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“Rhode Island has proved to be the most difficult state to do business that I have ever seen,” the Texas-based company’s CEO said.
A recent study predicts online grocery spending will reach $100 billion annually by 2025.
As of July 3rd, there were 5,781 pending applications in the UHIP (Unified Health Infrastructure Project) system.
A quick online search of Southern New England yielded dozens of options; everything from luxury yachts to small sailboats.
The bridal chain filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy Friday and closed all of its stores and wholesalers.
Retailers say there’s still a chance that your dress will be shipped but if you’re in a time crunch, some shops are selling their sample dre…
When reached by phone, employees at six Alfred Angelo locations from Maryland to California confirmed the chain’s closure to Call 12 for Act…
A Rhode Island official acknowledged the state has been unable to supply required data because of the troubled eligibility system’s issues.
After Call 12 for Action contacted Lincare, a technician delivered several oxygen tanks to Larocque’s home.
The annual July 11 sale is reportedly prompting deep discounts at other retailers.
A nationwide sweep uncovered 675 contractors who failed to comply with state requirements, 17 of which were in Rhode Island.
Experts say getting a contract in writing is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself if you’re hiring a contractor.
Verna Johnson finally has the information she needs to ensure that her husband, Jesse, will receive a military burial when the time comes.
“It’s unbelievable to see the amount of kindness and generosity that still exists,” said Guy Suffoletto, the PTA’s vice president.
“The last thing I can do for him is make sure he has the burial that he deserves. Right now it seems like I’m not going to be able to do tha…
More than 11,000 people were treated in emergency departments in 2016 for fireworks injuries, according to the U. S. Consumer Product Safety…
The recalled fireworks are supposed to make smoke when lit, but according to the CPSC, the fireworks can explode unexpectedly.
The frozen yogurt franchise involved said it never paid up because the PTA failed to hold up its end of the agreement.
The FCC said this was one of the “largest spoofed robocall campaigns” they have ever investigated.
A Providence company found that a full-time 32-hour work week attracts talented employees and drives employee retention.
State officials say they’re working hard to turn around the state’s troubled new $364-million computer system for benefits.
It’s unclear if any of the unsecured data was accessed by anyone with criminal intentions, but cyber security experts say you should take st…
Doctors say staring down at your cell phone or tablet screen could cause serious, long-term pain.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning parents to keep fidget spinners away from young children.