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Brown's asking price has Providence stadium on life support

The February sale of the Pawtucket Red Sox came with announcements of several significant changes for the team. It was being tentatively rebranded as the Rhode Island Red Sox and ultimately relocated to downtown Providence, the purchasers said. In April, the new owners announced their intent to construct ...

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Senior Orators: Lucas Johnson

On a sunny afternoon this spring, Lucas Johnson ’15 recalled a similar day three years before, when he returned from tutoring three students at Fox Point Elementary School as part of a first-year seminar. His students were working on math problems when one of them, who had been struggling with some ...

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Raimondo seeks Social Security tax exemption

Following years of Statehouse attempts to alter Rhode Island’s taxation of Social Security benefits, Gov. Gina Raimondo included an unprecedented provision in her budget proposal last month that would eliminate the tax for low- and middle-income recipients. By including the measure in her budget — ...

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Dynamo opening delayed two months

The nursing education center to be housed in the former South Street Power station will open in November 2016, about two months after the original date, the University of Rhode Island announced last week. The power station, popularly known as Dynamo House, has stood vacant in the Jewelry District since ...

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Senator, alum take leadership spots on Board of Licenses

The Providence Board of Licenses elected Jeffrey Williams ’85 and Sen. Juan Pichardo, D-Providence, to its most senior positions earlier this month. Following their election, Williams and Pichardo now serve as chair and vice-chair of the board, respectively. Each member of the five-person board is ...

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Raimondo introduces first budget as governor

Gov. Gina Raimondo outlined her budget proposal — stressing the importance of attracting businesses, reforming Medicaid and improving education — in her State of the State address Thursday night. Delivered before a joint session of the General Assembly, the address marks the first budget recommendation ...

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Former house speaker pleads guilty in corruption case

Gordon Fox, former Speaker of the House for the General Assembly, pleaded guilty to federal charges of accepting bribes, wire fraud and filing a false tax return Tuesday. By pleading guilty to these charges, Fox accepted a plea deal that includes a three-year federal prison sentence. In 2008, while ...

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Gourmet Heaven owner faces wage lawsuit

Chung Cho, owner of the Gourmet Heaven grocery chain with locations in Providence and New Haven, must respond by March 12 to a summons, or he will lose a federal wage theft suit. Three former Gourmet Heaven employees from the Providence locations at Meeting Street and Weybosset Street filed the suit ...

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