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Report: R.I. has 30th fastest-growing economy in nation

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island was ranked as the 30th fastest-growing economy in the nation between 2020 and 2021, according to a report released Tuesday...

Census miscount likely allowed R.I. to keep second congressional seat

PROVIDENCE – A miscount in the 2020 U.S. Census Bureau report seemingly allowed Rhode Island to keep its second congressional seat, corrected data from...

U.S. News: Providence metro area 105th best place to live in...

PROVIDENCE – The capital city ranks No. 105 on U.S. News and World Report’s 2022-2023 list of best places to live released Tuesday.  The report...

Census: Deaths outnumbered births in all 5 R.I. counties from 2020-2021

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island was among four states that experienced a natural decrease in population in 100% of its counties during the height of...

Report: Providence metro has 4th lowest share of minority-owned businesses in...

PROVIDENCE – Greater Providence has the fourth-lowest share of minority-owned businesses relative to its minority population among major metropolitan areas nationwide, according to new...

Redistricting approved by the General Assembly with incumbent protections

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island General Assembly approved the newly-drawn redistricting maps on Tuesday for the House, Senate, and congressional district borders with the...

Providence ranked 8th-worst startup city in U.S.

PROVIDENCE – Providence was ranked the eighth-worst startup city in the U.S., according to recent data compiled by Clever Real Estate. Data showed Providence has...
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU data indicates that the share of adults living with their parents has risen 80% over the past two decades, according to a report by the website Namechk.com. / COURTESY NAMECHK.COM

Providence metro area ranked 9th highest for rate of adults living...

PROVIDENCE – A new report says 8.8% of adults in the Providence-Warwick metro area were living with their parents in 2019, the ninth-highest percentage...
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS in Rhode Island spend the third least on health care of of any U.S. state on a per capita basis, according to a newly released study by Self Financial Inc., a financial technology company. / COURTESY SELF FINANCIAL INC.

Report: Rhode Island ranks 47th for local, state health care spending

Rhode Island’s state and local governments spend the third least on health care of any U.S. state on a per capita basis, according to...

Report: R.I. has 5th-highest natural gas prices in the country

PROVIDENCE – Even before the recent wave of inflation drove up energy prices, Rhode Islanders were already paying more to heat their homes with...

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