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RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN ranked No. 135 on the Wall Street Journal's 2022 Best Colleges ranking. The school's ranking improved from No. 140 a year ago. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN

4 R.I. colleges place in top 250 in Wall St. Journal rankings

PROVIDENCE –  Four Rhode Island colleges and universities ranked in the top 250 of the Wall Street Journal’s 2022 college rankings, released this week. Brown...
A DOWNTOWN PROVIDENCE NIGHTCLUB called "Karma" at 106 Richmond St. in Providence that was shut down following a double shooting in January 2014 was sold as part of a $1.6 million deal on Sept. 16, 2021, by Johnson & Wales University to companies owned by an alumni, who is planning a $3 million renovation turning the property into a 19-unit mixed-use apartment building. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE ARCHITECTURE

JWU sells former Karma property to alumnus; $3M mixed-use apartment project planned

PROVIDENCE – A former downtown nightclub that was shut down following a double shooting in January 2014 and a neighboring parking lot were sold...

McKee wants the state to use 10% of its ARPA funds on short-term relief...

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee said he wants the state to use 10% of the $1.1 billion allocated from the American Rescue Plan...

Matt Brown announces candidacy for governor in 2022

PROVIDENCE – Progressive Democrat Matt Brown announced his candidacy in the 2022 gubernatorial election in a new campaign video released Wednesday. In it, Brown says...
I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION CHAIRMAN Robert Davis, left, Executive Director Caroline Skuncik, center, and other commission members listened Monday to three presentations from real estate development groups seeking to build six-story, mixed-use apartment buildings on Parcel 2 in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARC LAROCQUE

I-195 district delays Parcel 2 input after multimillion-dollar plans presented

PROVIDENCE – Under a large tent as the sun was setting on Innovation District Park, three Boston-based real estate development teams did their best...

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