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Residents of the Four Seasons Mobile Home Cooperative in Tiverton long have gotten water from a well at the site connected to old plastic...

Financing projects for common good

When Gov. Gina M. Raimondo talks about investing $500 million over a number of years in the state’s crumbling school infrastructure, she is rightly...
THE RHODE ISLAND Infrastructure Bank has selected five communities to participate in the first round of the Municipal Resiliency Program.

R.I. Infrastructure Bank announces first 5 participants in Municipal Resilience Program

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank announced Monday the five municipalities that will participate in the initial round of its Municipal Resilience Program.Barrington,...

R.I. Infrastructure Bank finances new round of wastewater projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is providing $47.3 million in financing for wastewater, sewer and stormwater projects for the Narragansett Bay Commission and...
NETFLIX AND CHAT: Mitch Lowe, co-founding executive of NetFlix, will be a keynote speaker at Bryant University’s eighth annual Northeast Entrepreneurship Conference on March 2.
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Editor’s Choice: Bryant University to host entrepreneurship conference

EDITOR’S CHOICE Bryant University to host entrepreneurship conference BRYANT UNIVERSITY will host its eighth annual Northeast Entrepreneurship Conference, which will feature an array of...
THE RHODE ISLAND INFRASTRUCTURE BANK and The Nature Conservancy have launched a new municipal climate resilience program that will provide technical assistance related to climate resiliency plans and projects, as well as the ability to apply for implementation funds.

Applications being accepted for new municipal climate resilience program

PROVIDENCE - A new municipal climate resilience program has been launched by the Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank and The Nature Conservancy, the organizations announced...
THE RHODE ISLAND Infrastructure Bank has announced $2.85 million in principal forgiveness financing for major water system improvements in the Burrillville villages of Harrisville and Oakland, following the discovery of water contamination.

RIIB provides forgiveness financing in Burrillville following discovery of water contamination

BURRILLVILLE - The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank announced Friday it will provide $2.85 million in principal forgiveness financing for major water system improvements in the...

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank finances drinking-water improvements

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank is providing $350,000 in financing for drinking-water system improvements at the Four Seasons Mobile Home Cooperative Association in...

Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank joins Green Bank Network

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank has joined the Green Bank Network, a global group of financial institutions dedicated to “mobilizing private investment in...
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Emily Fields, a biological sciences student at the University of Rhode Island, conducts sampling of macroalgae along Narragansett Bay. Through higher sewer rates, many homes and businesses in northern Rhode Island have been paying for a nearly $1.4 billion tunnel project by the Narragansett Bay Commission to prevent dirty wastewater from overflowing into the bay./PBN FILE PHOTO

Price of cleaner bay? Rising sewer bills

If they already haven’t realized it, households and businesses in Greater Providence are paying much of the cost of keeping Narragansett Bay clean.To comply...
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