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Physical education teachers in Rhode Island reported a lack of professional development opportunities according to the findings of the latest R.I. KIDS COUNT policy brief, “A Snapshot of Comprehensive School Physical Activity Programs in Rhode Island,” released Thursday. more
Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island said Wednesday that it is partnering with three different organizations to empower its insured members who are elderly or disabled to live independently and in their own homes. more
In its 12th year, the Rhode Island Foundation has awarded three $25,000 grants to local visual artists RaMell Ross, Jordan Seaberry and Sheida Soleimani through the Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship Fund, according to a Sunday announcement by the Rhode Island Foundation. more
Starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 8, the Southside Community Land Trust will host four simultaneous Urban Agriculture Kick-Off events throughout the city. more
Celebrating its 10th year of participation in March of Dimes’ March for Babies Rhode Island, a fundraiser for research and programs to aid mothers in having healthy, full-term pregnancies, the McNally family of Cranston was named the 2017-2018 March of Dimes Ambassador Family for Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. more
AIDS Project of Rhode Island announced it will hold its annual AIDS Walk for Life 2017: Fighting HIV One Step at a Time on Sunday, April 23. more
As part of the annual Gowrie Group Challenge, which concluded earlier this year, the Gowrie Group, an independent insurance agent, raised $172,919 for The Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries, breaking their previous donation record. more
Nicole Dufresne joined the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence in 2004 as director of programs before advancing to chief operating officer in 2006, and being named CEO in 2009. more
Eleanor Langham was appointed the new executive director of Coggeshall Farm Museum by the organization’s board of directors in an announcement on Thursday. more
After losing a handful of friends to drug overdoses as part of the opioid epidemic that's spread across New England, Ana Bess Moyer Bell of North Kingstown decided to write a play designed to promote healing and perpetuate social change. … more
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