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Business leaders from across Rhode Island met at Warren’s AVTECH Wednesday evening to talk about the state of business in the Ocean State, and to discuss international trade possibilities and … more
A once popular upscale restaurant well-known to Bristol residents, the Hotpoint now stands as an artist cooperative retail store that features art from all mediums created by more than 30 local … more
In Bristol, it's 18. In Warren, it's 18. In East Providence, it's 18. But in Barrington, the minimum age to purchase tobacco is now 21.  At its meeting earlier this month, the … more
TPI Composites, which operates a large plant on Market Street in Warren, has entered into a five-year agreement with a California firm that builds high tech zero-emission electric buses, and will … more
For years, Mark Matrone pledged that if the John Andrade Insurance company ever put a new roof on their building downtown, he would install solar panels. In February, they put in a new roof. In … more
Tucked away in the Kent Street Plaza is a new lifestyle store that couples old, new and custom arts and crafts.   The Golden Sparrow opened in September and is owned by Somerset resident … more
A court-appointed receiver encharged with selling the assets of US Watercraft at 373 Market St. has received a $620,000 offer for the firm’s True North, C&C, PDQ and J-Boat lines. Anyone … more
The Barrington Town Council is making a second effort to ban the sale of tobacco products to people under the age of 21.  At a special meeting on Oct. 16, the council voted to repeal its … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The city and New Agawam LLC reached an agreement late last week over the historic club’s municipal debts, ending a months long process to settle the dispute. New Agawam, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — By a slim 4-3 margin, the East Providence Waterfront Commission at its meeting Thursday night, Oct. 19, voted to approve a contentious proposal allowing contractors at the Kettle … more
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