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Polaris MEP to host upcoming session on productivity, capital equipment

PROVIDENCE – Polaris Manufacturing Extension Partnership will host a free workshop on company productivity and capital equipment on Thursday from 8-9:30 a.m. The breakfast event...

Anna’s Kitchen nets 10 awards at spirits competition

BARRINGTON – Anna’s Kitchen LLC, maker of shrubs – apple-cider vinegars combined with organic herbs and fruits to make organic drink mixers, won 10...

WashTrust, Navigant named to Forbes’ ‘Best-In-State Banks and Credit Unions’

PROVIDENCE – The Washington Trust Co. in Westerly and Navigant Credit Union in Smithfield were the two Rhode Island financial institutions listed on Forbes...

Five Questions With: Mark McGwin

In his latest role in a lengthy banking career, Mark McGwin has been hired by Rockland Trust in the newly created position of first...

Report: Private market for student loans is ‘exploding’

PROVIDENCE – The private market for student loans has “exploded” in recent years, as there is now about $102 million in private student loan...

Bank Rhode Island hires Brito as new manager for business banking

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island has hired Joseph Brito as vice president/business banking relationship manager, the bank announced. Brito’s duties include developing and maintaining commercial...

Berkshire Bank pledges to advance workplace ‘diversity and inclusion’

PROVIDENCE – Berkshire Bank CEO Richard M. Marotta has signed a pledge for the bank to advance “diversity and inclusion” in the workplace. Berkshire Bank...

$360K in grants awarded in Kent, Washington counties for fight against...

PROVIDENCE – Regional prevention coalitions in Kent and Washington counties have announced more than $360,000 in grants to be distributed among 15 community organizations...

Five Questions With: Dr. Amy Nunn and Guillaume Bagal

A new clinic expected to open this fall in downtown Providence will offer primary care along with express screenings for HIV, sexually transmitted infections...

Ejnes named to American Board of Internal Medicine as chair-elect

CRANSTON – A local internal medicine specialist has been named chair-elect of the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Yul D. Ejnes was among five...
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