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Two Rhode Island health centers will share $771,607 in funding to expand oral health services and increase the number of patients served, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell said in a news release Thursday. more
Santander Bank this month announced it has awarded more than $3.1 million in new grants to 73 organizations throughout its Northeastern footprint. more
Kara Foley is a newly hired policy analyst at Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, a children’s-policy organization working to improve the health, safety, education and economic well-being of Rhode Island’s children. She talked with Providence Business News about the organization's mission. more
The annual food drive in support of the Rhode Island Community Food Bank is more than halfway through its seven-week stretch, ending Sept. 16. more
Dr. Elmano Costa, president of the Portuguese American Citizenship Project’s board of directors, announced on Aug. 31 that the board voted to end operations and dissolve the organization. more
The Comprehensive Community Action Program will host its 2016 Community Awards Dinner on Sept. 15 at the Harbor Lights Country Club at 150 Gray St. more
As the CEO and co-founder of the Lady Project, an economic development nonprofit providing women a forum in which to meet and collaborate, Sierra Barter helps women network on a national scale. She talks about opening the initiative’s 12th chapter, in Tampa, Fla. more
At the end of 2016, Collette sent a $25,000 gift to Stop Hunger Now’s Global Emergency Relief Fund, an organization devoted to ending hunger by 2030, and packaged 30,000 meal kits for Haitian people recovering from the lasting impact of Hurricane Matthew, which wreaked havoc on the Caribbean island in October. more
Historic preservation groups are keeping an eye on any attempt to eliminate or reduce the Federal Historic Preservation Tax Incentives Program under the new Congress. more
Repealing the Affordable Care Act without a replacement would increase the number of uninsured people by 32 million and double premiums by 2026, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said in a report that will add pressure on Republicans’ contentious efforts to end the law. more
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