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CRMC vacancies cause problem

A panel of state coastal regulators whose contentious rulings have already drawn objections is facing new criticism, with vacancies leading to a string of...

CRMC controversy grows with new questions about member’s eligibility

PROVIDENCE – A panel of state coastal regulators already under the magnifying glass for controversial decisions is facing a new scrutiny about one member's...

Blue Cross, Point32Health lend a hand during volunteer efforts

PROVIDENCE – Volunteers from Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island and from Point32Health, the Massachusetts-based nonprofit that owns Pilgrim Health Care in...
WELL-CONNECTED: Kelley McShane, partner-owner of The Granny Squibb Co. LLC, enjoys the small-state connectivity of doing business in Rhode Island, which makes key players and leaders accessible. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Running an ice tea company is pretty sweet for Granny Squibb’s...

PBN 2021 Business Women Awards Achievement Honoree: Kelly McShane, The Granny Squibb Co. LLC KELLEY MCSHANE EXPERIENCED the small-state connectivity of doing business in Rhode...

Save The Bay announces series of virtual challenges to replace annual...

PROVIDENCE – Save The Bay Inc.’s annual open-water swim will be held as a series of virtual challenges this year, The Associated Press reported...

Who’s On the Board?

Mission: To protect and improve Narragansett Bay. Year founded: 1970 Executive director: Jonathan Stone 2019 revenue: $3,778,816 Board members Cheryl Nathanson, board president Retired, Bristol Gilbert Conover Jr., board vice president Retired,...
NEW PROSPECTS: JobsInRI will host a job fair at the Radisson Hotel in Warwick on May 5 from 3-6 p.m. / COURTESY JOBSINTHEUS

Editor’s Choice: JobsInRI to host job fair at Radisson

EDITOR’S CHOICE JobsInRI to host job fair at Radisson JOBSINRI IS HOSTING a job fair to provide an opportunity for job seekers, recruiters and businesses...
FIELDS POINT on Providence’s waterfront is where National Grid Rhode Island has started construction on a natural gas “liquefaction” facility to better meet the region’s needs for electricity and heating, especially on the coldest days of the year, the company says./COURTESY/NATIONAL GRID PLC

National Grid all in on natural gas

For all the talk about renewable energy in Rhode Island, the state’s largest utility is doubling down on natural gas. Without announcements or fanfare, National...

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