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KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Bristol Community College President Laura L. Douglas will discuss education and its importance to the business community as part of the SouthCoast Chamber of Commerce’s “Good Morning SouthCoast!” breakfast series June 19 at the Waypoint Event Center in New Bedford.
 / COURTESY SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Editor’s Choice: Focusing on education

EDITOR’S CHOICE: Focusing on educationTHE SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER OF COMMERCE will hold a discussion on education and how it’s important for the business community. Bristol...

Lists: Executive compensation in public companies

Just missed the list: 1. Eric A. Dorne, United Natural Foods Inc. | Total compensation: $2,222,083 2. Paul S. Green, United Natural Foods Inc. | Total...

Lists: Staffing firms

Total no. of workers placed each week on average: 2,142Want to join? For more information about participating or to make additions or corrections, email...

Northern Rhode Island Chamber adds job bank to website for members

PROVIDENCE – The Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce has set up a job bank on its website, in response to the demand for...

Westport River Watershed Alliance breaks ground on new headquarters project

WESTPORT – The Westport River Watershed Alliance held a groundbreaking ceremony June 8 for a project to convert an abandoned garage by the river...

R.I. to administer Uniform Bar Examination next year

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island will join 31 other jurisdictions in the United States next year in administering the Uniform Bar Examination, the R.I. Judiciary...

CCI drops again in April but economy still grows

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – In a second consecutive monthly decline, the current-conditions index compiled by University of Rhode Island economist Leonard Lardaro fell another eight...

CoreLogic: R.I. mortgage delinquency continues decline in March

PROVIDENCE – The March house foreclosure inventory and delinquency rates in the metropolitan area continued multiyear declines, according to a June 12 CoreLogic report.In...
COMPELLING DEVELOPMENT: The Row at College Hill is a mixed-use development proposal by Carpionato Group to build on parcels 2, 5 and 6 on the East Side of Providence in the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District, which would include 203,000 square feet of medical and wet-lab space and incidental office space, a business hotel with meeting space and restaurants. / COURTESY CARPIONATO GROUP

From repurposing former Benny’s sites to building new business hotels and...

As president and chief operating officer of Carpionato Group LLC, Kelly Coates has had a more visible role this year as the commercial-development and...
EXTRA MILE: Mary McBride, editor-in-chief of the UMass Law Review and a third-year law student at the University of Massachusetts School of Law in Dartmouth, says professors at the school go the extra mile to meet one-on-one with students and help them excel in the field. / PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

RWU, UMass law schools exceed new proposed bar exam standard

Representing a proposed new tracking metric, in March the American Bar Association for the first time compiled pass rates for Class of 2015 graduates...
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