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SACRED COW GRANOLA was awarded a 2019 Good Food Award for its product, The Holy Granola Experience.

Sacred Cow Granola wins Good Food Award

EAST PROVIDENCE – Sacred Cow Granola was awarded a 2019 Good Food Award for its product The Holy Granola Experience last week.Sacred Cow Granola...
THE GEORGE & ANNE Ryan Institute for Neuroscience researchers will investigate reduction of brain blood vessel inflammation in fighting Alzheimer’s disease as part of the $1.3 million, University of Rhode Island-sponsored, BEACON study. Above, Paula Grammas, executive director of the Ryan Institute. / COURTESY NORA LEWIS

URI-sponsored BEACON study seeks blood vessel inflammation, Alzheimer’s link

SOUTH KINGSTOWN — George & Anne Ryan Institute for Neuroscience researchers will investigate reduction of brain blood vessel inflammation in fighting Alzheimer’s disease as...
A ROUGHLY 20 percent of the decline in homeownership among young adults can be attributed to that increase in student loan debt, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/SCOTT MCINTYRE

Student debt is a driver of low millennial homeownership rates

NEW YORK - American homeownership has been on the decline, and Federal Reserve researchers point to the high cost of college as one culprit.Just...
THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE GREENHOUSE has announced the 2019 Food Accelerator cohort.

SEG announces 2019 Food Accelerator cohort

PROVIDENCE – Social Enterprise Greenhouse announced the 2019 Food Accelerator cohort Tuesday.The program will feature 17 food businesses, which started the program last week. The...
BANK OF AMERICA reported a net income of $7.3 billion. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/RON ANTONELLI

BofA’s retail bankers save day for beleaguered bond traders

NEW YORK - Bank of America Corp.’s consumer bankers saved the day for their bond-trading colleagues.The company’s retail-banking business saw a 5 percent jump...

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Meghan M. Hill wanted to be a teacher since she was in the fourth grade.Of her chosen career path, the 23-year-old Scituate native said: “No two days are the same. … Building relationships with the students is rewarding, seeing how they grow and knowing you’re part of that.” (Editor’s note: This is the first in an occasional series of...

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When you think of technology, the ocean isn’t the unlikeliest place to find it. Wind turbines, ocean liners, and GPS devices have all emerged...

Ride Along on the First-Ever Cox Business “Smart Technology. Smarter Businesses” Tour

Cox Business Northeast held the first-ever “Smart Technology. Smarter Businesses” tour on Thursday, September 6 in Rhode Island. Cox Business customers are ground-zero for...

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Spear Phishing Spotlight: Citrin Cooperman’s cybersecurity team recently performed a simulated spear phishing campaign for a healthcare organization. The campaign’s objective was to reduce the...

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William M. Dolan Named Shareholder at Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.

William M. Dolan has been named Shareholder at Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C., effective January 1, 2019.Bill Dolan is a trial attorney practicing in...

Marc A. Lewin Named Counsel at Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C.

Marc A. Lewin has been named Counsel at Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C., effective January 1, 2019.Marc practices tax and corporate law. Marc’s tax...

Dr. Amil Qureshi named Medical Director of Providence Community Health Centers

Dr. Amil M. Qureshi has been named Medical Director of Providence Community Health Centers where he will have leadership responsibilities for primary care, clinical...

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Mitrefinch Offers Workforce Management, Time and Attendance Systems

In today’s complex world of rapidly-advancing technology, companies are constantly looking for solutions to work more effectively and efficiently. This desire to be better...

Lax & Co. Promotes Kristin Anastasiades to Vice President of Marketing & Strategy

Warwick, RI, January 2019 – Lax & Co. is pleased to announce that Kristin Anastasiades has been promoted to Vice President of Marketing &...

Executive Transition at Newport’s MLK Community Center: Warren retires, Strout succeeds her

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center announces a change in executive leadership. Longtime Executive Director Marilyn Warren has retired and Portsmouth resident...

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