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BIF adds 5 board members, gears up for 3rd conference

PROVIDENCE – The Business Innovation Factory has expanded its leadership team with the addition to its board of directors of Lorne Adrain, Dr. Arthur...

The major issues deserve solutions, in R.I. and the U.S.

It is no secret that special interests dominate the state’s politics. It allows them to influence how, from whom and in what amounts tax...

R.I. students’ scores up in math, reading tests

PROVIDENCE – The latest National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) test results, released last week, show Rhode Island public-school students improved in math in...
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Stand out with great service

Dear Dan: When my bank recently gave me a customer service runaround, I was reminded of how vital it is to treat customers right....
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College clientele ensures off-season is still strong

John Fogarty, owner of Albie’s Place, a deli in the Kingston Emporium, says it’s like “night and day.” When students flock back to the...

Bank of America sponsors local PBS nutrition show

In recognition of Rhode Island Community Food Bank’s 25th anniversary, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation has awarded a $50,000 grant to help fund...

Colombian immigrant wins law scholarship

Adler Pollock & Sheehan PC has awarded its first $10,000 Diversity Scholarship to Vladimir Ibarra, a Colombian immigrant who is now enrolled as a...
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Making others look good reflects positively on you

After seeing my recent column about bringing out the charm in others, reader Ray Lauk wrote and told me about the first day of...

R.I. program targets minority companies

To Stanford Cameron, there’s no doubt that minority-owned construction companies and minority contractors aren’t getting enough work.Cameron, president of the Center to Advance Minority...

Rebuilding hope, and a bit of local history

Odd as it sounds, there is common ground between old diners in which people once shared coffee, eggs and companionship, and inner-city teenage males...
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