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PROVIDENCE - The Rhode Island Military Organization lounge officially opened at T.F. Green Airport today. Supported and run by community volunteers, the lounge will welcome military men and women … more
The Blackstone Valley Tourism Council earlier this week announced the eight individuals and organizations that it will fete at its 28th annual awards dinner, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 3, at Twin River in Lincoln. more
Experience Rhode Island, a luxury shuttle service that provides tours in Providence and Newport, will donate a portion of its fall profits to WaterFire Providence. more
The Preservation Society of Newport County plans to appeal a decision by the Newport Historic District Commission that blocks construction of a $4.2 million welcome center on the grounds of The Breakers mansion. more
Report has Newport tourism agencies are feeling good as they gear up for the kickoff to the region’s peak tourist season this Labor Day weekend. more
The population of Saltmarsh Sparrows is declining in Rhode Island with the loss of salt marshes due to sea-level rise – and that’s a potential concern to not only naturalists but the state’s tourism industry as well, says Scott Comings, director of land and freshwater conservation for The Nature Conservancy. more
Providence Mayor Angel Taveras, the Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy and Southwest Airlines Thursday opened the new Imagination Center in Burnside Park, the mayor’s office announced. more
More people will travel over Labor Day weekend this year than did last year, AAA Southern New England projected Tuesday in its annual Labor Day Holiday Travel Forecast. more
Jeffrey O’Brien’s Main Street is made up of the waterways around Newport. His address is on a wharf. When he envisions the expansion of his increasingly busy tour-boat business, Gansett Cruise, he considers a second boat to respond to the demand he’s already serving in Westerly’s Watch Hill area. He thinks about adding a fishing boat to take out people who buy a ticket at a time, so they won’t have to charter a whole boat. more
Hotel rooms in Nice, France were running $400 per night and Wendy York of Cranston needed to find more reasonably priced accommodations in time for her best friend’s wedding. more
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