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WILLIAM C. WALLACE II  has been named the VNAA 2007 Volunteer of the Year for his work in the South County area with VNS Home Health.  /

South County VNS trustee to receive national award

William C. Wallace II, a trustee of VNS Home Health Services in Narragansett, will be honored with the Visiting Nurse Associations of America’s 2007...

Genesis Center names Independent Man winners

PROVIDENCE - The Genesis Center, an immigrant advocacy group, today announced the winners of its first Independent Man Awards, recognizing businesses and individuals that...
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Memorial Hospital, Dietz share Heritage Award

PAWTUCKET - The Pawtucket Foundation announced yesterday that Francis R. Dietz and The Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island will receive the 2007 Heritage Award...

Workforce Board announces $1.3M in grants

PROVIDENCE – More than 4,000 workers across the state will benefit from the 69 grants, totaling about $1.3 million, announced this week by the...
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R.I. schools to get $3.1M more Title I funds

WASHINGTON – Title I federal funding of Rhode Island public schools will increase by $3.1 million or 6.7 percent in fiscal 2007, to more...

JWU to create Feinstein Technology & Design Center

PROVIDENCE – Johnson & Wales University today announced plans to create the Alan Shawn Feinstein Technology & Design Center, to benefit local nonprofits. Starting this...

F.R. Boys & Girls Club seeks matching funds<br> for $250,000 challenge...

FALL RIVER – The Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club today announced a $250,000 challenge grant that, if the club can raise $150,000,...
CLASSROOM and lecture hall space, faculty offices and a business incubator for biotech startups will be included in the 140,000-square-foot center. /

Amgen gives $1M as URI breaks ground <br> for Center for Biotechnology...

KINGSTON – The University of Rhode Island is breaking ground today for its Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences, a project to which the...

Continuity plans seen as crucial

The pitch from business continuity planning experts is simple: Companies need to prepare so they can minimize the amount of lost business in the...

Colleges take pains to plan for all possibilities

Charged with the welfare of thousands, Rhode Island’s colleges find themselves at the center of the disaster preparedness movement in the state, even being...

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