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What has been seen as a relatively friendly competition for bragging rights has turned into a fight for jobs. more
Roofs continue to collapse under record snow across the Boston area, most over warehouses and barns, as the latest weekend storm brings three to five inches of snow, topped off by up to a half-inch of rain in some areas. more
The “Vote Yes on 4” campaign in support of a $125 million bond issue to build new engineering facilities at the University of Rhode Island gets underway Sept. 29 at Toray Plastics (America) at Quonset Point in North Kingstown. From left, House Speaker Nicholas A. Mattiello; Cheryl Merchant, president and CEO of Hope Global; Raymond M. Wright, dean of URI’s College of Engineering and David M. Dooley, URI president, discuss the initiative. more
PROVIDENCE – Sen. Roger A. Picard, D-Woonsocket, has introduced legislation aimed at helping Rhode Islanders at “economically vulnerable stages of life” by providing state income tax breaks. more
BOSTON – Attorney General Maura Healey testified last month before the Mass. Gaming Commission about her commitment to ensuring the state’s planned casinos uphold their commitments to host and surrounding communities. more
BOSTON – Gov. Charlie D. Baker last month signed an executive order creating the Community Compact Cabinet, aimed at elevating his administration’s partnerships with cities and towns in all of the state’s communities. more
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Labor and Training will receive a $161,417 federal grant to fund a study on best practices for a paid-caregiver-leave program. more
CRANSTON – Rhode Island’s congressional delegation last month announced a $200,000 federal grant for the Rhode Island Parent Information Network. more
PROVIDENCE – Mayor Angel Taveras last week announced a partnership with Goodwill Industries of Rhode Island to divert textiles and clothing from the city’s trash and recycling streams. more
BOSTON – John Hancock Life Insurance Co., along with a subsidiary broker-dealer, last week agreed to refund senior citizens in Massachusetts more than $550,000 to settle allegations that it failed to supervise one if its representatives, Attorney General Martha Coakley announced last week. more
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