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THE FATE of Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, pictured above, and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in North Providence is at stake as state regulators consider Centurion Foundation’s proposal to buy the company that operates the two hospitals. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS MEDICAL CENTER

Not everybody sold on the proposed Centurion hospital transaction in R.I.

Some view the Centurion Foundation’s proposal to buy Roger Williams Medical Center and Our Lady of Fatima Hospital from Prospect Medical Holdings as a...
THE ANNUAL GUN CRIMES REPORT issued by Attorney General Peter Neronha on Monday offers a breakdown of gun-related prosecutions in state courts through 2022.  PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

AG report: High-capacity magazines, ghost guns a problem

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha on Monday released the office’s required annual gun crimes report for the 2022 calendar year, the first...

Unions still powerful in R.I.

Labor unions may be losing power nationally, but they remain a strong presence locally, as a brewing dispute over beer delivery in the Ocean...

A strength test for gym contracts

The COVID-19 pandemic is fraying relations between fitness clubs, many of which are suffering financially, and some members who are enduring struggles of their...
RI ATTORNEY GENERAL Peter Neronha says he intends to go back to the General Assembly next winter and try again to get additional state funds so his office can beef up its Antitrust Division and concentrate more on multistate litigation against companies. / COURTESY/RI ATTORNEY GENERAL’S OFFICE

Spend more, collect more from AG’s office?

R.I. Attorney General Peter F. Neronha wants to be more aggressive in pursuing consumer protection and antitrust cases against big business, but says he...
BENDING BUT MAYBE BROKE: Rhodes Technologies in Coventry – along with parent Purdue Pharma – was the location of a February protest against its role in the opioid crisis, which was represented by a large spoon.  / COURTESY THE OPIOID SPOON PROJECT

Resolution for Rhodes, Purdue could take a while

This could be the year of reckoning for pharmaceutical companies over their sales and promotion of opiate painkillers, including a Rhode Island-based drug manufacturer...
CARE NEW ENGLAND and Partners HealthCare announced today the companies plan a definitive agreement, with an open-ended, exclusive letter of intent to merge.

CNE, Partners plan definitive merger agreement

PROVIDENCE — Care New England Health System and Partners HealthCare of Massachusetts have agreed to enter into a definitive agreement to merge, the next...
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