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AAA Northeast said 42 percent of Americans plan to take a vacation this year, with most planning visits to warm weather destinations in the United States and abroad. more
The slow death of the American shopping mall is not evenly distributed. more
In its first move in three months, Rhode Island’s Current Conditions Index fell to 67 in November from its 2016 high of 75 in October, according to University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro. more
Bank of America Corp. posted fourth-quarter revenue that missed analysts’ estimates as a 12 percent increase in bond trading fell short of predictions. more
Three college scholarships and one vocational scholarship, totaling $4,500, for students in local high schools will be funded by the Westerly Community Credit Union for the 2016-17 school year. more
A 365-page report detailing the 1778 Siege of Newport, a battle fought from opposing hills in Middletown that became one of the largest military operations of the American Revolution, is the result of a collaboration between students at Salve Regina University and the Middletown Historical Society. more
PROVIDENCE – Bryant University gives students the most earning potential after attending in the state, according to the U.S Department of Education's latest College Scorecard. The scorecard looks at median earnings of former students who … more
PROVIDENCE – Further improving Rhode Island's business climate, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced Jan. 6 employers will see a significant reduction in their unemployment tax rate for the first time in 25 years. R.I. employers will save … more
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. State Council on the Arts on Jan. 5 named Mollie Flanagan as its new Individual Artist program director. Flanagan, a resident of Phoenix, Ariz., will manage RISCA's programs and services for individual artists, … more
DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and Rhode Island Public Radio have established a collaboration that will transfer the university's 9,800-watt Federal Communications Commission license to operate WUMD 89.3 FM to RIPR, the … more
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