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Kelly Henry is the manager of residential advocacy at Sojourner House in Providence, a positon she has held for three years. She has been working in direct services for domestic violence and sexual assault for nearly 20 years, work she began after graduating from Illinois State University with degrees in English and women’s studies. Here, Henry describes the need for support services for men who are victims of domestic violence. more
Twenty-eight Rhode Island animal welfare programs, which range from low-cost spay and neuter services to humane education, received a combined $470,000 in grant funding from the Rhode Island Foundation, according to a Thursday release from the organization. more
The Scituate Neighborhood Health Station held its official opening with a ribbon-cutting Nov. 14. more
As part of the ceremonies marking the 75th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Rhode Island’s World War II Foundation will debut its newest documentary, “Remember Pearl Harbor,” inside Hangar 79 on Ford Island, Pearl Harbor at a Dec. 4 event. more
Aquidneck Land Trust’s Fiesta Verde fundraiser saw 350 guests donate $100,000 in support of the nonprofit’s purchase of Spruce Acres Farm. more
Since 2007, Jennifer Borman, as head of school at School One, has lead the progressive, independent high school on Providence’s East Side, and served students with diverse backgrounds within a vibrant and inclusive community. more
WateFire Providence over the next four months will continue work to renovate a 38,000-square-foot former factory as a headquarters and multi-use performing arts center. more
Five grants totaling $602,580 were awarded to the University of Rhode Island by The Champlin Foundations in support of technology and equipment acquisition in the communications, engineering, pharmacy and health sciences departments, according to a statement by the school on Monday. more
Eric Hirsch has joined the board of directors of the Economic Progress Institute. He is a professor of sociology at Providence College. Hirsch holds a B.A. in sociology from Bucknell University and master's degree and doctorate in sociology from the … more
Carolyn Mark has joined the board of directors of the Economic Progress Institute. She is chair of the East Greenwich School Committee. She holds a B.A. from Pennsylvania State University and master of city planning from the Massachusetts Institute … more
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