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Sidewalks along several major streets downtown will be reconstructed this summer, as the R.I. Department of Transportation continues a planned series of improvements to comply with new standards under the federal Americans with Disabilities Act. more
Ever since the U.S. presidential election, Ed Dahlberg has pretty much had a smile on his face. He brokers the sale of private jets, and already he’s seeing interest pick up and used-aircraft prices starting to firm up. more
1 You recently won re-election to a 10th term as mayor, with 65 percent of the vote. Many incumbents were tossed statewide. What was the difference in Warwick? I believe that people in the city know the policies and issues that I want to … more
Robert Blackburn has been hired as Quonset Development Corp.’s new port director, responsible for managing the Port of Davisville, the QDC said Monday. more
Gasoline prices climbed 2 cents in Rhode Island and 3 cents in Massachusetts this week, AAA Northeast said Monday. more
The state has received six bids for demolition of the old Sakonnet River Bridge, and anticipates awarding a contract this winter. more
The Atlantic Pioneer, the first U.S.-built, wind-farm crew transfer vessel, was voted “Boat of the Year,” at the International WorkBoat Show held recently in New Orleans, according to information from Blount Boats Inc., which built the boat. more
Neighborhood and community advocates in Providence had a mix of reactions to the new conceptual plan for remaking the Route 6-10 Connector. more
RhodeWorks was voted the 2016 Pell Center Rhode Island Story of the Year. more
1 What are your biggest challenges in the Division of Public Utilities and Carriers? The main challenge is to match the regulatory response to the tectonic shifts in the utility marketplace, which is especially true in how we generate and … more
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