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Barbara Fields, executive director of Rhode Island Housing Corp., discusses the new Ocean State Grad Grant program, which is designed to help college graduates a hand in buying a house in Rhode Island. more
A public fundraising campaign has been launched to help provide funds for emergency repairs for the “Wedding Cake House,” an ornate, Victorian-era structure that has three times made the list of the city’s most endangered properties compiled by the Providence Preservation Society. more
The biggest beer maker in the world wants to buy the second-biggest. The second-biggest appears to be game. There are antitrust concerns, especially in the U.S., but also obvious ways to assuage them. more
A $1.6 million federal grant has been awarded to University of Rhode Island Nursing Professor Denise Coppa to establish academic and clinical partnerships with two Rhode Island community health centers. more
A $4.7 million five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health will be used by Brown University researchers to study whether mindfulness can help patients follow treatment changes better. more
The University of Massachusetts set fiscal year fundraising records in 2015, with all five campuses, including UMass Dartmouth, experiencing increases. more
Providence is trying talking cameras to deter illegal dumping. more
If the New England Patriots win, Dunkin’ Donuts Perks members will win a free coffee the next day. more
A business trade mission to Mexico in November is being coordinated by the John H. Chafee Center for International Business at Bryant University, along with R.I. Commerce Corp. and the U.S. Department of Commerce. more
(Updated 11:22 a.m.) A ribbon-cutting event will be held Thursday for the first commercial hydroponic greenhouse to operate in Rhode Island, according to the state Department of Environmental Management. more
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