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THE UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND received a $500,000 Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant as part of the institute’s Inclusive Excellence 3 Learning Community initiative to advance diversity and inclusivity in academic science

URI receives $500K grant to help support inclusivity in science education

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The University of Rhode Island became the beneficiary of a six-figure grant to help support inclusivity in science education. The university announced...

R.I., Mass gas prices drop amid falling oil demand

PROVIDENCE – The average price of self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline in Rhode Island decreased to $3.60 per gallon on Monday, 10 cents less than...
CHESTERTON ACADEMY of Our Lady of Hope will next fall open up a new Catholic high school in Rhode Island.

Chesterton Academy to open new Catholic high school in R.I. next...

WARWICK – Come next fall, the approximately 41% of Catholics in Rhode Island will have a new Catholic high school to potentially send their...

Biden sees economy avoiding recession, but risks remain 

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden assured Americans on Friday that the U.S. economy is chugging along in the holiday season, but the very...

Study: R.I. 10th-best state for millennials

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island ranks as the 10th-best state for millennials, according to a recent study by scholaroo.  The online scholarship finder gathered data on...

CFTC: Consent order entered against convicted R.I. crypto trader

WASHINGTON – The Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Thursday ordered a Rhode Island man now serving time in federal prison to pay $2.9 million...

UNAP ratifies 3-year contract with CharterCARE

PROVIDENCE – Health care workers at Our Lady of Fatima Hospital, Roger Williams Medical Center, and CharterCARE Home Health Services have voted to ratify...

ProJo parent begins latest round of layoffs

PROVIDENCE – Gannett Co., parent of The Providence Journal and other local newspapers, has begun a new round of companywide layoffs in its news...

U.S. hiring stayed strong in November as employers add 263K jobs

WASHINGTON (AP) – The nation's employers kept hiring briskly in November despite high inflation and a slow-growing economy — a sign of resilience in...
FEELING THE SPIRIT: Providence Place mall reported an increase in visitors to the mall in the first weekend of the holiday shopping season, placing the rise at about 3% above a year earlier. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. shopping centers feeling merry about December despite economic challenges

Crowded stores and stronger-than-expected sales have analysts predicting that the rest of the holiday shopping season will be a banner one despite higher prices,...
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