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Providence unlikely to fit Trump administration’s sanctuary-city definition

PROVIDENCE – The state’s capital does not appear to fit the definition of “sanctuary city” recently released by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, WPRI-TV...

Lists: Internet access providers

Re-ranked by oldest: 1. Verizon Communications | Year founded: 1870 2. Cox Communications | Year founded: 1962 3. (tie) OSHEAN Inc. | Year founded: 1999 3. (tie) Towerstream...

IGT fined $12K for allowing unlicensed employee to serve as board...

HARRISBURG, Pa. – IGT Global Solutions Corp., holder of a manufacturer’s license, was fined $12,500 recently by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board for allowing...

Providence launches new app to pay for on-street parking

PROVIDENCE – Quarters will no longer be required for city parking meters, thanks to the launch of a free app allowing drivers to pay...
BUGS BE GONE: Bob Larence of Cumberland, owner of a Mosquito Joe franchise, with his son Brian and daughter Christa. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Franchisee: Bob Larence

The franchise: Mosquito Joe | Cumberland The pitch: Outside is fun again. Years in business: Opened April 2017 Employees: 3 Cost to obtain franchise: $94,500 typical initial investment Before...
CHARTING A NEW COURSE: Theresa A. Baus, right, was the first head of the Technology Partnerships Office at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport, in 2006, where she works to share Navy-developed technology with the private sector and vice versa. With her is Mary L. Sylvia, strategy implementation director, USW weapons, vehicles and defensive systems department. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Baus helps military tech value find civilian use

What’s the connection between finding undersea mines and software that detects breast cancer?Theresa A. Baus could tell you. Both processes rely on a mathematical...

Bush puts a hand back for others coming aboard

In the business world there are managers who focus on company success. Then there are mentors who take time to focus on the success...
CHANGE THROUGH TRUST: Margaret M. “Peg” Van Bree, right, president of Rhode Island Hospital, does not micromanage staff while still making significant changes. Here, she meets with Dr. Latha Sivaprasad, senior vice president and chief medical officer at Rhode Island Hospital. / PBN PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

With Van Bree’s broad perspectives, hospitals win

Prioritizing her time, gathering robust perspectives and teaching others have helped shape Margaret M. “Peg” Van Bree into an impactful leader in the never-a-dull-moment...
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