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Sixcia Devine

AGE: 31 POSITION: Providence Metro regional director, R.I. Small Business Development Center; President, HDSC LLC RESIDENCE: Providence LIFELONG AMBITION: Wouldn't say FAVORITE BOOK: “Sofie’s World,” by Jostein Gaarder GUILTY...

Matunuck theater turns into a nonprofit entity

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – The Theatre-By-The-Sea, purchased earlier this month by Massachusetts theater and musical event producer Bill Hanney, is turning nonprofit. Hanney, who bought...

Autocrat gives 750 cans of coffee to R.I. Food Bank

The summer months are the most demanding time of year for the Rhode Island Community Food Bank, as poor children are not receiving breakfast...

R.I. women’s group honored by black police association

The National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers has chosen the Rhode Island Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women as the...

PPS awards historic property markers

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Preservation Society (PPS) today announced its historic property marker awards for the first half of 2007.PPS recognized buildings that have...
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed announced grants to Rhode Island to help the homeless and help clean up Narragansett Bay. /

Reed announces social service, <br>environmental grants

WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Jack Reed today announced nearly $500,000 worth of federal grants to benefit the homeless in Rhode Island, as well as...

Mass. landscape preservation series<br> adds guide to public-private partnerships

BOSTON – Preserving historic landscapes through the use of public-private partnerships is the subject of a new publication from the Office of Cultural Resources...
SINCE 2005, Fidelity Investments has sponsored a 'Wildlife at Work' program that gets workers involved in learning about and protecting the wildlife around their offices. Above, a stop on the Eastern Bluebird Trail at the Smithfield campus. /

Taking the scenic route to work

Fidelity Investments’ offices in Smithfield occupy about 10 percent of a 500-acre spread that is mostly untouched woodlands, forest, wetlands, open fields and meadows....

River council recognized as a ‘champion’

Citizens Bank of Rhode Island and NBC 10 last week named the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council as its 2007 third-quarter “Champion in Action” in...

Matunuck theater switching to nonprofit status

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – Theatre-By-The-Sea, purchased earlier this month by Massachusetts theater and musical event producer Bill Hanney, is turning nonprofit. Hanney, who bought the 74-year-old...
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