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PBN’s 2018 Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies Celebrated

WARWICK – The region’s largest food maker and seller, along with a company that builds enclosures to transport wedding cakes, were among the 33 companies that were celebrated in PBN’s seventh annual Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies awards program Tuesday night at the Crowne Plaza...

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Rhody Awards for Historic Preservation

Each year, Preserve Rhode Island partners with the Rhode Island Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission to honor the people who make a difference by protecting Rhode Island’s historic places. Friends and colleagues from around the state mingle at this annual Preservation Celebration where Rhody Award winners are...

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Many Disciplines, Specialized Design

PROVIDENCE-BASED ARCHITECTURE, construction and engineering firm ZDS Inc. has grown as a result of its innovation. With a multidisciplinary approach, the 3-year-old firm has doubled its revenue and expanded from one to 20 employees.   View the full article in print or online at Providence Business News Page...

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PBN Announces 2018 Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies

PROVIDENCE – Twenty local companies have earned a spot on Providence Business News’ list of Fastest Growing Private Companies, along with 13 enterprises chosen among the state’s most innovative companies in the 2018 edition of PBN’s Fastest Growing & Innovative Companies program. Companies with the highest...

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Case-Mead Lofts City Living at its Best

For well over a century, Paolino Properties has been a leader in property management and development in Rhode Island. While businesses and residents fled Providence in droves forty and fifty years ago, the company believed in the city's potential...

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Proposed Hotel Hive in Providence Will Require Many Approvals

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Four or five restaurants, 129 microloft-style hotel rooms and rooftop venues. These are all part of the vision for the Hotel Hive planned for downtown Providence, in two historical buildings on Westminster Street. But the developers first need to go through a complex...

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