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URI expands community coastal data collection technology 

NARRAGANSETT – The University of Rhode Island is calling for Ocean State residents to act as “community scientists” as it rolls out new CoastSnap data collection technology in three...
POTENTIAL PAVILION: Roger Williams Park Zoo Executive Director Stacey Johnson shows the area where a new, $12 million educational facility and events pavilion will be built if Rhode Island voters approve a $50 million “green economy” bond measure.
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MONEY MATTERS: $400M in bond issues on R.I. ballot as borrowing...

Matt Dunn and Rainer Lohmann are among the top researchers at the University of Rhode Island’s Graduate School of Oceanography, but it’s tough to...
ON COURSE: Daniel Costa, Port of Galilee manager for the R.I. Department of Environmental Management, examines the improvements being made along the commercial waterfront at the port. 
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Galilee port overhaul drawing new business

Jon Williams knew the moment he visited the Port of Galilee that this was a “logistically perfect” location for his crab business. The owner of...

Pawtucket green-lights $280K purchase of park land by JK Equities, clearing...

PAWTUCKET – The city recently announced its decision to sell park land at 94 Moshassuck St. to JK Equities LLC for $280,000, while still...

RIPTA’s not the only public agency feeling effects of labor shortage

Like many companies in the private sector, some state agencies and municipalities are struggling to fill positions amid a severe labor shortage. The R.I. Public...

Officials, environmental leaders kick off $50M green economy bond campaign

PROVIDENCE – In addition to deciding the state's future leadership in November, Rhode Island voters will be tasked with determining whether the Ocean State's...

R.I. reports first human case of West Nile virus in 2022

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island health officials have confirmed the state’s first human case of West Nile virus in 2022. The person who tested positive for...

R.I. gets $23M in federal funding to expand electric vehicle charging...

PROVIDENCE – The state is putting the pedal to the medal on electric vehicles after receiving the federal green light – and nearly a...

Cybersecurity must be part of company culture

Locking your front door on your way out is a mindless act, performed daily to protect your home and prevent break-ins. Yet there are...
R.I. ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter F. Neronha announced Thursday that the state reached a $1.8 million settlement with three gasoline refiners over alleged soil and groundwater contamination. / COURTESY PETER F. NERONHA

State reaches $1.8M settlement with 3 gas refiners over soil, water...

PROVIDENCE – The state has resolved its lawsuit against three large gasoline refiners alleging they caused local soil and groundwater to be polluted, in...
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