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Rhode to Work open in R.I.

Where there is need, there is opportunity. For job seekers, that’s especially true in a host of local industries spotlighted in PBN’s inaugural Rhode to...
MICHAEL REIS, founder of Tides Family Services Inc., died Sunday at the age of 81. / COURTESY TIDES FAMILY SERVICES

Tides Family Services founder Reis dies at 81

PROVIDENCE – Michael Reis, a De Lasalle Christian brother who founded Tides Family Services Inc. in the early 1980s to help address needs of...
THE RHODE ISLAND American Civil Liberties Union Inc., the Rhode Island Center for Justice, the R.I. Department of Education and the Providence Public School District have settled a federal lawsuit filed back in July over allegations of students not receiving special education services they were entitled to.

Lawsuit over alleged lack of special education services to young students...

PROVIDENCE – A settlement between the Rhode Island American Civil Liberties Union Inc., the Rhode Island Center for Justice, the R.I. Department of Education...

Massachusetts launches free community college program

PROVIDENCE – Attending community college is now free for millions of Massachusetts residents.  Gov. Maura T. Healey on Thursday launched MassReconnect, her administration’s new program...
OPEN FOR BUSINESS: In leading the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program at the Community College of Rhode ­Island, Karina Holyoak Wood has helped more than 400 small-business owners take their operations to the next level. 
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Karina Holyoak Wood, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at the Community...

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Karina Holyoak Wood Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Executive director HELPING ENTREPRENEURS UNLOCK the next level of success for their business is...

Barbara E. Wolfe, University of Rhode Island provost and executive vice...

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Barbara E. Wolfe University of Rhode Island Provost and executive vice president for academic affairs BARBARA E. WOLFE HAS SPENT her 33-year...

Marianne Raimondo, Rhode Island College School of Business dean

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Marianne Raimondo Rhode Island College School of Business dean THERE WAS A TIME when Marianne Raimondo questioned whether she made the right...
CONTINUED GROWTH: Sarah Dinklage, Rhode Island Student Assistance Services/Coastline EAP’s founding director and CEO, has grown the organization from a seven-school pilot program to serving more than 55,000 students in 80 middle and high schools. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Sarah Dinklage, Rhode Island Student Assistance Services/Coastline EAP founding director and...

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Sarah Dinklage Rhode Island Student Assistance Services/Coastline EAP Founding director and CEO BRINGING OUT THE BEST in people both at...
RESPONDING TO COVID-19: Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Newport Hospital CEO and President Crista F. Durand helped expand the hospital that now has 29 beds, three triage bays, a consultation room, a results lounge and a four-bed dedicated behavioral health pod. 
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Crista F. Durand, Newport Hospital CEO and president

PBN Leaders & Achievers 2023 Crista F. Durand Newport Hospital CEO and president COVID-19 AND A DISRUPTED HEALTH CARE SYSTEM presented Newport Hospital CEO and President Crista...
GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE and the R.I. Department of Education announced Tuesday that 24 public school districts received $3.8 million in funding to support McKee's "Learn 365 RI" plan. / COURTESY OFFICE OF GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE

30 school districts receive $3.8M in funding as part of McKee’s...

PROVIDENCE – Thirty public school districts across the state received close to $3.8 million in grants aimed to support launches or expanding extended student...
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