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Kilmartin again tries to ban cell phones in cars

PROVIDENCE – House Majority Whip Peter F. Kilmartin, D-Pawtucket, has again filed legislation to ban the use of non-hands-free cellular phones by drivers on...

Hospitals boost offerings in alternative medicine

PROVIDENCE - The Miriam Hospital has integrated a complementary medicine program into its cancer treatment center, aiming to reduce side effects and thereby enhance...

South County set to open new orthopedics center

WAKEFIELD - South County Hospital’s new Center for Orthopedics, which has been under construction since mid-September, is almost ready, the hospital says. It is...

USPS facility commits to environmental upgrades

PROVIDENCE – The vehicle maintenance facility of the U.S. Postal Service in Providence has joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Environmental Performance Track,...

AHRQ, Ad Council start national PSA campaign

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and The Advertising Council this month launched a...
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Proposed child care cuts</br> would hurt R.I. work force

It’s difficult to imagine a better return on a public investment than the positive outcomes that have been achieved for children, working parents and...

Verizon wireless a speedy solution for customers

To the editor, In the February 26 issue of Providence Business News, Verizon Wireless was pleased to see reporting of the company’s latest wireless...

Too many employees working for the state

To the editor, Your Top List ranking of Rhode Island employers on March 5 lists state government, with 16,000, as the largest by far...
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Nine signs of an overly political organization

At a time when government seems to be overrun by “political” roadblocks, remember the same issues that cause problems there – selfishness, greed, petty...

Rite Care churn gives state black eye

The federal government has given Rhode Island – and the rest of the country – a budgetary gift. Because of stricter requirements to...
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