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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Education

AIA-RI awards five $3,000 scholarships to RWU students

BRISTOL – The American Institute of Architects Rhode Island has given five scholarships of $3,000 each to undergraduates in the Roger Williams University School...

CVS pledges $1.1M for Boundless Playgrounds

WOONSOCKET – CVS All Kids Can, a program of the CVS Caremark Charitable Trust Inc. and CVS/pharmacy, today pledged $1.1 million to Boundless Playgrounds....
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CareLink teams up with Roush & Assoc.

PROVIDENCE – CareLink Inc. and Wakefield, Mass.-based consultancy Roush & Associates Inc. have agreed to form a consulting collaborative to serve the New England...

R.I. seeks nominees for new wellness awards

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Donald L. Carcieri and the R.I. Department of Health yesterday announced they are seeking nominees for the Governor’s Awards for Wellness...
SPIRIT AND GLORY, the pair of bald eagles that have lived at the zoo since 2004, now have 1,000 square feet of Atlas cedars and other plants native to their natural habitat, encircled by a new stream. /

Bald eagles star in new Zoo exhibit

PROVIDENCE – The new bald eagle habitat at Roger Williams Park Zoo opened yesterday, just in time for the Fourth of July. The new exhibit...

Brockton, F.R get $0.49M work force grants

WASHINGTON – The states of Rhode Island and Massachusetts and the Bay State communities of Brockton and Fall River are among the recipients of...
BRUCE BROZNAN, founder and president of Trilogy Integrated Resources LLC,  explains how the Network of Care site works during an address last Monday to an audience of health care leaders. /

Making mental health resources more accessible

Mental illness can be a lonely place. It can undermine your sense of self, your confidence in your own judgment. It can be shameful...
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Cicilline set to cut jobs, hike taxes

Blasting the General Assembly for passing a state budget that put Providence’s own budget in a deep hole, Mayor David N. Cicilline last week...

Subsidy cuts will raise student loan costs, banks say

Middle-income American families will pay more for college if lawmakers cut federal subsidies to lenders, limiting children’s chances for education, student-loan companies said last...
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VNA leader recognized as Mentor of the Year

Nancy Roberts, president and CEO of VNA of Care New England, has earned the Dick Anderton Memorial Mentor of the Year Award. She was...

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