Updated March 30 at 4:30pm
Hospitality
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Five percent hotel tax collections rose 3.6 percent in the fiscal year over fiscal year period through October, but fell 2 percent when comparing the month of October with October 2015, the R.I. Department of Revenue said Thursday. more
Local 1 percent hotel tax collections grew 14.4 percent in the fiscal period through October compared with the prior fiscal period, but fell 0.8 percent when comparing the month of October with October 2016, the R.I. Department of Revenue said last week. more
Two new hotels proposed for the city were approved by the Providence City Plan Commission on Tuesday night. more
"The welcome we get in Newport is second to none!" said restaurateur Michael T. Frawley, still as enthusiastic about his sister city as he was the first time he visited from his native Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. This March, the City by the Sea … more
PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza met with state legislators March 6 to discuss legislative priorities, which included a bill to tax certain properties owned by nonprofits and another aimed at increasing the hotel tax. A bill to tax … more
Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza was scheduled to meet with state legislators Monday to discuss legislative priorities, which included a bill to tax certain properties owned by nonprofits and another aimed at increasing the hotel tax. more
President Donald Trump’s immigration stance has begun to discourage foreign visits to major U.S. cities, threatening to cost billions of dollars and thousands of jobs. more
Discover Newport was awarded first place in the destination video category at the recent 2016 North American Travel Journalists Association awards competition. more
The pizza chef scooped up a small handful of flour. With a practiced eye, he tossed the flour onto his pizza peel, a shiny aluminum paddle on a long handle. The peel was then slid underneath a just-made Margherita pie on the chef's countertop. The … more
Airbnb said on Thursday that Rhode Island’s 1,300 active hosts made more than $12 million in supplemental income last year by welcoming approximately 69,000 visitors to the Ocean State, a 97 percent year-over-year increase in inbound guests. more
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