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THE RHODE ISLAND COALITION for the Homeless named its eight award winners that will be honored at its 30th anniversary awards breakfast on Oct. 1 at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS

R.I. Coalition for the Homeless announces 2018 award winners

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless has named the honorees to be recognized at its 30th Anniversary Awards Breakfast. The event, which...
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June launches busy food festival season in R.I.

Even in the heyday of food festivals in the first decade of the restaurant boom, it would have been tough to top the number...
COMPELLING DEVELOPMENT: The Row at College Hill is a mixed-use development proposal by Carpionato Group to build on parcels 2, 5 and 6 on the East Side of Providence in the Interstate 195 Redevelopment District, which would include 203,000 square feet of medical and wet-lab space and incidental office space, a business hotel with meeting space and restaurants. / COURTESY CARPIONATO GROUP

From repurposing former Benny’s sites to building new business hotels and...

As president and chief operating officer of Carpionato Group LLC, Kelly Coates has had a more visible role this year as the commercial-development and...
NINE PEOPLE will be inducted into the Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame on May 5.

9 Rhode Islanders inducted into state Hall of Fame

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Heritage Hall of Fame will induct nine Rhode Islanders at its 54th annual induction ceremony, its board of directors...
LISTENING: Miellette McFarlane, interim director of Real Jobs Rhode Island, answers a question at the PBN Workforce Development Summit. From left: Lisa Abbott, Lifespan; Damian Ewens, Opportunity@Work; McFarlane; Tim Hebert, Carousel Industries of North America and Trilix; Matthew Reeber, Pannone, Lopes, Devereaux & O’Gara; and Douglas H. Sherman, New England Institute of Technology. / PBN PHOTO/­PAMELA BHATIA

Summit: Growing talent pool collaborative effort

“No matter where you are – California, Dallas, Chicago – finding talent is one of the biggest challenges” to successfully running a business, said...
CYBER SOLUTIONS: Linn Foster Freedman, right, a partner with Robinson+Cole, looks on as Jeff Ziplow, center, ­cybersecurity risk assessment officer with BlumShapiro, answers a question during the PBN Cybersecurity Summit at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick on Oct. 31. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SKORSKI

Panel: Protect data before it is too late

The cybersecurity breach of Equifax this past spring, which unloosed the personal financial and identity information of 145 million Americans, “was a game changer,”...
THE PBN CYBERSECURITY SUMMIT took place Tuesday at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. Above, Jeffrey Ziplow, cybersecurity risk assessment partner with BlumShapiro, addresses the crowd./ PBN PHOTO/ MICHAEL SKORSKI

PBN Summit panel: Prepare for cyber intrusions

PROVIDENCE - The massive data breach at Equifax earlier this year was a hot topic during Tuesday’s third annual Cybersecurity Summit hosted by Providence...
INCREASED COMPETITION: Dr. Jason Spangler, foreground, executive director of medical policy and quality strategies for Amgen, speaks during the Oct. 5 PBN Health Care Summit about how Amgen is working to lower prescription drug costs by increasing competition. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Stigma of opioid addiction barrier to improving care

The stigma surrounding the opioid addiction is similar to that of the AIDS epidemic in recent decades, says Dr. Martin Serota, chief medical officer...
FOLLOW-UP: Sam Slade, center, vice president employer segment, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island, and Melissa Cummings, right, senior vice president, chief customer officer, BCBSRI, talk with attendees following the PBN Health Care Summit on Oct. 5. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

‘Creative’ changes to ACA possible, but repeal dead

Affordable Care Act reform is more likely than repeal, and employers should take better advantage of cost-saving, health-plan tools in the meantime, according to...
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