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Though Douglas Lumber was founded nearly 40 years ago, the Smithfield-based company still prides itself on being a family-owned and operated Rhode Island business. more
David A. Sluter says he developed a work ethic as a youth when he milked cows, shoveled manure, raked hay and completed other tasks on dairy farms in small towns in western Massachusetts. more
Even a $13 million federal grant hasn’t convinced candidates for governor or mayor of Providence to embrace a proposed city streetcar system. more
From its humble beginnings as a portable sawmill operation back in 1911, South Kingstown-based and family-owned Arnold Lumber Co. has grown into a $60 million operation boasting nearly 200 employees, four lumberyards, a masonry division, a kitchen center, a door shop, construction-lending division and a specialty commercial window division – Seaside Casual Furniture, which manufactures and distributes premium outdoor furniture throughout the United States and beyond. more
Inventors, innovators and problem solvers from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center division participated in a “Hacking for Undersea Technical Excellence” event recently to inaugurate a new rapid innovation center. more
Gasoline prices increased in Rhode Island and Massachusetts for the third week in a row. more
Builders are more upbeat about the U.S. real-estate market than at any time in the last decade as better job prospects fuel home sales. more
Freight brokers Fred Deschamps and Eric Broomfield say they chose the word "beacon" as part of their company name three years ago to "shine a light" on an otherwise "shady" industry. "Our goal is to be a beacon in a sea of darkness," said … more
The Coats & Clark mill lost its last commercial tenant almost nine years ago, leaving a vast campus of industrial buildings built from the 1860s to the 1970s. The complex of 20 buildings, located on the Pawtucket-Central Falls line, once … more
Confidence among U.S. homebuilders decreased in February to the lowest level in four months as winter weather prevented some prospective buyers from touring new developments. more
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