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Five Questions With: Brenton DeBoef

Brenton DeBoef is the dean of the University of Rhode Island Graduate School. He recently completed his first academic year as the new dean....

Young Woods Elementary pre-K program receives 5-star award

PROVIDENCE – Young Woods Elementary School’s pre-kindergarten program was recently recognized with a 5-star rating from BrightStars. It is the city’s first pre-K program...

Providence College introduces flex degree programs for adult learners

PROVIDENCE – Providence College’s School of Continuing Education on June 15 announced that it will launch flexible degree programs for adult learners. PC said the...

JWU designated as national center of academic excellence in cyber defense

PROVIDENCE – Johnson & Wales University recently announced that it has been named a National Center of Academic Excellence by the National Security Agency,...

Clark named new Southern New England American Heart Association executive director

PROVIDENCE – Michelle Clark, who has served as development director for the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign for the last three...
THE RHODE ISLAND Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School and the Papitto Opportunity Connection created a four-year partnership to expand diversity and inclusion within its music education initiatives. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA & MUSIC SCHOOL

R.I. Philharmonic, Papitto Opportunity Connection ink partnership to expand diversity initiatives in music

PAWTUCKET – The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School announced Tuesday at Agnes E. Little Elementary School a major four-year partnership with Papitto...

UMasss receives $375K match from local banks for student offshore wind programs

DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth was recently awarded $375,000 in grants from three local financial institutions to match a grant from the...

Seven Stars Bakery agrees to recognize union

PROVIDENCE – Seven Stars Bakery has agreed to recognize a union representing employees at all five of its locations, the local café chain told...

Georgetown dad acquitted in final college bribery scam trial 

BOSTON (AP) – A father was acquitted Thursday of charges that he paid off a Georgetown University tennis coach to get his daughter into...
A NEW REPORT released Friday by the United Way of Rhode Island and the Brown University School of Public Health notes that the rate of Black homeowners in Rhode Island lags behind the national average. / COURTESY UNITED WAY OF RHODE ISLAND

Report: Black homeownership in R.I. below national rate

PROVIDENCE – Even though approximately 3 in 5 Rhode Islanders own a home, the number of Black homeowners within the Ocean State is lower...

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