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THE ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION, Rhode Island Chapter has organized a discussion on the national fight against Alzheimer’s with the state’s congressional delegation.

State Alzheimer’s Association to host Coffee with Congress

WARWICK – Rhode Island’s congressional delegation will share their thoughts on a number of pieces of federal legislation targeting Alzheimer’s disease later this month...
BIG TECH companies like Facebook and Google are scheduled to testify in front of a subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee this week . /BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO /PATRICIA MONTEIRO

Opinion: Rep. Cicilline: Don’t forget about small businesses

Weiners are a Rhode Island tradition, one that my family has been a proud part of for 50 years. At Sam’s New York System,...

SENEDIA Defense Innovation Days to showcase undersea tech, cybersecurity

NEWPORT – Speakers are being lined up for the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance’s sixth annual Defense Innovation Days conference. The event will be...

Five Questions With: David N. Cicilline

A need for more accountability and government regulation in the tech space is an area in which Rep. David N. Cicilline, D-R.I., has taken...

Neighborhood Health Station to be dedicated in Central Falls

CENTRAL FALLS – State and local officials will be on hand Monday to dedicate Neighborhood Health Station, a 47,000-square-foot facility that provides medical, dental,...
J. GOODISON CO. will receive a $518,538 federal grant to purchase equipment and expand its staff. Above, J. Goodison Co.'s travel lift, the largest in New England. / COURTESY J. GOODISON CO.

J. Goodison Co. receives $519K federal grant for supplies, staff

NORTH KINGSTOWN – Local shipyard company J. Goodison Co. will receive a $518,538 federal grant to purchase equipment and expand its workforce, the Rhode...
STOREFRONTS: Journeyman glazer Michael Bennacchia of Chandler Architects works on the interior storefronts during renovation of the Empire Street wing of the Providence Public Library.

Training at heart of PPL’s new mission

The Providence Public Library, the grand dame of Rhode Island’s public libraries, is just a shell of its former self … literally. Last fall the...
DR. ELISSA JELALIAN of The Miriam Hospital will lead a trial community-based intervention program to help obese children from low-income families. / COURTESY LIFESPAN

The Miriam Hospital receives $2.5M for low-income child obesity program

PROVIDENCE - A $2.5 million federal grant will help a Rhode Island researcher determine whether repositioning an intervention program to help low-income obese children...
CRANSTON MAYOR Allan W. Fung, left, meets with Vincent DiPippo of Cranston after delivering food as part of Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island's March for Meals initiative. / COURTESY MEALS ON WHEELS OF RHODE ISLAND

Elected officials, business leaders deliver food for Meals on Wheels

PROVIDENCE – Multiple Rhode Island elected officials and Webster Bank representatives spent time throughout the month delivering meals to local senior citizens in need. The...

Whitehouse, Cicilline renew call for better innovation, infrastructure

PROVIDENCE – Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., and Rep. David N. Cicilline, D-R.I., are introducing the Innovative Materials for America’s Growth and Infrastructure Newly Expanded...

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