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Bob Walsh has joined Lila Delman Real Estate International as a sales associate. He has seven years of real estate experience, working as general manager/sales and leasing at the Residences Providence. He has completed business coursework at North … more
A small village by the sea depended on fishing to survive. Each year, the village boats had to go farther and farther from shore to catch enough fish to feed the population. But as the anglers ventured farther away, they encountered a … more
Bill Kirkpatrick has been promoted to vice president of operations of PACE Organization of Rhode Island. He has a master's degree in casework from Boston College. more
Lauren Lapolla joined PACE Organization of Rhode Island as marketing and development manager. She holds a B.A. in international studies from Stonehill College. more
Paul Cotter has joined Locke Lord as an associate in the firm's corporate practice group. He will be based in the firm's Providence office. Cotter holds a B.A. from Providence College and a J.D. from Washington University School of Law. more
Bill Dessel has been named of counsel at Duffy & Sweeney. Prior to joining the firm, he launched, operated and sold Billy's restaurant and launched and operated Keel vodka. He holds a degree from Boston College in economics and a J.D. from New … more
Alexsa Marino has been hired as a staff counsel in the litigation management practice group of Locke Lord. Marino will work out of the firm's Providence office. She holds a B.S. from Bryant University and a J.D. from Roger Williams University School … more
Providence County has been designated as a primary natural disaster area due to losses caused by a recent drought, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday. more
(Updated 11:04 a.m.) A federal project to build a liquefied natural gas processing facility in Providence is not in the city’s best interest, said Mayor Jorge O. Elorza Thursday, in a statement released by his office. The mayor cited environmental concerns associated with hydraulic fracking, which he said is devastating communities located near the extraction sources of natural gas. more
U.S. Sens. Jack F. Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse and Reps. James R. Langevin and David N. Cicilline announced today $1,601,344 in federal funding to assist fire departments in Central Falls, Exeter and Woonsocket in purchasing new trucks and firefighting equipment. These improvements will enhance response capabilities, vehicle safety advancements and financial savings in these communities. more
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