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Princeton University must face a lawsuit challenging its New Jersey property-tax exemption, a state appeals court ruled in clearing the way for a trial that could affect the tax status of all nonprofit colleges. more
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island can recapture some of its former glory by focusing on seven broad growth areas, according to a report released last week. They are biomedical innovation; information technology/software and data analytics; … more
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has selected the University of Rhode Island to conduct research designed to make coastline communities more resilient to severe coastal hazards. more
In a rare bit of good news for students facing hefty college bills, interest rates on federal student loans are expected to head lower soon. more
Lindsay Graham, chief administrative and financial officer for the Division of Biology and Medicine at Brown University, has been named vice president of academic finance and administration in the university's Provost office. more
Brendan Hassett has been appointed director of Brown University's Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics. Hasset will join the university in July 2016 from Rice University. more
Anne Ryan has been named director of the Academic Skills Center at New England Institute of Technology. She has been affiliated with the school for more than two decades, serving in various capacities. She holds a B.S. in education from the State … more
Teaching sailing is a natural tourist draw in the Ocean State, and the environment of Narragansett Bay is the chief reason four sailing schools here are thriving, owners say. The owners of Narragansett Sailing LLC in Barrington, the Blue … more
Providence College will break ground Oct. 2 on its new Arthur & Patricia Ryan Center for Business Studies, enabling the housing of the discipline for the first time under one roof. more
Construction has begun on a new, three-level building at the existing Village at South County Commons, next to the Hampton Inn. The new building will cover 22,000 square feet. The first tenant, Narragansett Bay Pediatrics, has already signed a lease … more
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