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Former alternative school finance director accused of embezzling $3M

PROVIDENCE – R.I. State Police arrested a former alternative school finance director Sept. 20 on charges he embezzled $3 million for personal use. Nathan Kaufman,...

RIPTA launches fare-free pilot program on R-Line

PROVIDENCE – Public transit riders can now ride one of Rhode Island's most popular bus routes free for one year. R.I. Public Transit Authority on...

2 Mass. men sentenced on ghost gun, drug, firearms charges

PROVIDENCE – Two Massachusetts men were sentenced to serve three years each after pleading guilty to possessing a ghost gun and drug and firearms...

5 R.I. landlords sued for lead poisoning violations

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Neronha on Monday filed lawsuits against five Rhode Island landlords for failing to properly respond to lead poisoning...

R.I. awards $5M to revitalize properties in Providence, Central Falls

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee on Friday said more than $5 million will be used to revitalize blighted and vacant properties in the...

RIPTA launches free bus service out of Central Falls

CENTRAL FALLS - Public transit riders out of Central Falls can take the bus for free under a state pilot program that started Monday. Gov....

Centreville Bank awards $424,600 in grants to 17 R.I., Conn. organizations

WEST WARWICK - Centreville Bank through its charitable foundation recently announced $424,600 in grants for 17 organizations in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Rhode Island recipients...
THE QUONSET BUSINESS PARK entities employed 11,439 workers on site in 2018. / COURTESY QUONSET DEVELOPMENT CORP.

Cities, RIMA look to increase transportation to manufacturing jobs

WOONSOCKET – With manufacturing job openings surpassing demand from qualified candidates, Woonsocket, Central Falls and Pawtucket are teaming with the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association...
ALL-IN: Christine Soave Crum, left, owner of Gentry Moving and Storage in Cranston, accepts a delivery of office furniture from Don Erickson of Aspen Transport Service. Crum worked full time as a teacher when she founded the moving company with a partner in 2005 but now focuses all of her attention on Gentry.  / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Gentry Moving’s Crum’s energy, adaptability are packed, ready to go

PBN Business 2021 Women Awards Achievement Honoree: Christine Soave Crum, Gentry Inc. CONSIDERING CHRISTINE SOAVE CRUM’S high-energy approach to work and life, it’s fitting that...

Tiny Central Falls, battered by the virus, tells its stories

CENTRAL FALLS (AP) — The beleaguered people of this tiny city moved quickly through the high school gym’s injection stations and then to rest...
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