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Five Questions With: Shauna Duffy

Recently promoted to executive director of AS220, former Managing Director Shauna Duffy assumed the new solo executive position on Jan. 1, after former Artistic...

Hull to again chair black caucus group

REP. RAYMOND A. HULL, D-Providence, was recently re-elected chairman of Region One of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators. The group’s mission is...

Five Questions With: Maria Tocco

Maria Tocco is the owner and market manager of the Providence Flea LLC, a free, Sunday outdoor market in the summer downtown that moves...

Five Questions With: Michael Rudnick

Thought about your company’s server backup lately? Many of us haven’t. But ensuring your backup solutions are the best one for you can pay...

Five Questions With: Seth Magaziner

Seth Magaziner, a Democrat, is beginning his second four-year term as Rhode Island’s general treasurer after defeating Republican challenger Michael G. Riley in last...

Five Questions With: Linda Molfesi

Linda Molfesi is president of The Salgi Esophageal Cancer Research Foundation, which she and her family founded in 2011. The internationally recognized, Rhode Island-based...

Five Questions With: Lori Stedman

Lori Stedman is the marketing director for the Jonnycake Center of Westerly. In her role, she works collaboratively to build integrated marketing campaigns with...
HONORED SERVICE: Joe Garlick, third from left, executive director of NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley in Woonsocket, is the recipient of this year’s $50,000 Murray Family Prize for Community Enrichment from the Rhode Island Foundation. Garlick meets with Murray family members, from left, Paula McNamara, Suzanne Murray, (Garlick), Terry Murray, Megan Craigen and Terry Murray Jr., following the award ceremony.
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Garlick awarded Murray Family Prize

JOE GARLICK, executive director of Woonsocket-based nonprofit NeighborWorks Blackstone River Valley, was recently awarded the 2018 Murray Family Prize for Community Enrichment from the...

Five Questions With: Zachary Weinberger

Zachary Weinberger, a partner at Sprout CoWorking LLC, spoke recently to the Providence Business News about the expansion of the Providence company into a...

Five Questions With: R. Michael Murphy

West Warwick-based Dryvit Systems Inc. has its new, 120,000-square-foot manufacturing plant up and running in North Kingstown. Providence Business News spoke with company President...
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