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Getting a message out quickly – whether it’s a school closing due to a snowstorm, a lockdown because of a threat to public safety or a physician checking the results of a patient’s lab test – has become a global priority in the 21st century. more
Even the smallest of businesses these days can face large needs when it comes to storing data, sharing files and other computer-related tasks. For one thing, trying to back up files when they are spread over many computers can be a headache. more
Policy changes by two of the biggest players in the mortgage market could open doors to home purchases this fall by thousands of people who were hard hit by the housing bust and who thought they’d have to wait for years before owning again. more
Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee bowed out of next year’s governor’s race extolling the same government “fundamentals” of infrastructure, education and workforce development he campaigned on in 2010. more
A garden-style pavilion proposed as a welcome center on the grounds of The Breakers, one of the nation’s most famous landmarks of the Gilded Age, was rejected by Newport’s Historic District Commission because it was not compatible with style and materials of the mansion, according to a city planner who did an analysis of the proposal. more
Herb Weiss has worked for 14 years to transform and revitalize the historic mill town of Pawtucket through a dynamic infusion of the arts into the economic-development fabric of the city. more
From keeping a boat maintaining its exact position in the water without an anchor, to consulting the eight manuals your boat requires on the same tablet or kicking back and watching a movie at sea, this year’s Newport International Boat Show promises to be its most tech-driven incarnation yet. more
The Providence Business News Executive Poll is a weekly survey of 70 business leaders throughout the state, representing small and large companies in a variety of industries. more
Johnson & Wales University officials dedicate Rhode Island’s first cooperative-style housing for students on Sept. 3 in Cranston. Thirty-five student residents helped celebrate the opening of Centennial House. Located at 135 Norwood St., Centennial House is focused on self-governance and requires residents to engage in community-service projects throughout the academic year. From left: Cranston Mayor Alan Fung; JWU Chancellor John Bowen; Centennial House Student President Kevin Walton; JWU Providence Campus President Mim Runey and Marie Bernardo-Sousa, senior vice president of student services. more
Providence will try again this year to drag its zoning code into the 21st century. more
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