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Businesses frustrated by potential PPP taxation

PROVIDENCE - Members of the Rhode Island business community are up in arms over a state budget proposal in the House from Gov. Daniel...

Editor’s Choice: Whitehouse to discuss American Rescue Plan

EDITOR’S CHOICE Whitehouse to discuss American Rescue Plan SEN. SHELDON WHITEHOUSE, D-R.I., will discuss the American Rescue Plan and how it will affect small businesses...
CREATIVE THINKING: Lisa Mattiello, CEO of catering and events-planning business Pranzi Inc. in Providence, has had to think outside the box to develop alternative sources of revenue amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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She’s cooking up ways to overcome adversity

Lisa Mattiello has always loved food, beverages and occasions for people to gather. Growing up in Warwick in a family with five children – she...

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...
SAFETY FIRST: A waiter serves diners during an “Al Fresco on the Hill” event on Atwells Avenue in Providence. Restaurateurs say stressed staffers are playing the role of enforcers of mask guidelines while keeping an eye out for state inspectors.  / COURTESY FEDERAL HILL COMMERCE ASSOCIATION

R.I. restaurants will no longer operate under curfew, but relaxation doesn’t...

PROVIDENCE – Restaurants that have been required to close early for more than two months because of the ongoing pandemic will be freed of...

‘Herculean effort’ needed for local hospitality industry to recover

PROVIDENCE – Farouk Rajab on Thursday said there is “no clear path forward” for economic recovery of his downtown hotel that has been crippled...

DoorDash makes $250K in grants available to R.I. restaurants

PROVIDENCE – DoorDash announced $250,000 in COVID-19 relief grants for Rhode Island restaurants Wednesday. As part of the company’s $200 million, five-year Main Street Strong...
NEW TASKS: Alexandria Kitsilis Cardoso, left, and Christine Kitsilis, co-owners of Angelo’s Palace Pizza in Cumberland, prepare food in the kitchen. Restaurant employees were cross-trained to become delivery drivers or cooks to keep them working when dining room sales dropped due to the COVID-19 pandemic. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. job market could take years to recover

Economists foresee a long, slow rebuilding period following the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the replacement of lost jobs in Rhode Island taking...
THE FIRST SHIPMENT of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine is unpacked at Rhode Island Hospital on Dec. 22. / COURTESY LIFESPAN CORP./BILL MURPHY

R.I. groups make arguments for vaccine priority

The highly anticipated rollout of the first vaccines for COVID-19 has begun in Rhode Island, but the order of those inoculations is under scrutiny. The...

A few simple ‘asks’ for small businesses

As the owner of a Providence restaurant, The District, I can say that this has been a year unlike any other. As we continue...

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