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Grants totaling $29,678 have been awarded to Portsmouth and the Watch Hill Fire District in Westerly by the state Department of Environmental Management to help fund the removal of abandoned vessels from town waters. more
Peter Angelone stood on the bank of a pond in Hopkinton. A stand of tall pine trees shaded the water from the summer sun. Angelone, principal fishery biologist for the R.I. Department of Environmental Management, moved out from the shadow … more
Of the 18 studies generated by the College & University Research Collaborative over the past two years, state leaders cite only a few as having had direct impact on policy decision-making, and there's been no active tracking of their usefulness. The … more
1 How many jobs does the so-called clean-energy economy support? The clean-energy economy supports nearly 10,000 jobs throughout the state. Last year, this sector added over 600 jobs, with nearly 90 percent of the growth occurring in firms … more
A CVS Health Corp. spokesman said Wednesday that a San Antonio call center employee was fired after a former employee complained that his private information was inappropriately shared. more
State general revenue cash collections for fiscal 2016 increased nearly 4 percent through November to $1.4 billion, despite an initial plunge in lottery proceeds associated with the beginning of casino gambling in Massachusetts. more
New tax rules intended to ease the financial burden on corporations and individuals take effect Jan. 1, the state Department of Revenue said Wednesday. more
(Updated 3:14 p.m.) The City Council will have a dedicated spokeswoman, a new position that will increase awareness of council activities and economic development opportunities in the city, Council President Luis A. Aponte announced recently. more
Federal bank regulatory agencies this month announced the annual adjustment to the asset-size thresholds used to define small banks, small savings associations, intermediate small banks and intermediate small savings associations. more
For most of the past year, investors were asking when the U.S. Federal Reserve would start raising interest rates. With that question answered, attention has turned to the likely pattern of increases over the coming months and years: How high will rates rise, and how quickly? more
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