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JWU’s Exchange City awarded $100,000 grant

PROVIDENCE – Exchange City, an interactive educational and entrepreneurial project for middle and high school students housed on the campus of Johnson & Wales...

Health care reform must center on the community

The health care crisis we face is real, and Rhode Islanders deserve an authentic solution. Employers are being priced out of the system and dropping...
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Robin A. Zukowski

Robin A. Zukowski has been selected as director of human resources for the Renaissance Providence Hotel. Her duties will include helping the hotel's 180...
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Nina Saidi

Nina Saidi has been named revenue manager at the Castle Hill Inn & Resort in Newport. She will oversee the reservations department, including the...
REWARD FOR LOYALTY: Sir Fred Goodwin, group chief executive for the Royal Bank of Scotland, presents a ceremonial key (and the real keys, too) to Catherine Bolster at the Citizens Bank operations center in Cranston. /

Support technician wins car in Citizens giveaway

Catherine Bolster, an employee of Citizens Bank of Rhode Island for 11 years who provides colleague support at the Citizens Bank Technology and Support...

New Bedford still No. 1 in value of fish landings

NEW BEDFORD – The port of New Bedford has once again claimed the top spot for the value of landings of fish and shellfish,...

IYRS launching one-year marine systems program

NEWPORT – The International Yacht Restoration School is launching a new one-year program in marine systems this fall. The IYRS Marine Systems Program will train...

LIN TV scores with online Super Bowl coverage

PROVIDENCE – LIN TV Corp. today announced that new online features rolled out for the Super Bowl resulted in record page views and visitors. On...

R.I. 911 system reaches agreement with OnStar

NORTH PROVIDENCE – The R.I. E 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System Division’s executive director, Raymond LaBelle, this week announced an agreement between the system and...
STRONG SALES of Littlest Pet Shop items, such as this e-diary, were cited by hasbro as contributing to its record profits. /

Hasbro posts record $230.1M profit for 2006

PAWTUCKET – Hasbro Inc. today posted record annual profits of $230.1 million, up 8.5 percent from $212.1 million in 2005. The company credited strong...
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