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T.F. GREEN AIRPORT has been allocated $5.5 million in federal funds to reimburse it for security upgrades following 9/11. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO

T.F. Green gets $5.5M reimbursement for security upgrades

WARWICK – T.F. Green Airport will get $5.5 million in federal funds for reimbursement for post-9/11 security upgrades. The funds are part of $40 million...

URI announces speakers for 20th forensic science seminar series

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island recently announced the lineup for the Spring 2019 Forensic Science Partnership seminar series, including headliner Dr....
THE PARTIAL FEDERAL government shutdown is in its 26th day on Thursday. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/JULIA SCHMALZ

Partial federal government shutdown having local impact

PROVIDENCE – As the partial federal government shutdown drags on, local effects on those reliant on federal programs and those furloughed as federal employees...
THE IMPACT OF the partial government shutdown is expected to expand exponentially the longer the shutdown extends as federal agencies, without intervention, will run out of cash on hand or lose unpaid employees to staff integral positions. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/ELIJAH NOUVELAGE

The shutdown’s bad. Buckle up because it could get much worse

NEW YORK - Airport security screeners could quit en masse, grounding flights. The federal courts could stop hearing civil cases. City buses could stop running. And...
THE R.I. AIRPORT CORP. will receive $7 million in federal funding to reimburse it for part of the money it spent on mandatory security upgrades following 9/11. PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO

Reed: RIAC to receive $7M for airport security upgrade reimbursement

WARWICK – The R.I. Airport Corp. will receive $7 million in federal funding to reimburse it for security upgrades made in the wake of...
U.S. AIRLINE PASSENGERS will now have to remove electronic devices out of carry-on bags for inspection. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/ANDREW HARRER

Tablets X-rayed separately in new U.S. airport screening

NEW YORK - United States airline passengers will have to take tablet computers and other large electronic devices out of carry-on bags for inspection...

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