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EAST GREENWICH – The New England Institute of Technology has received provisional accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association for its Associate in Science degree program in veterinary technology. more
SOUTH KINGSTOWN – University of Rhode Island Gender and Women Studies Program Director and associate professor Jody Lisberger has been awarded a competitive fellowship to share her passion for teaching, social justice and liberal arts. more
NORTH DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Charlton College of Business has renewed its exchange agreement with Ostfalia University, which works closely with the Volkswagen Group. more
PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Education has classified 20 schools in 16 school districts plus four charter public schools as “commended,” the highest possible classification. more
Chefs, like other artists, are always looking for inspiration to create new tastes or interesting variations of signature dishes. Often after-hours or during off-peak times, a restaurant’s kitchen can resemble a laboratory with new ingredients awaiting just the right touch. more
Banks are making more loans to small businesses according to the latest U.S. Small Business Administration report. But that’s actually a little misleading, since small-business lending in overall dollar terms continues to decline – although that decline has slowed. more
Coming up with creative solutions to fundraising challenges is what Seaside Consulting Inc., owner Lynne Donahue believes sets her work apart from the competition. more
After more than five years in receivership and more than $4.1 million spent to support the efforts of Special Master Jonathan N. Savage to keep Landmark Medical Center financially afloat, state regulators are scheduled to reach a decision on Oct. 28 on the bid by Prime Healthcare Services of Ontario, Calif., to buy the struggling hospital. more
It’s called “upselling” – steering home-mortgage applicants into higher-cost terms that increase the lender’s profits – and it was rampant during the housing boom years. It worked like this: Rather than putting borrowers into loans at the lowest rates and fees for which they were qualified, loan officers convinced them to sign up for more expensive ones. Loan officers who successfully squeezed more juice, or profit, out of their applicants got extra pay for doing so. more
Where do all the food trucks go when they’re not serving customers from the curb? more
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