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Zero people support Lincoln D. Chafee for president, according to a new poll released by Monmouth University this week. more
The new, 24,000-square-foot Tiverton Public Library recently opened, replacing the former Essex Library, which had served the community for more than 70 years. more
The R.I. Commerce Corporation will hire an executive search firm to help identify and hire about a dozen junior- to senior-staff members who will help the agency administer the economic-development programs created under the current state budget. more
Rhode Island has a “somewhat hospitable” climate for charter schools to offer pre-kindergarten, according to a report from the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and National Alliance for Public Charter Schools. more
A tax incentive program designed to encourage economic development in the city’s low- to moderate-income neighborhoods will apply to 19 of 25 neighborhoods. more
Regrettably, you’re going to die. As far as that goes, you don’t have much choice. But your death may involve a lot of other decisions, and perhaps you’d like to be the one to make them. more
The toughest conditions ever attached to a Greek loan agreement could sail easily through Greece’s turbulent parliament when a vote is held Wednesday, even as widespread defections from Alexis Tsipras’s governing coalition threaten his government. more
The city’s Department of Art, Culture + Tourism, in partnership with Rhode Island LISC, received a $300,000 grant from ArtPlace America through its 2015 national grants program, Mayor Jorge O. Elorza said this week. more
The College & University Research Collaborative is receiving new funding, broadening the scope of future research and releasing six new studies Tuesday. more
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on Monday named a new economic-development director, filling a key position that’s been vacant since January. more
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