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Roger Williams Cancer Center offers advanced blood cancer treatment after federal...

PROVIDENCE – The Roger Williams Cancer Center has received approval to administer an advanced treatment for certain types of blood cancers. After completing a federal...

Five Questions With: Dr. Paari Gopalakrishnan

Dr. Paari Gopalakrishnan, Kent County Memorial Hospital’s president and chief operating officer, was named to the position in April after years of serving in...

6 R.I. senior living communities earn “best” U.S. News & World...

PROVIDENCE – Six Rhode Island senior living communities have received recognition in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Senior Living 2022 rankings. Capitol Ridge at...

Newsweek names Women & Infants one of nation’s top maternity hospitals

PROVIDENCE – Care New England Health System’s Women & Infants Hospital is among the nation’s top maternity hospitals, according to rankings recently released by...

Hasbro Children’s Hospital honors 2021 Brite Lite winners

PROVIDENCE – Hasbro Children’s Hospital 2021 Brite Lite winners were recognized this month for their work serving young patients. Nominated by patients and their families,...

Waterfront home sells for $2.65M in Warwick’s 2nd-largest residential sale

WARWICK – In the second-largest residential property sale in city history, a waterfront home in Warwick recently sold for $2.65 million, according to Mott...

Five Questions With: Gary E. Furtado

Gary E. Furtado is CEO and president of Navigant Credit Union, and recently announced he will be retiring after 44 years with the company....

App launches to reduce traffic, driving time in Providence

PROVIDENCE – An app designed to help drivers reduce their time behind the wheel has hit the streets in Providence. GoEzy, an app developed by...

Five Questions With: Pam Hanson Carbone

Pam Hanson Carbone is an owner and broker at Domain Properties in Providence, as well as a real estate licensing instructor who was recently...

Report: Median rent in Providence metro dips 4.1% in May Y/Y

PROVIDENCE – The median asking rent in the Providence metropolitan area is down 4.1% in May compared with the prior year, according to data...

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