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The city has acquired 3.5 acres of land at Passeonkquis Cove, to be preserved as open space, Mayor Scott Avedisian announced recently. more
Voters on Tuesday approved $227.5 million in bonds, funding housing creation, expansion of veterans services, construction of a new innovation center affiliated with the University of Rhode Island, improvements at the ports of Davisville and Providence, and parks and recreation upgrades, according to results posted on ri.gov. more
One of the newest trends in tourism is the rise of experiential travel. That's good news for small businesses in a state filled with hands-on opportunities to "live like a local," as Kristen Adamo, vice president of marketing for the Providence … more
Heading to new destinations to learn about local culture is nothing new in travel. But in recent years, the rise of experiential travel has encouraged communities and business owners to immerse visitors in their experience. Instead of … more
Phill Trotter and Tom Nimmo founded Rumpus Entertainment in June because they could no longer accommodate the growing number of Providence board game enthusiasts in their homes. "Board gaming in Providence is happening, but a lot of it is … more
George Ross, the creator of Race Rhode Island, talks about the new website he created – racerhodeisland.net, featuring information about races in and around Rhode Island. more
The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame’s 2016 induction class includes 14 state residents who will be honored posthumously this weekend. more
New Internet of Things technology developed by Siren Marine has the Newport-based company eyeing a leadership role in the evolving "connected-boat" market. The 5-year-old marine-technology firm says wireless beta versions of its IoT Monitor … more
(Updated 3:39 p.m.) Soon, Burrillville will be home to a new way of making sneakers. more
Respondents in a poll commissioned by Bryant University generally favored the bond requests that will be considered by voters in the Nov. 8 general election, with two-thirds or more saying they would approve state borrowing directed to veterans’ housing and environmental improvements. more
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