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4 lead-contaminated properties reach cleanup agreements with state for $700K

PROVIDENCE – The owners of four lead-contaminated properties located in the city and Burrillville have reached removal agreements with the state for a total...
BUSINESS AND NONPROFIT leaders meet and talk with one another Thursday during Providence Business News' 2023 Book of Lists Premier Event at the Graduate Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN debuts 2023 Book of Lists at Graduate Providence

PROVIDENCE – Nearly 250 local business and nonprofit representatives gathered Thursday at the Graduate Providence to network with one another during Providence Business News’...

Route 6-10 contractor, former employee charged for illegally dumping contaminated fill

PROVIDENCE – The Massachusetts-based lead contractor and a former employee on the $410 million reconstruction of the Route 6-10 connector were both charged by...

PBN’s most-read stories of 2022

From developments with the potential to reshape the landscape of Providence and a steady stream of million-dollar home sales across Rhode Island, to ongoing...
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha says the state has resolved its lawsuit against two gasoline refiners over soil and groundwater pollution. The state will receive about $1.1 million. / COURTESY PETER F. NERONHA

State reaches $1.1M settlement with 2 gas refiners over soil, water...

PROVIDENCE – Two large gasoline refiners will pay the state about $1.1 million to resolve a lawsuit alleging they caused soil and groundwater throughout...
LIFESPAN CORP., Care New England and Brown University have jointly signed an aligned research collaboration agreement in order to build a more innovative and efficient approach to conducting health and medical research.

Lifespan, CNE, Brown jointly agree to align health research operations

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp., Care New England Health System and Brown University will in fact join forces on health care-related matters in order to...

Woonsocket man to serve 2 years in prison for illegal firearm...

WOONSOCKET – A city man was sentenced to two years in federal prison for his role in an illegal firearm trafficking scheme, R.I. Attorney...
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. Supreme Court strikes down Champlin’s expansion

NEW SHOREHAM – A controversial proposal to expand a Block Island marina was struck down for the final time by the state’s highest court...
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha and other state officials announced late Wednesday that 42 local and state police departments received $16 million in funds to equip officers with body-worn cameras. / COURTESY PETER F. NERONHA

R.I. police departments receive $16M in grants for body cameras

PROVIDENCE – As part of the state’s body-worn camera program for police officers across Rhode Island, the state announced late Wednesday that $16 million...
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