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SHOT IN THE ARM: Moises Fortes of Pawtucket receives the COVID-19 vaccine from registered nurse Lenny Cioe, while Dr. Cristina Pacheco, chief medical officer for Blackstone Valley Community Health Inc., supervises vaccine administration at Blackstone Valley’s Central Falls location. The organization will receive $4 million from the American Rescue Plan to help keep services going. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. health centers get crucial cash injection

Karen Mazzola had tears in her eyes when she administered Thundermist Health Center’s first COVID-19 vaccine shot late last year. “I was just overwhelmed with...

RIHEBC awards $517K in grants to 7 nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp. has awarded $516,946 in grants to seven local nonprofit health, education and community services, the...

HarborOne Bank donates $125,000 to local nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Bank recently donated a total of $125,000 to 35 nonprofit partners in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, according to a news release. The...
THE RHODE ISLAND Foundation awarded $3.7 million in grants to 34 behavioral health nonprofit organizations through its COVID-19 Behavioral Health Fund. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

34 behavioral health nonprofits receive $3.7M from R.I. Foundation

PROVIDENCE – Approximately $3.7 million in grants were issued to 34 nonprofit behavioral health organizations by the Rhode Island Foundation through its COVID-19 Behavioral...

HarborOne Foundation R.I. awards $92K in grants to Ocean State nonprofits

WARWICK – HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island announced March 17 that it will present a total of $92,500 to 14 local nonprofits for their work...

HarborOne Bank gives $92,500 to 14 R.I. nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island, the charitable arm of HarborOne Bank, recently gave $92,500 in grants to 14 local nonprofits, according to a...

Bank donates food baskets to help feed families at Thanksgiving

WEST WARWICK – Centreville Bank concluded its annual Thanksgiving food drive and collected enough items for 21 gift baskets, the bank announced. Each of the...
INVOLVED: Jim Boscov is the chairman and CEOALTERNATIVE SERVICES: The Providence Place mall has evolved to compete with online shopping and e-retailers by adding alternative services such as the CycleBar cycling studio and renting space to Comprehensive Community Action Program for a “skills center” that offers computer and language classes, as well as job-training workshops.   / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

New stores help Providence Place evolve

To many, the closure of Nordstrom at Providence Place mall was a disheartening blow for the capital city, and further proof online shopping is...

R.I. Foundation awards nearly $280K to improve health of Rhode Islanders

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Foundation has awarded almost $280,000 in grants to five local organizations to help improve the primary health care system...

PCU announces $104,500 in grants from Community Investment Fund

PAWTUCKET – Pawtucket Credit Union's Community Investment Fund is awarding $104,500 in grants to 11 local nonprofits focused on providing academic support to low-income...

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