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THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION is awarding $130,000 in grants and scholarships through its new Black Philanthropy Bannister Fund. From left, Beverly Ledbetter, Linda Newton, Brendan Kane and Edward Clifton serve on the fund’s advisory committee. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

RIF awards $130K to organizations serving African-American community

PROVIDENCE – In recognition of black history month, the Rhode Island Foundation is awarding $130,000 in grants and scholarships to the local African-American community...
BRIAN JEPSON is a co-founder of technology group Providence Geeks. / COURTESY BRIAN JEPSON

Five Questions With: Brian Jepson

Providence Geeks and its technology meetups – rich with food, knowledge and networking – celebrates its 12-year anniversary next month. Providence Business News spoke...

Curbs to historic tax credit could hurt R.I.

A proposed change to the federal tax code could have outsized impact on Rhode Island, where historic but dilapidated mill buildings and commercial structures...
ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY'S School of Continuing Studies worked with Loud-Hailer, a digital communication company, on Providence2GO, a mobile app that allows users to connect with businesses or groups based on where they are, without always relying on a carrier service, internet or Wi-Fi. Providence2GO runs on new technology developed by Loud-Hailer called Buki-Boxes, above, which act as Bluetooth engagement points. / COURTESY LOUD-HAILER

Roger Williams University, Loud-Hailer pilot hyperlocal app

PROVIDENCE – Roger Williams University’s School of Continuing Studies worked with digital communication company Loud-Hailer on a mobile app – Providence2GO – which allows...
SETH WISEMAN, designer and development manager for the Rhode Island Mobile Maker Lab, will speak at this month's Providence Geeks event. Above, the 28-foot trailer that houses the lab. / COURTESY IYRS SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY & TRADES

IYRS Mobile Maker Lab to visit Providence Geeks

PROVIDENCE – For their October meetup, Providence Geeks will host the Rhode Island Mobile Maker Lab, a project of the IYRS School of Technology...
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Relocation of north to Dean Hotel a local restaurant-culture win

Owned by chef James Mark, Providence restaurant north announced it will be relocating to the Dean Hotel this September, replacing the current German eatery,...
THE PROVIDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY was awarded a $63,660 grant to catalog the records of AS220. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE PUBLIC LIBRARY

PPL receives $63K to catalog AS220 records

PROVIDENCE - The National Historical Publications and Records Commission of the National Archives has awarded the Providence Public Library a $63,660 grant to catalog...

With $205.8 million impact, arts economy is strong in Providence

Given the results of the most recent Americans for the Arts study, “Arts & Economic Prosperity 5,” it’s no coincidence Providence is known as...

WaterFire Arts Center to host FringePVD Festival July 24-29

PROVIDENCE – More than 300 individual theater, music, dance, multimedia and performing artists will be featured during Providence’s fourth annual Fringe Festival, FringePVD 2017,...

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