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Cox Communications has appointed two new vice presidents for its Northeast region covering Connecticut, Ohio and Rhode Island: Debra Cornish and Chuck Stauffer. more
Six local students preparing to enter STEM fields – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – received $500 scholarships from the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance at its annual meeting last week. more
Boston’s world-class universities and hospitals make it a globally significant metropolis. But its residents have rejected the cosmopolitan dream of hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics, causing the U.S. Olympic Committee to cut ties with the city Monday. more
State Health Insurance Commissioner Dr. Kathleen C. Hittner said her office has adopted standards to improve health care delivery and payment systems, a step that aligns her office with the governor’s efforts to strengthen the health care system for all Rhode Islanders. more
Tom Brady’s suspension stands. National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell rejected an appeal by the reigning Super Bowl Most Valuable Player against a four-game suspension Imposed in May for Brady’s involvement in the New England Patriots’ deflated-ball controversy. more
Mayor Jorge O. Elorza unveiled on Tuesday the Mayor’s Center for City Services, a restructured arm of his constituent service operation, to provide a streamlined, responsive and customer service-oriented resource for residents seeking assistance from the city. more
Rear Admiral Moises DelToro III will relieve Rear Admiral Michael E. Jabaley Jr. as commander of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center during a change of command ceremony Friday at 10 a.m. at the center. more
Massachusetts home sales increased 11.4 percent in June, making it the best month for sales in 10 years, according to The Warren Group, publisher of Banker & Tradesman. more
Flattery is a tried-and-true negotiating strategy, but homebuyers in hot markets are making a bizarre art form out of kissing up. more
Foreclosure rates in Rhode Island and the Providence-Warwick metropolitan area decreased in May to 1.4 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively, but are still higher than the national rate of 1.3 percent. more
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