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"Above all else, housing is the first and most critical mission of Operation Stand Down Rhode Island. "

Five Questions With: Erik B. Wallin

Erik B. Wallin became executive director and general counsel for Operation Stand Down Rhode Island Inc. in Johnston in 2011. A native Rhode Islander,...

Humanities council seeks applicant

The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities invites nonprofit organizations to apply for funding in support of public humanities projects for the state of...

Tufts awards $186K to 4 R.I. groups

WATERTOWN, Mass. – The Tufts Health Plan Foundation has awarded more than $186,000 in new funding to four Rhode Island-based organizations as part of...

Children’s Museum tourney nets $46K

The Providence Children’s Museum’s 30th anniversary Allen H. Chatterton Jr. Memorial Golf Tournament, held at Wannamoisett Country Club in Rumford, netted a record $46,700...

TRAC leads school<br> paint job in Olneyville

PROVIDENCE – General contractor TRAC Builders led a team of contributors in repainting the William D’Abate Elementary School in Olneyville on in late July. “The...
THE CURRENT CONDITIONS INDEX for June was mixed but largely positive, according to URI economist Leonard Lardaro. / COURTESY LEONARD LARDARO

Mixed R.I. indicators point to good “small” changes in economy

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Paralleling economic activity nationally, Rhode Island performed significantly better than expected in the second quarter of 2013, according to University of...

Same-sex couples expected to boost wedding industry

Frank F. Chiera Jr. 42, and his fiancé can get married anytime they want in Salem, N.H., where they make their home. But instead,...
MOVING OUT: Marion Thayer, 69, and her husband, Rob, are moving out of their North Kingstown home and into a duplex condominium. Behind her, employees from moving company Astro of New England handle some of the Thayers’ belongings. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Empty nesters flocking to condos

Condominium sales are still soaring in the Ocean State, with the 55-and-older buyer a key catalyst, according to real estate brokers. Marion Thayer, 69, and...
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Five Questions With: Jim Berson

Jim Berson, president and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Providence, serves on a wide range of boards and committees including the Quonset Development...

Citizens, WJAR name 2nd Story ‘champion’

PROVIDENCE – Citizens Bank and WJAR-TV NBC 10 have named 2nd Story Theatre the second 2013 Champion in Action in the category of arts...
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