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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

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NYT: Dunkin’ Brands in talks to sell itself to private company

CANTON, Mass. – Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc. is in talks to sell itself to Inspire Brands, a private-equity-backed firm, the New York Times reported...

Rhode Island Medical Society announces 2020-2021 leadership

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Medical Society has announced new leadership for 2020-2021, including its president, president-elect and vice president. Dr. Catherine Cummings, an emergency...

Five Questions With: Dr. Robert C. Ward

Dr. Robert C. Ward, a radiologist at Rhode Island Medical Imaging, specializes in women’s imaging and cryoablation, a nonsurgical breast cancer treatment. Ward discusses...

PACE-RI, Delta Dental team up to offer dental services in new...

EAST PROVIDENCE – Plans for a specialized dental center in PACE Organization of Rhode Island’s new flagship center are moving ahead thanks to the...

MHARI to host town hall on incarceration and mental illness

PROVIDENCE – The Mental Health Association of Rhode Island’s series of virtual meetings pushing for an Olmstead plan for Rhode Island continues on Wednesday,...

$60K grant to support The Providence Center’s fight against opioid crisis

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Center’s Anchor Recovery Community Center is in line for a grant from the Foundation for Opioid Response Efforts. Funding of up...

Rockland Trust parent company reports $35M Q3 profit

PROVIDENCE – Independent Bank Corp., the parent company of Rockland Trust Co., brought in a $34.9 million profit in the third quarter, the company...
GOV. GINA M. Raimondo is encouraging Rhode Islanders to stay local for the Thanksgiving holiday and follow the guidelines above during family gatherings. / COURTESY GOVERNOR'S OFFICE

Do you plan to spend Thanksgiving with only the people you...

With positive cases of COVID-19 again on the rise locally and across the country, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo on Oct. 21 encouraged Rhode Islanders...
TAKEOUT: Red Stripe in Providence is a city neighborhood restaurant that doesn’t have a drive-thru, but it has converted its back door into something approximating one. General Manager Mike Marchezzo delivers an order to Bill Heindel, of Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Buildings with drive-thrus scarce on the market

The lap blankets, heat lamps and tent-like enclosures will only carry a restaurant so far in the winter. What restaurants really need are drive-thrus. Or...
Dr. Kenneth Wood / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Five Questions With: Dr. Kenneth Wood

Dr. Kenneth Wood | Executive vice president of physician affairs and chief clinical officer, Lifespan Corp. 1. In June, you were named executive vice president...

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