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R.I. government encourages employees to enter WorkShare program as a budget...

PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island government is encouraging 4,500 eligible employees to participate in a state WorkShare arrangement that would allow it to tap...

Rhode Island commits to $156M in COVID-19 response in first eight...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island has placed about $147 million in orders for equipment, supplies and professional services associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, and has...

R.I. leases warehouse for medical supplies, equipment

CRANSTON – The state of Rhode Island has approved a lease for 73,770 square feet of warehouse space at a vacant but well-maintained warehouse...

State leases 2 commercial facilities for alternate medical sites, third lease...

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Short-term leases have been authorized for two facilities in Rhode Island that are expected to be converted into field hospitals related...
MARKETING TIPS: Amanda Brinkman, a marketing professional at the Deluxe Corp., will provide a live online webinar on April 28 regarding how to market a business during the coronavirus crisis. / COURTESY AMANDA BRINKMAN

Editor’s Choice: Marketing advice to combat an economic downturn

Editor’s Choice Marketing advice to combat an economic downturn AMANDA BRINKMAN, chief brand and communications officer for Deluxe Corp., will host a free, one-hour live...
FACE TIME: Gov. Gina M. Raimondo at one of the daily briefings she has given during the crisis. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Raimondo’s leadership, transparency earn praise

State governors are ­typically not front and center during a national crisis. But the COVID-19 pandemic spreading across the U.S. has pushed governors to...

Rhode Island CPAs advocate for tax filing extension

PROVIDENCE – As concerns over the new coronavirus grow, filing taxes is the last thing on most people’s minds. Except for tax preparers, that is,...
ART EXHIBIT: Attendees converse during the opening reception for the “Anything Goes” exhibit at the Wickford Art Association in North Kingstown in January. On Feb. 7, the association will hold an opening reception for its next juried exhibit, which will run until March 1. / COURTESY OF WICKFORD ART ASSOCIATION/MIKE MASI

Editor’s Choice: Wickford Art Association to hold opening reception for new...

Editor’s Choice Wickford Art Association to hold opening reception for new exhibit Wickford Art Association will hold an opening reception and present awards for a...

Hospitals balk at proposals in Raimondo’s budget plan

Hospitals in Rhode Island stand to lose more than $17 million in state money and millions more in matching federal funds if a proposed...
CAROL GRANT, commissioner of the R.I. Office of Energy Resources, is retiring effective Jan. 10. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. Energy Commissioner Grant to retire

PROVIDENCE – State Energy Commissioner Carol Grant is retiring from her role effective Jan. 10, the R.I. Department of Administration announced Friday. Grant was confirmed...

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