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Children need toys. Hasbro Inc., based in Pawtucket, has that angle covered. Children also need healthy food, strong families, good medical care and economically thriving communities. Alan G. Hassenfeld, a son of the family that founded … more
The state Historical Preservation & Heritage Commission has announced the availability of $1.6 million in state preservation grants for projects at museums, cultural art centers and public historic sites in the state. more
David Marble, president and CEO of OSHEAN Inc., a nonprofit research and education network, discussed with Providence Business News OSHEAN’s new partnership with Sonic Foundry, a Madison, Wis., company specializing in video creation and management solutions, as well as the benefits of joining OSHEAN. more
The average restaurant works with 300 ingredients. Most of them do not rate being included in a menu description by a creative chef. The ones that do are usually worthy of details that reflect their origin, heritage, style, taste or other unique … more
Rhode Island ranked 27th in the nation for overall children’s well-being, and last among New England states, according to the 2016 KIDS COUNT Data Book, published Tuesday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. more
PROVIDENCE – Mayor Jorge O. Elorza on June 13 announced that the city has been selected as one of 12 to join Bloomberg Philanthropies' What Works Cities initiative – one of the largest-ever philanthropic efforts to enhance the use of data and … more
Dr. Matthew Collins, vice president for clinical integration at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, once had a patient who repeatedly went to her local emergency room complaining of headaches or abdominal pain. Every one of 18 CAT … more
What three words best describe your staff? Curious, energized, compassionate. What employee benefit is the most popular among staff members? Visit from the pet-therapy dog, yoga or chair massage. How do you … more
Alison Bologna wakes up each morning at 2:30 a.m. It's partly because she needs to get ready for her job as an anchor at WJAR-TV NBC 10. It's also because she runs an urban-outreach yoga studio. And most recently, it's because she's … more
Dozens of Rhode Island credit union employees this year volunteered for the 48th annual Special Olympics Rhode Island State Summer Games held at the University of Rhode Island. more
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