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HarborOne study shows increasing consumer support for small businesses

PROVIDENCE – Shoppers are more committed to supporting small businesses now than before the pandemic hit, according to a new survey by HarborOne Bank. And...

Five Questions With: Daniel Polotsky

Daniel Polotsky is founder and chairman of CoinFlip, a Chicago-based financial services provider focused on cryptocurrency that recently announced plans to expand its over-the-counter...

General Assembly approves changes to elder financial exploitation law

PROVIDENCE – Both chambers of the General Assembly recently approved a bill lowering the age for residents to be considered victims of elder financial...

RIHEBC awards nearly $100K to Family Service of Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. recently provided a nearly $100,000 grant to Family Service of Rhode Island to repair...

HarborOne to award $75K in inaugural pitch contest

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Bank recently announced its first-ever pitch contest, which will award $75,000 to one mission-driven entrepreneur or organization. The Cause Pitch Contest, organized...

Five Questions With: Jamie Worrell

Jamie Worrell is co-founder of Strategic Retirement Partners and managing director of its Northeast office, where he and his team provide investment advice and...
Stacy Levin

Levin appointed president of East Greenwich Chamber board

STACY LEVIN, branch manager for Bank Rhode Island’s East Greenwich location, was recently appointed as president of the East Greenwich Chamber of Commerce’s board...

A tricky landing ahead for the Fed

The Federal Reserve will likely soon learn what gymnasts already know: sticking a landing is hard. With inflation surging to a new 40-year high and...

R.I. man gets 3 years for cryptocurrency fraud

NEW YORK (AP) – A 25-year-old Rhode Island man who federal prosecutors say defrauded more than 170 people who poured millions of dollars into...

R.I. mortgage delinquency rate dips to 3.1% in February

PROVIDENCE – The share of mortgages in delinquency 30 days or more in Rhode Island was 3.1% in February, down slightly from the previous...

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