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Sunday, January 20, 2019

CrossroadsRI honors Cicilline, Shawcross

PROVIDENCE – Mayor David N. Cicilline and Noreen Shawcross of the R.I. Office of Housing & Community Development were among those honored at Crossroads...
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RINLA establishes scholarship at URI

KINGSTON – The University of Rhode Island has received a $100,000 endowment from a longtime supporter, the Rhode Island Nursery and Landscape Association, to...
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ISM: Manufacturing expansion at 12-month high

TEMPE, Ariz. – U.S. manufacturing last month expanded for the third consecutive month, while the nation’s overall economy grew for the 66th month in...
'MY FAMILY and I will always be grateful to Citizens for helping us make our dream come true,' says Paula Cavallaro, center back, with husband James Cavallaro and their daughters, Amanda and newly adopted Anny. /

Citizens Financial is named No. 1 </br> Adoption-Friendly Workplace

DUBLIN, Ohio – The Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption today announced that Providence-based Citizens Financial Group Inc. ranked No. 1 on its list of...

Winokers to receive 2007 R.I. Humanitarian Award

The Denver-based National Jewish Medical and Research Center today announced that Jim and Marilyn Winoker of Belvoir Properties Inc. have been selected to receive...
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Newport Chamber names Business Excellence winners

MIDDLETOWN – The Newport County Chamber of Commerce today announced the winners of its first Excellence in Business Awards. They will be honored this...
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CVS/Caremark gives $2.5M<br> for health care reform

WOONSOCKET – The CVS/Caremark Charitable Trust today announced plans for a five-year $2.5 million grant to the R.I. Quality Institute. The institute is a collaborative...

Hispanic Chamber announces annual awards

PROVIDENCE – The Hispanic American Chamber of Commerce Rhode Island has announced the winners of its annual business and community leadership awards, honoring individuals...

Home-loan crisis seen as big threat to minorities

The event was meant to mark the 39th anniversary of the Fair Housing Act, the civil rights legislation that banned discrimination in housing. But...
JANESSA HERNANDEZ and her fellow third-graders work on their drawing skills in an art class at CVS Highlander School. /

Shared dream unites school, arts program

A $5 million project is bringing CVS Highlander Charter School and CityArts together under one roof, in a now-vacant building at 891 Broad St.,...
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