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As the ocean has evolved from a commercial transportation asset into a leisure-time facilitator, Rhode Island has kept up with the transition. Thus, while fishing and trade still have a significant presence in Narragansett Bay and along the Ocean … more
StyleWeek Northeast will say goodbye after its signature swimwear event on June 12 at the Rooftop at the Providence G. more
(Updated 2:12 p.m.) A request for proposals is being sought for a study of McCoy Stadium and the surrounding area by the Pawtucket Red Sox and city and state officials. more
Free rail service will be provided to this weekend’s Rhode Island National Guard Open House Air Show at Quonset State Airport, allowing individuals to board either at the Providence or Warwick MBTA stops. more
Thirty-nine years ago, on May 25, 1977, a movie was released with a somewhat ridiculous name: “Star Wars.” (It’s now called “Episode IV: A New Hope.”) Almost no one thought that it would do well, and nobody could have predicted it would become the defining saga of our era. How did it manage to do that? more
A newly formed nonprofit corporation, Building Bridges Providence, will host a celebration on Saturday at the site of the city’s next downtown park. more
(Updated 12:26 p.m.) CVS/pharmacy President Helena B. Foulkes made a “surprise” appearance on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live Friday to say that those long receipts the chain is known for will soon be a thing of the past for customers who want to go digital. more
International Game Technology PLC’s first-quarter revenue jumped 51 percent to $1.3 billion, but its loss widened 143 percent to $86.4 million, or 46 cents per diluted share. more
After a decade-long fundraising effort and countless volunteer hours, the U.S. Navy Seabees announced the new Museum and Memorial Park on Iafrate Way in Davisville will open to the public at a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. more
For the first nine months of the fiscal year, cash collections increased nearly 3 percent, or $67.2 million, compared with the prior fiscal period, according to the state Department of Revenue. more
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