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Most-read stories during August 2017, on PBN.com

1. R.I. hospitals ranked by U.S. News Best Regional Hospitals 2017-2018 POSTED ONLINE: Aug. 8 Two Rhode Island hospitals ranked in the 2017-2018 U.S. News &...

Who Owns The Block?

Old Colony Road To Pleasant Street/Route 123 split NORTON 1. 421 Old Colony Road (1980) PROPERTY OWNER: Judith M. Cassidy, trustee TENANT: Bedrock Granite Co.2. 417 Old Colony Road...

Lists: Accounting Firms

Total number of CPAs: 465Re-ranked by total staff: 1. Kahn, Litwin, Renza & Co. Ltd. Total staff: 1802. BlumShapiro Total staff: 833. Ernst & Young Total staff: 75Want...
REGULAR COMMUTER: Andy Arsenian of South Kingstown is a regular commuter to his job at Bank of America and has seen few people on his ride since the R.I. Department of Transportation in July started offering free, daily train service between North Kingstown, T.F. Green Airport and Providence Station.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

The state’s 2012 bet on commuter-rail service has yet to pay...

On the 7:45 a.m. train ride to Boston, via Wickford Junction, Andy Arsenian sat in a comfortable booth seat, his tablet on the table...
FINANCIAL SUPPORT: Andrea H. Krupp, executive director of the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, works closely with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence, arranging endowments that fund diocesan-related organizations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Boosting Catholic giving

Andrea H. Krupp, executive director of the Catholic Foundation of Rhode Island, is a one-woman show.Leading the nonprofit, which has what she called a...
STEADY GROWTH: Ally Maloney, owner of Maloney Interiors LLC, has been designing interiors for yachts and some coastal residences since 2013. She says her business has grown steadily over the past four years. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Boat interiors are Maloney’s canvas

In many ways, Ally Maloney’s job is like that of any other interior designer: selecting furniture, finishes, cushions and upholstery work. The biggest difference,...
STYLING: Jackie Pace, left, director of Empire Beauty School in Warwick, watches as school educator Corrie Cagnon instructs student stylist Andrew Bretz. He’s cutting the hair of Theresa Perry, of Coventry, who has been coming to Empire for three years. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. reduces required instruction hours for hairdressers, cosmetologists

Prospective hairdressers and cosmetologists applying for a Rhode Island hairdresser/cosmetician license may have it a little easier thanks to a bill signed into law...
NEW APPOINTMENT: Jason E. McNamee, chief of marine-resource management at the R.I. Department of Environmental Management, will lead the R.I. Division of Marine Fisheries, which had operated as a subsection of the R.I. Division of Fish and Wildlife until a law passed in July elevated the division as its own entity.  / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

A dedicated voice for R.I. marine fisheries

A change in state law this year is giving Rhode Island and its large saltwater-fishing community a dedicated voice in local and regional management...
Bruce Newbury

Relocation of north to Dean Hotel a local restaurant-culture win

Owned by chef James Mark, Providence restaurant north announced it will be relocating to the Dean Hotel this September, replacing the current German eatery,...

Tribe, Ivy League Brown debate law, morality

On Aug. 20 approximately 50 members of the Pokanoket nation, an indigenous group that claims ties to Colonial-era Wampanoag leader King Philip, or Metacom,...
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