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Patrice Milos tapped as R.I. Life Science Hub interim president

PROVIDENCE – Patrice Milos will serve as interim president of the Rhode Island Life Science Hub beginning July 1, the hub’s board announced Tuesday. “I’m...

Southcoast Health Wound Care recognized for clinical excellence

FALL RIVER – Southcoast Health’s Wound Care has earned national recognition for clinical excellence at Charlton Memorial and St. Luke’s hospitals with a 2023...

Five Questions With: Kate Skouteris

Point32Health Services Inc., the parent company of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan, recently updated its prior authorization requirements for home health...

Wood River Health partners with PACE-RI to provide dental services to...

WESTERLY – Wood River Health recently announced it has partnered with PACE Organization of Rhode Island to provide diagnostic and preventative dental health services...

HopeHealth earns 3 Lamplighter Awards for communications work

NEWPORT – HopeHealth announced it received three awards during the New England Society for Healthcare Communications Lamplighters gala. HopeHealth received two Excellence in Writing awards...

Lifespan behind on financial goals; capital improvements to come

PROVIDENCE – Lifespan Corp. posted a $4.6 million operating income in the second quarter of 2024, but the state’s largest health system has some...
STATUE GUY: James Fennessy collected statues and busts from antique stores up and down the East Coast for years before eventually dealing his collection at Nostalgia Antiques and Collectibles and ultimately taking over ownership of the Providence shop. 
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Fennessy finds success dealing collectibles at Nostalgia

While his collection has dwindled, James Fennessy’s title as the “statue guy” lives on through Nostalgia Antiques and Collectibles in Providence. Since he was 10...

Stores divided on pot shop zoning

A proposal to allow retail cannabis shops to open in more parts of Providence has business owners split over whether they’d welcome those businesses...
WITNESS TO CHANGE: Ann Lancellotti, a retired nurse who spent 20 years working in Rhode Island nursing homes, says she saw a change in the treatment of staff and patients as family-owned facilities started disappearing. 
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Family-run nursing homes are quickly disappearing

Keeping a nursing home running is no easy feat, but it’s an even greater challenge for family-owned facilities to stay afloat. As nursing homes throughout...
FELINE FRIENDS: Jasmine Demers of Mad Cats and More, a cat lounge in Coventry, holds Zeus, while his sister, Athena, looks down from above. 
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Mad Cats helping felines find forever homes

Through opening the cat lounge Mad Cats and More in Coventry, Mark Demers and his family hope to help cats find their forever homes. Demers...
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