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Settlement greenlights National Grid sale to PPL

PROVIDENCE – The final obstacle in the sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business has been cleared, with the R.I. Office of the Attorney...

R.I. Superior Court grants pause, halting National Grid sale to PPL

 PROVIDENCE – A state judge has put the sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business on ice pending further review later this month. R.I. Superior...

Disputed R.I. utility sale returns to state court after reaching settlement...

PROVIDENCE – The disputed sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business is back before the R.I Superior Court after reaching a deal in Massachusetts. Massachusetts...
ATTORNEY GENERAL PETER F. NERONHA filed a lawsuit Wednesday against two out-of-state companies and a Florida businessman who Neronha says tried to deceive newly formed companies in Rhode Island into paying a high fee for certificates of good standing. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

R.I. attorney general’s lawsuit accuses businessman, 2 companies of scamming small...

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha is suing two businesses and a Florida businessman to stop them from conducting what Neronha says is...
STILL HAPPENING? The pandemic has helped stall plans for a 46-story tower along the Providence River, but the Fane Organization insists it will move ahead with the project, depicted above in a rendering. / COURTESY FANE ORGANIZATION

Despite hurdles, Fane tower developer presses ahead

The $300 million plans for a flashy, 46-floor luxury tower on former Interstate 195 land in Providence are moving ahead even as a legal...
R.I. SUPERIOR COURT Judge Jeffrey Lanphear ruled Thursday that the memorandum of understanding between the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council and Champlin’s Hotel, Marina & Resort regarding a proposed dockage expansion into Great Salt Pond in New Shoreham is valid. / COURTESY ERIK ELWELL

R.I. Superior Court: MOU between Champlin’s Marina, R.I. CRMC on dock...

PROVIDENCE – R.I. Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Lanphear ruled Thursday that the memorandum of understanding between the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council and Champlin’s...

Despite ruling, Block Island group still concerned about CRMC marina approval

NEW SHOREHAM – Despite a state Supreme Court ruling, the Committee for the Great Salt Pond is still concerned that the assent granted by...

Former Mattiello aide Britt acquitted of money-laundering charges, violating campaign-finance laws

PROVIDENCE – Jeffrey Britt, the former aide to House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello, was acquitted Dec. 16 by R.I. Superior Court Judge Daniel Procaccini...
FORMER HOUSE SPEAKER Nicholas A. Mattiello's aide Jeffrey Britt was found not guilty Wednesday of money-laundering charges and violating campaign-finance violations. / AP FILE PHOTO / CHARLES KRUPA

Former Mattiello aide Britt acquitted of money-laundering charges, violating campaign-finance laws

PROVIDENCE – Jeffrey Britt, the former aide to House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello, was acquitted Wednesday by R.I. Superior Court Judge Daniel Procaccini of...
A R.I. SUPERIOR COURT judge has rejected a lawsuit seeking to challenge the rezoning of the I-195 Redevelopment District's Parcel 42 for the proposed Hope Point Tower project. / COURTESY THE FANE ORGANIZATION

Judge denies lawsuit challenging rezoning for Fane tower

PROVIDENCE – A lawsuit challenging the rezoning for the proposed Hope Point Tower in the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District has been denied by a...

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