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Bruce R. Hrovat

Bruce R. Hrovat has been named executive vice president and director of operations for Citizens Services Group, the enterprise technology and operations division of...

Warwick sign company wins design awards

AA Thrifty Sign & Awning, in Warwick, recently received five design awards from the Rhode Island Sign Contractors Association. The company won awards for its...

Bradley Hospital docs listed among ‘best in America’

Six child psychiatrists from Bradley Hospital and the Bradley Hasbro Children's Research Center have been chosen for inclusion in the 2006 "Best Doctors in...

Providence Singers establish their first endowment

The Providence Singers' board of trustees has set up its first endowment, The Wachner Fund for New Music, established with $100,000 raised during former...
RALPH MANGIARELLI JR. sold the Johnston place where he has his fruit store last year and invested the proceeds in top-tier commercial properties outside Rhode Island. /

Investors finding there is prosperity in numbers<br> <i>Property ‘exchanges’ provide big deal...

Ralph Mangiarelli Jr. has owned investment property for almost three decades, starting with a small building in Johnston that housed his produce store –...
A VIEW from one of the Chapel View buildings shows how the developer integrated modern features with the now-restored ruins of the old Sockanosset Boys' Training School. /

Carpionato quickly fills new center

The transformation of the former Sockanosset Boys Training School into Chapel View, an upscale mixed-use complex with shops, restaurants, offices and condominiums, is almost...
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Don’t explain – just learn from past mistakes

Wealth management is messy stuff. The problem is that most financial matters are not just objective numbers on a piece of paper; rather they...
TOM O'BRIEN, right, manager of the EDS facility in Warwick, discusses electronic health records visuals with a project manager, Beth Perry. /

R.I. readies for online health data exchange pilot

The initial plan is modest: Create an online system that pools test results from Rhode Island's largest lab networks and prescription drug data from...

JRC reaches deal to sell R.I. dailies and weeklies

Journal Register Co. selling its nine Rhode Island publications had nothing to do with the $700 million debt the company has incurred over the...

Alliance aims to update, expand RIEDC offerings

The R.I. Economic Development Corporation and The Urban Revitalization Fund (TURF) announced a new alliance last week that they said will strengthen and better...
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