Change has been constant in R.I. banking scene

PBN front page from Nov. 3, 2003<br><br><b>Fleet Rhode Island headquarters</b> in Providence on Oct. 27, the day it was announced the the bank would be aquired
PBN front page from Nov. 3, 2003

Fleet Rhode Island headquarters in Providence on Oct. 27, the day it was announced the the bank would be aquired
In just three years, a sign in front of a bank on Wakefield’s Main Street bore three different names. First it was Rhode Island Hospital Trust. Then in 1998, BankBoston, which had owned Hospital Trust for a decade, put its name up. In 2000, a big red Sovereign Bank sign replaced it. The same happened…

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