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Cape Air, one of the nation’s largest regional airlines, will begin seasonal service to Block Island, R.I., beginning on May 22. Cape Air will offer daily flights between Block Island Airport (BID) and T.F. Green Airport (PVD) and between BID and … more
Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin and Director of Health, Michael Fine, M.D., are warning the public of a possible scam in which individuals, primarily women, are being called by a “medical compensation company” or “the state department of … more
Adapting to the changing times is crucial for success. That’s why it’s important for small businesses to periodically review what’s working and where there’s room for transformation. “Take the time to step back and examine everything, … more
If you’re fortunate enough to receive a refund this tax season, it’s time to think about sensible uses for the extra income so, as Grandpa used to say, “it doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.” The smartest thing to do with a little … more
Buying or leasing a vehicle is an exciting decision. For many consumers, it’s the first “big ticket” item they acquire. Knowing what to expect before making this important financial commitment will help you feel confident about your decision … more
Thinking outside the box or maybe thinking inside the right box is required when it comes to taxes and tax planning. There are constant changes to the laws and we must constantly be aware of them. A father-daughter team [the author’s father is … more
Those who haven’t yet ventured into Stock Culinary Goods on Hope Street in Providence are in for a treat. Jan Faust Dane, the friendly owner and advisor on culinary delights, greets every visitor with an enthusiastic “Welcome!” Faust Dane … more
Peter J. Snyder’s CV boasts such institutions as Michigan State University and Long Island Jewish Medical Center of Albert Einstein College of Medicine – and those are just the colleges he attended. He also has taught at The University of … more
Paul Shire, the Executive Chef of 2 Pauls’ City Grille, was a miserable computer scientist. Sitting behind a desk and writing code, all he could think about was getting out. He’d reminisce about the cooking jobs he’d taken to make some extra … more
PROVIDENCE – As the end of the year approaches, many people take time to reflect on their charitable giving and how they might best help the organizations about which they are passionate. This is the time of the year when we often take a moment to … more
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