary to be announced June 27

PROVIDENCE – A new state secretary of commerce is expected to be announced by Gov. Daniel J. McKee on June 27, McKee spokesperson Matt...

R.I. Commerce: Others need to help close $30M Pawtucket soccer stadium...

PAWTUCKET – If the state is going to pony up more public dollars to support the rising costs of the Pawtucket soccer stadium project,...
FLUX MARINE LTD., a company in East Greenwich that makes electric outboard boat engines, is receiving tax credits worth an estimated $1.9 million over 10 years from the state of Rhode Island after an 8-0 vote by the R.I. Commerce Corp. board of directors on Monday. / COURTESY FLUX MARINE LTD.

R.I. Commerce gives Flux Marine $1.9M in tax credits to remain...

PROVIDENCE – Flux Marine Ltd., a company that makes electric outboard boat engines, is staying in the Ocean State after the R.I. Commerce Corp....
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...
THE R.I. OFFICE OF INNOVATION closed permanently last June without a public announcement except for a notice on its website. The office was created under Gov. Gina M. Raimondo in 2016. PBN FILE PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN

Change in state leadership led to permanent closure of R.I. Office...

PROVIDENCE — A shift in state leadership hastened the closure of the R.I. Office of Innovation, according to state and former office employees who...

Employee housing proposal on state’s radar for consideration by General Assembly

PROVIDENCE – An employee housing proposal birthed by a local manufacturer has caught the attention of Gov. Daniel J. McKee and Rhode Island’s legislative...

Employee housing proposal sparks thoughts of mill villages

RICHMOND – Warren Fry’s housing situation became a nightmare when a pesky neighbor caused him to move out of his apartment in Westerly where...
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