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PROVIDENCE – A partnership that includes GTECH Corp. is slated to be awarded a 15-year lottery-marketing contract by New Jersey, Bloomberg News reported. more
After serving 17 years in the military, Matthew Paquette left his work as an electrician’s mate in the Navy, where he was assigned to the USS Shasta Battle Group Echo, stationed off the coast of Kuwait. more
With his city’s fiscal position stabilized, Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has turned toward growing the local economy and redeveloping underutilized properties. That’s brought him up against some of the most difficult and expensive challenges in Rhode Island. They include saving its tallest building, the Industrial Trust Tower, and its most spectacular historic-redevelopment failure, the South Street Power Station (Dynamo House). They also include bringing long-sought streetcar service to the capital city and replacing abundant surface parking lots with productive, activity-generating buildings. more
In the aftermath of the deadly bombing at the Boston Marathon, security is being defined, redefined and arranged, as spring takes hold in Rhode Island and civic leaders prepare for crowds expected at marathons, 5K walks, food festivals and Providence’s signature crowd-pleaser – WaterFire. more
Police locked down the Boston area and searched house-to-house for a suspect in the marathon bombing after a second suspect, his older brother, was killed in an overnight gun battle. more
(Updated, 10:50 a.m.) Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, the 19-year-old suspect wanted in conjunction with the Boston Marathon, is a registered student at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, which is currently undergoing a “controlled evacuation.” more
Minutes before the bombs blew up in Boston, Jeff Bauman looked into the eyes of the man who tried to kill him. more
Investigators are focusing on a person seen dropping a black bag near the site of the Boston Marathon bombing as they assemble an expanding array of forensic evidence on the explosive devices used in the attack. more
R.I. Health Insurance Commissioner Christopher F. Koller is stepping down to take a post as president of the Milbank Memorial Fund, a national health policy foundation based in New York, Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee announced Thursday. more
The sale of Westerly Hospital for $69 million to Lawrence + Memorial Hospital of New London, Conn., was approved today by state regulators, the first such hospital sale approved under the expedited review process of the revised Hospital Conversions Act. more
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