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The concrete supports that hold up the driving surface of the Route 6/Route 10 interchange over Westminster Street in Providence have their own support system, a series of braces that were installed 15 years ago. Now those braces have … more
When the Mount Hope Bridge opened in 1929, the engineering standard was single-lane travel with no divider. For that reason alone, the span over Mount Hope Bay has been considered functionally obsolete for decades. But it isn't structurally … more
A natural gas-powered electrical plant proposed in Burrillville could introduce more than 900 megawatts to the New England grid, and is the largest generation project in a decade in Rhode Island. But even if approved, it won't eradicate … more
The state is seeking redevelopment proposals for the former Shooters nightclub property, hoping to create a food-inspired destination on the Providence waterfront. more
(Updated 11:54 a.m.) The I-195 Redevelopment District Commission has a new executive director. Peter McNally, a real estate investment manager, was selected Monday as the commission’s new administrative leader, succeeding Jan Brodie, who unexpectedly announced her resignation last month. more
The Pleasant Valley Parkway Bridge will be replaced, with substantial work tentatively scheduled to begin in the spring, the R.I. Department of Transportation announced Monday. more
Providence has yet to see a building boom, but it is attracting several developers of hotel properties. The city has about 2,500 hotel rooms, most of them downtown, divided among full-service hotels, boutique hotels and small … more
Roger Williams Medical Center plans to significantly expand its emergency department and renovate several interior spaces, to provide more space and privacy for patients, and to improve access. more
Rhode Island will partner with the Brookings Institution, one of the nation’s most prominent public policy organizations, to identify economic development initiatives and industries that have the most potential to strengthen the economy. more
For decades, college students who wanted to live off campus would find roommates and rent a house or an apartment, and divide the rent and utilities. That worked well enough if everyone stayed together for the duration of the lease. But if … more
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