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Preservation conference to focus on sports, recreation

EAST PROVIDENCE – Registration closes on March 22 for the 34th Annual Rhode Island Statewide Historic Preservation Conference, which will be held at sites...
ACUSHNET HOLDINGS, parent company of the Titleist and FootJoy brands, reported a profit of $103.1 million in 2018. / COURTESY TITLEIST GOLF

Acushnet nets $103.1M in 2018, grows revenue

FAIRHAVEN – Acushnet Holdings Corp., parent company of the Titleist and FootJoy golf product brands, reported a profit of $103.1 million in 2018, a...
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO has announced an initiative to preserve Rhode Island's state parks and beaches through an increase in investment and an effort to modernize the state properties to accommodate and cater to visitor's expectations and needs. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Raimondo seeks to modernize, increase investment in state parks, beaches

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced an initiative to modernize and increase investment into the state’s parks and beaches Monday.The governor cited a...
THE CARNEGIE ABBEY Club has sold for $8.8 million. The sale is scheduled to close Friday. / COURTESY OF THE CARNEGIE ABBEY CLUB

Carnegie Abbey Club sells for $8.8M

NEWPORT – The Carnegie Abbey Club has sold for $8.8 million, the club confirmed Thursday.The club was purchased by a group of members, the...
GREEN SPACE: 229 acres of land in northeast Cumberland has been purchased for $1.5 million, primarily for conservation. / COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

229 acres in Cumberland set aside for water protection, recreation

CUMBERLAND -  Sisters of Mercy in Cumberland, part of an international religious institute of Catholic women, has sold most of its local property in...

Relax!

What are some ways you unwind outside of work? Exercise/active recreation 100% Reading 81.8% Spending time with friends and family 63.6% TV/internet browsing 54.5%Do you think technology has...
NEW LOCATION: Jeff Shapiro, owner of The Kayak Centre of Rhode Island, recently relocated to 70 Brown St., in North Kingstown. From left, Mollie Goodwin, manager; Jeff Shapiro, owner; Sam Loomis of East Greenwich; and Abbey Torres of Cranston. Loomis was trying on flotation vests. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Retired dentist has fun with paddle-sport shop

Jeff Shapiro, owner of The Kayak Centre of Rhode Island, said he’s always been “a water person.”Growing up in Philadelphia, Shapiro said his parents...
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