PBN takes two first-place awards in R.I. Press annual contest

PBN STAFF WRITER Eli Sherman, second from right, earned first place honors in the Rhode Island Press Association's annual journalism contest in the Investigative/Analytical News Story category ahead of the Providence Journal's Amanda Milkovits, left, Katherine Gregg and representing Katie Mulvaney on the far right, Journal Executive Editor Alan Rosenberg. / COURTESY PAUL J. SPETRINI PHOTOGRAPHY
PBN STAFF WRITER Eli Sherman, second from right, earned first place honors in the Rhode Island Press Association's annual journalism contest in the Investigative/Analytical News Story category ahead of the Providence Journal's Amanda Milkovits, left, Katherine Gregg and representing Katie Mulvaney on the far right, Journal Executive Editor Alan Rosenberg. / COURTESY PAUL J. SPETRINI PHOTOGRAPHY
NORTH KINGSTOWN – Providence Business News’ stories took first-place honors in two categories in the annual Rhode Island Press Association journalism contest, based on work done in 2017. In addition, with four second-place awards as well as one honorable mention, PBN earned recognition for six stories and one design effort in RIPA’s annual effort to…
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