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RIPPLE EFFECT: R.I. Airport Corp. CEO and President Iftikhar Ahmad thinks new nonstop flights in and out of Rhode Island International T.F. Green Airport to southern and West Coast destinations will help boost both leisure and business travel to Rhode Island, which will have a rippling effect for the rest of the state. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

New nonstop flights have R.I. tourism leaders salivating

Iftikhar Ahmad sees dollar signs in the winding security lines and crowds clumped around conveyor belts of suitcases at Rhode Island T.F. Green International...

Hopeful signs for tourism

As we leave another COVID winter behind, some hopeful signs for tourism are emerging along with the crocuses. R.I. Commerce Corp. recently approved spending $3.4...

Vermont-based firm to study tourism impacts on Block Island

NEW SHOREHAM – The Block Island Tourism Council has contracted a firm to study societal and environmental impacts of tourism on Block Island. The study,...

Airbnb remits record $6M in 2021 tax revenue to R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Airbnb, an online rental hosting platform, announced on Friday that it remitted a record $6 million in 2021 tax revenue to the...

Collette pledging $200K to support Ukrainian humanitarian efforts

PAWTUCKET – Being in the travel industry, Collette Travel Services Inc. has had a close eye on the unfolding crisis going on in Ukraine...

McKee, R.I. Commerce Corp. providing grants to hard-hit hospitality, tourism and...

PROVIDENCE – On the anniversary of his year in office, Gov. Daniel J. McKee and the R.I. Commerce Corp. announced Wednesday an $8 million...

ARPA spending

If eligible, does your company plan to apply for American Rescue Plan Act financial assistance? No: 67% Yes: 33% Unsure: 0% What sector do you feel is in...

McKee eyes infrastructure upgrades at Port of Galilee

NARRAGANSETT – Rodman Sykes says the docks that his fishing vessels tie up to at the Port of Galilee have taken a beating over...
THE CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE is joining forces with the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council to embark on a $500,000 tourism campaign aimed at showcasing the city’s attractions. Pictured is the recently renovated pier on the city's waterfront. / COURTESY CITY OF EAST PROVIDENCE

East Providence joins Blackstone Valley Tourism Council to launch tourism campaign

EAST PROVIDENCE – The city of East Providence has joined forces with the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council to embark on a $500,000 tourism campaign...

Conn. launches $1M winter tourism campaign

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – Connecticut's Office of Tourism on Monday announced that the state is launching a $1 million winter tourism marketing campaign designed...

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