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Hospitality & Tourism
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The Procaccianti Group is seeking a 12-year tax stabilization agreement, including a three-year introductory period with no property taxes, to level the Fogarty Building downtown and construct a nine-story, extended-stay hotel. more
Twenty Rhode Island restaurants are among 3,618 listed worldwide for their superior wine lists, according to the advanced release of the Aug. 31 issue of Wine Spectator. more
(Updated 4:22 p.m.) Rhode Island’s expedited search to hire a marketing consultant by Aug. 31 could result in the launch of a tourism brand for the state in January. more
One of the earliest Providence landmark restaurants is closing its doors. Rue de L’Espoir, on Hope Street for 39 years, will serve its last meals on Aug. 9, proprietor Deb Norman announced Monday. more
The Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau is celebrating the 10th anniversary of Providence Restaurant Weeks from Sunday, July 12, to Saturday, July 25, in 10 cities and towns. more
(Updated, 3:50 p.m.) With each new fiscal year comes a volley of changes to the state’s tax code, and this year is no exception to that rule. One set of taxes among the one dozen changes highlighted by Acting Department of Revenue Director David M. Sullivan in particular has drawn significant attention in the hospitality sector. more
The Preservation Society of Newport County will hold a book signing on July 10 for the first-ever biography of its founder and long-time president, Katherine Urquhart Warren. more
State hotel tax revenue increased 21.3 percent, or $176,921, in April to $1 million, according to the state Department of Revenue’s 5 percent hotel tax collections report. more
Martina Hingis has been named Global Ambassador for the International Tennis Hall of Fame. more
Dining out for business has changed over the past couple of decades. While the three-martini lunch is a distant memory, the importance of lunches and dinners as a platform on which to do business is very much with us. Two of the state's … more
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