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Friday, January 18, 2019

In Their Own Words

RIMA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
John J. Grady says that streamlining permitting is a key issue. /

RIMA will fight tax increases affecting manufacturers

John J. Grady remains optimistic about the future of manufacturing in Rhode Island, although the executive director of the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association certainly...
Here in Rhode Island ... it is easier to problem-solve through relationships and collaboration. /

Correctional group honors DOC director

A.T. Wall, director of the R.I. Department of Corrections, has been named as the Outstanding Director of Corrections for 2008 by the Association of...

Five Questions With: James Karam

In June 2007, First Bristol Corp. founder and President James J. Karam announced the $17 million redevelopment of Providence’s St. Francis Chapel into a...
Susan A. Keller /

Keller tapped to head women’s leadership group

Susan A. Keller has been named facilitator of the Rhode Island chapter of the Women Presidents’ Organization. Keller’s responsibilities will include direct contact with...

Five Questions With: Melanie Delman

Melanie Delman, the second-generation president of Lila Delman Real Estate, has been posting her musings and insights about culture in Rhode Island on a...

Two Mass. cities eyeing waterfront development

For 25 years, Stephen C. Smith has been executive director of the Southeastern Regional Planning & Economic Development District, based in Taunton, which serves...
OPEN GOVERNMENT: Thomas Viall, RI.gov general manager, said business owners can use the Web site to pay taxes, submit filings  and report wage figures. /

Government more accessible than ever online

Tom Viall, the general manager of RI.gov, says many Rhode Island residents don’t realize just how many services are offered on the state’s official...
Richard A. Banks /

Banks tapped to head Warwick Citizens branch

Richard A. Banks has been named assistant vice president at Citizens Bank and branch manager of the bank’s new Stop & Shop in-store branch...

Five Questions With: Gloria Rose

The Wal-Mart Foundation last week presented a $25,000 grant to the Chad Brown Health Center in Providence, in collaboration with the Rhode Island Quality...

Five Questions With: Sara Czyzewicz

Sara Czyzewicz is a co-founder of Olive Interactive LLC, a startup company that recently moved to Providence from Colorado. Czyzewicz and her partner, Arron...
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