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The United Nurses & Allied Professionals organization is hosting a “Seaside Party” on Wednesday, Aug. 17 at Finn’s Harborside Restaurant to benefit the UNAP Children’s Hospital Fund. more
A second place award in the 2016 New England Museum Association Publication Award Competition was awarded to the Old Colony History Museum for its new branding materials including the logo, as well as the letterhead, stationery and signage. more
Danielle Goudreau, a University of Rhode Island graduate student in engineering, won first place from the American Society of Civil Engineers for her research paper on the New Bedford hurricane barrier and how it will not protect the Massachusetts coast from rising sea levels and hurricane surges. more
Aetna's announcement on Tuesday that it expects to lose money on Obamacare's individual health-insurance exchanges and won't expand its participation next year makes a worrisome five for five: All of the biggest U.S. health insurers now expect such losses. more
Biotechnology drugmaker AbbVie Inc. filed a lawsuit seeking to block Amgen Inc. from selling a copy of the arthritis medicine Humira, its top seller. more
Michael DeVos has been appointed as ONE Neighborhood Builders’ new executive director. more
The U.S. economy expanded more in the second quarter than previously estimated, reflecting a smaller drag from business spending on structures and equipment. more
Thomas Edison recited "Mary Had a Little Lamb" into his phonograph invention and made the world's first recording of a human voice on Dec. 6, 1877. It was a historic day for dreamers. Edison made many of his dreams come true. And we all … more
Amid all the hoopla and theater of the national political convention you might have missed a noteworthy report about the financial literacy of the average American adult. more
Crime is on the rise everywhere, except in the crime statistics. more
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