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Commerce approves $46M in public financing, incentives for Tidewater Landing

PAWTUCKET – The R.I. Commerce Corp. board of directors on Friday gave the go-ahead to provide more than $46 million in public, tax-increment financing...

Is R.I. Commerce Corp. well-positioned to help the state climb out...

Gov. Gina M. Raimondo says the economic-development initiatives she helped develop through R.I. Commerce Corp. over the past six years have been so successful,...

Tidewater Landing developer seeks state tax credits

PAWTUCKET – The developer behind a mixed-use, soccer stadium development along Pawtucket’s riverfront is seeking state tax credits to help pay for the estimated...

R.I. COVID-19 business curfews to be lifted Friday

PROVIDENCE – In an acceleration of guidance provided Thursday, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo will sign an executive order Friday to lift COVID-19-hour-restrictions in place...

Alexander-Scott, Raimondo, Chenevert among 10 most influential recognized during PBN’s Book...

PROVIDENCE – Ten individuals who stood out during one of the most difficult years in Rhode Island history were recognized by Providence Business News...
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO is introduced as President Joe Biden's commerce secretary nominee in a screenshot of the event earlier this month.

Has Raimondo’s blueprint worked for R.I.?

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo says the economic-development initiatives her administration has enacted in Rhode Island will serve as a blueprint for the...

McKee: ‘It [will] be my budget’

PROVIDENCE – It’s been a whirlwind for Lt. Gov. Daniel J. McKee since Gov. Gina M. Raimondo was named on Jan. 7 as President...

McKee: Future of R.I. Commerce chief uncertain

PROVIDENCE – Lt. Gov. Daniel J. McKee, the incoming governor, indicated on Tuesday that while he supports R.I. Commerce Corp.'s pre-pandemic efforts to attract...

CareLink uses grant to supply devices, tech support for seniors

PROVIDENCE – A grant from the Rhode Island Foundation and R.I. Commerce Corp. is helping CareLink, a nonprofit health care network that serves older...
SIGN OF THE TIMES: Asher Schofield, co-owner of Frog & Toad LCC in Providence, has kept the retailer’s two locations closed to foot traffic during the pandemic, but Frog & Toad has been able to offset that loss of business with online sales and curbside pickup.  / PBN PHOTO/PAMELA BHATIA

Some independent retailers pay heavier price than others in COVID-19 era

Two hundred feet – about a 60-second walk – separates LuLi Boutique LLC from Frog & Toad LLC in Providence. But the pandemic experiences...

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