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Social Welfare
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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
FALL RIVER – Since the Fall River Police Department began issuing naloxone – an opiate antidote commonly known by the brand name Narcan – to its officers on April 25, more than 103 doses have been administered to overdose victims, according to … more
PROVIDENCE – With time ticking down for public comment on how the state should fix the deteriorating Route 6-10 connector, city officials have proposed an alternate plan for a parkway that runs from Roger Williams Park to downtown. The … more
What three words best describe your staff? Family, smart and kind. What three words would your staff use to describe work? Flexible, meaningful, fulfilling. What employee benefit is the most popular among staff … more
United Way of Rhode Island awarded the Local Initiatives Support Corp. a $150,000 grant in support of the organization’s Rhode Island Child Care and Early Learning Facilities Fund and its development of safe, high-quality learning environments for children. more
The city of Providence has been awarded $499,672 in grants through the Linking to Employment Activities Pre-Release Program created by the U.S. Labor Department. more
Post-traumatic stress disorder remains a difficult, urgent and prevalent problem among combat veterans, but millions of nonveterans also experience the condition. A new study in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry finds that, compared to what the Veterans Administration and Defense Department offer, treatment resources for nonveterans are much less cohesive and helpful. more
On Feb. 1, Save The Bay will host the final Teachers in Action Showcase in its three-year partnership with Providence public schools. more
The expansion of casinos across New England is good for state revenue, but not for people who have addictions to gambling. How much of a problem will this disorder become? A Providence College professor argues that the casinos scheduled to … more
The 21st century has not been good to much of Rhode Island. From 2000 to 2014, real median family income across the state (in 2014 dollars) fell 2.4 percent to $73,217. Accompanying that decline has been an increase in the percentage of families … more
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