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BankRI’s equipment finance business gets new leader

PROVIDENCE – Paul Vecker will succeed 50-year veteran Daniel West as president and CEO of Macrolease Corp., an equipment finance company and Bank Rhode...

BayCoast Bank names new chief financial officer

SWANSEA – Marie Pellegrino of Portsmouth has been promoted to the position of senior vice president and chief financial officer at BayCoast Bank. Pellegrino joined...

Rhode Island Hospital honors emergency center director

PROVIDENCE – Dr. David Portelli has been honored with the Service to Hospital Award from the Rhode Island Hospital Medical Staff Association. Portelli has served...

Five Questions With: Jeanne Gattegno

As program director for Saint Elizabeth Haven for Elder Justice, Jeanne Gattegno is a leader in the Saint Elizabeth Community’s effort to protect seniors...

Southcoast Center for Weight Loss celebrates 15th anniversary

PROVIDENCE – More than 250 patients who underwent bariatric weight loss surgery at the Southcoast Center for Weight Loss in Wareham, Mass., gathered to...

Polaris MEP lunch and learn to focus on domestic-violence awareness

PROVIDENCE – Polaris MEP and the Domestic Violence Resource Center for South County are partnering for a program on June 13 that is intended...

Alzheimer’s Association R.I. chapter hosting multiple events in June

PROVIDENCE – Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 23,000 people and 53,000 caregivers in Rhode Island, and it is the fifth-leading cause of death in...

20 graduates from College Unbound earn bachelor’s degrees

PROVIDENCE – Twenty students have been awarded bachelor's degrees at College Unbound, a postsecondary school that offers classes to nontraditional students who began their...

Five Questions With: Dr. Doreen Wiggins

Dr. Doreen Wiggins, an obstetrician-gynecologist and surgical oncologist who focuses on breast cancer, is one of the founders of FRIENDS WAY, Rhode Island's only...

PCU announces $104,500 in grants from Community Investment Fund

PAWTUCKET – Pawtucket Credit Union's Community Investment Fund is awarding $104,500 in grants to 11 local nonprofits focused on providing academic support to low-income...
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