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CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENT Peter S. Mancini expects to see a recovery in the city’s slumping condo market in the next few years. /

Mancini: Tax-exempt land costing the city dearly

Peter S. Mancini, president of the Providence City Council, has represented Ward 14 for 18 years. The ward includes the Elmhurst and Wanskuck neighborhoods...
WHILE THE FOX POINT SOCCER FIELD may be adequate for Buster the dog, city officials would like to see the field repaired for greater use in games. /

City looks for land to meet soccer-field needs

It seems there are too many soccer teams and not enough fields for them to play on in Providence. With little vacant land left,...
michelle cruz founded The Lost Chord in 2004 in response to a dormant elemantary school program she wanted to see resurrected. /

Giving to others a passion that was given to her

When Michelle Cruz returned to Pawtucket after attending Providence College, she was discouraged to see that the music program that was cut while she...
Eileen Howard Dunn’s efforts with All Kids Can brought more focus to CVS’ philanthropic efforts. /

Her focus: Making an impact with All Kids Can

Eileen Howard Dunn is a champion, of her industry, her employees and for the causes of the CVS Caremark Charitable Trust. It is not...

Sewing from experience generates a business

Some people cook to relax, some read, some nap, but Margaret Howard sews; and she has taken the hobby from her basement to a...

Lynch new president of National<br> Association of Attorneys General

The National Association of Attorneys General named Rhode Island’s chief law enforcement official, Patrick C. Lynch, its new president at its annual summer meeting,...
The Adminstration at BankNewport makes efforts to reward top-performing
employees said Vice President Nelson Texeira, front row, right. /

When first investment is people, payoff is large

By Emily Sutton Contributing Writer Banks understand that investments today yield returns down the road. At BankNewport, that investment starts with its employees. And the payoff...
At United way of Rhode Island quarterly reviews are seen as a chance to talk about successes or deal with challenges. /

A new way to talk leads to new satisfaction

The United Way of Rhode Island’s mission is by definition one that focuses on the community outside its office. According to its Web site,...
CHARLES PAOLINO, far left, is the regional leader for Edward Jones. Also picture, from left, are Jessica Kindelan, Michael Paolino and Cindy Roy. /

Staff stay connected to each other, community

At Edward Jones, keeping everybody “in the loop” helps the 9,000 branches function as one, plus a little more. “It’s like working...
CLAWING AT SUCCESS: Lobster.com owner Andrew Rock had originally thought of selling his sought-after domain name before deciding to develop the e-commerce business on his own. /

A delicacy delivered fresh daily

Here in New England, we’re lucky enough to have lobsters on our restaurant menus, live in the tanks at our supermarkets, and for sale...
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