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Convention bureau reports $10M increase in visitor spending during March and...

PROVIDENCE – Visitor spending at hotels and conventions during March and April grew $10 million over the past two years, the Providence Warwick Convention...

Regional tourism leaders optimistic new slogan can be ‘All That’ and...

PROVIDENCE – R.I. Commerce Corp. recently unveiled a long-planned statewide marketing campaign, announcing to the world the Ocean State is “All That” and a...
ARTHUR S. ROBBINS, a co-founder of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau who also served for 41 years on HopeHealth's board of directors, died Tuesday at the age of 91. / COURTESY HOPEHEALTH

Former PWCVB founder, longtime HopeHealth board member Robbins dies at 91

PROVIDENCE – Arthur S. Robbins, a local business leader who co-founded the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau and served four decades on HopeHealth’s...

Convention bureau in midst of winning season with sports bookings

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau is reporting a banner year for sports bookings in 2024, having already secured 14 events...
TALKING IT OUT: R.I. Commerce Secretary Elizabeth M. Tanner, second from left, discusses the state’s economic picture at Providence Business News’ Economic Trends Summit on Jan. 24 at the Providence Marriott. Also participating in the panel discussion is, from left, William C. Tsonos, Bank Rhode Island CEO and president; Thomas Sweeney, owner and principal of Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal; Marianne Raimondo, dean of the Rhode Island College School of Business; and Kristen Adamo, president of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau. The discussion was moderated by PBN Editor Michael Mello, far right. 
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Panel: ‘The hard part is figuring out what’s next’

A benefit of living in a state with the population of a large American city is its accessibility. What in New York or Los...
R.I. COMMERCE SECRETARY Elizabeth M. Tanner, second from left, discusses the state's economic picture at Providence Business News' Economic Trends Summit on Wednesday morning at the Providence Marriott. Also participating in the panel discussion is, from left, William C. Tsonos, Bank Rhode Island CEO and president; Thomas Sweeney, owner and principal of Sweeney Real Estate & Appraisal; Marianne Raimondo, dean of the Rhode Island College School of Business; and Kristen Adamo, president of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau. The discussion was moderated by PBN Editor Michael Mello, far right. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

PBN summit: A soft landing for economy that’s still ‘fragile underneath’

PROVIDENCE – The likelihood of a recession, once thought inevitable, will be forestalled or fail to materialize, at least within the next 12 to...

Venturini plans to retire from hospitality association after 35 years

CRANSTON – After 35 years at the helm of the R.I. Hospitality Association, Dale J. Venturini confirmed Wednesday she is stepping down, effective February...

PBN’s 2024 Economic Trends Summit slated for Jan. 24

PROVIDENCE – A host of issues affecting Rhode Island’s economy and industry-specific insights, as well as forecasts for the coming year will be discussed...

Some Providence politicians, policy analysts say it’s time to raise taxes

It’s not often that politicians preemptively push for more taxes.  Yet a new report adopted by the Providence City Council on Thursday, Jan. 4, recommends potential tax...
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Mother of All Tailgates takes Gillette Stadium by storm at Army-Navy...

In this season of giving and goodwill, there is a food service organization doing good work. That work was highlighted at the Army-Navy college...
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