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TWO-FOR-ONE: Providence Tour Co. guide Kate Kelly, center, leads a Crime Cuisine Tour at Trattoria Appia on Federal Hill in Providence. At right are two of the dozen or so attendees, Tom and Marylou Costello, of Franklin, Mass.
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Transforming tourism to connect with city’s culture

For the price of a meal, you can take a walk with Bradly VanDerStad, founder of the Providence Tour Co., which he launched in 2018...
THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE has awarded six local nonprofits $300,000 in grants to help the organizations improve their infrastructure. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM

6 Providence nonprofits receive $300K from city to improve organizational infrastructure

PROVIDENCE – Six local nonprofits will receive $300,000 in total grants from the city’s Building Resilience in Nonprofits Serving Underserved Providence Communities program to...
STATE AND EDUCATION OFFICIALS present a grant to Warwick Schools at Oakland Beach Elementary School. The state has awarded 21 grants to local education agencies and nonprofit partners totaling $3.9 million. / COURTESY GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE

Local education partnerships receive $3.9M in ARPA-funded grants

WARWICK – State elected and education officials on Tuesday at Oakland Beach Elementary School announced that 21 grants totaling $3.9 million were awarded to...

BankNewport donates $5,000 to Federal Hill House

NEWPORT – BankNewport recently donated $5,000 to Federal Hill House to expand its Early Learning Center, according to a news release. The donation allows the...
TASTY CUISINE: BankNewport employees take part in an Italian cooking class as part of a raffle prize for those who donated to the BankNewport 2019 United Way campaign. / COURTESY BANKNEWPORT

BankNewport

PBN Best Places to Work 2020 LARGE COMPANIES 4. BankNewport Employees in R.I.: 270 CEO and President Sandra J. Pattie Questions answered by: Associate Vice President and Manager...
CONNECTED CLASSROOMS: Sandra Robinson, right, is the family preservation supervisor for Children’s Friend in Providence. The organization received a six-month grant through the R.I. Department of Health and the R.I. Department of Human Services, which it will use to expand parent and child access to culturally and linguistically responsive classrooms.
 / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Grants promote cultural inclusion

Culturally and linguistically responsive teaching is coming to more early-childhood education classrooms in Rhode Island. As part of a grant program through the R.I. Department...

DHS, DOH partner to award preschool-development grants

PROVIDENCE – As a result of a partnership between the R.I. Department of Human Services and the R.I. Department of Health, five health equity...
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