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No reason to halt growth of charter schools in R.I.

Improving our K-12 public schools to a level approaching and hopefully surpassing those of Massachusetts and other states consistently recognized for educational excellence is...
ANSWERING QUESTIONS: Sen. Edward Markey, D-Mass., will be the keynote speaker at One SouthCoast Chamber of Commerce’s April 21 virtual town hall. 
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Editor’s Choice: Markey will be keynote speaker at virtual town hall...

EDITOR’S CHOICE Markey will be keynote speaker at virtual town hall ONE SOUTHCOAST CHAMBER of Commerce will hold a virtual town hall discussion featuring...

Proposed taxes on high-income earners draw pushback from business community

PROVIDENCE – Two pieces of legislation pending in Rhode Island’s General Assembly are aimed at raising taxes on high-income earners, something the state's business...

Editor’s Choice: Whitehouse to discuss American Rescue Plan

EDITOR’S CHOICE Whitehouse to discuss American Rescue Plan SEN. SHELDON WHITEHOUSE, D-R.I., will discuss the American Rescue Plan and how it will affect small businesses...
LADIES FIRST: Clockwise from top left: Katje Afonseca, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rhode Island; Central Falls Mayor Maria Rivera; Kristen Adamo, CEO and president of the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau; and Sandra J. Pattie, CEO and president of BankNewport, will be panelists during the virtual one-year anniversary celebration of the Women’s Business Council, hosted by the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce, on March 25. / COURTESY LORI VINER AND MARIA RIVERA/PBN FILE PHOTOS/MICHAEL SALERNO AND KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Editor’s Choice: Northern R.I. Chamber celebrates year of Women’s Business Council

EDITOR’S CHOICE Northern R.I. Chamber celebrates year of Women’s Business Council THE NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND Chamber of Commerce is hosting a virtual one-year anniversary...

Special election to decide fate of capital improvement projects

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s voters have been tasked with deciding whether the state will spend $642 million on seven proposed capital improvement projects. The total...

Legislators paint grim picture of economy, need for federal aid

PROVIDENCE – A tax hike and cuts to services and programs could be on the table if Rhode Island does not receive federal aid...
STAYING CONNECTED: Yoga instructor Jackie Hattoy leads a virtual yoga class on Jan. 21 at Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island’s Your Blue Store in Cranston. By the end of 2020, the health insurer had recorded 180 online yoga sessions and its video engagement had increased by 3,000% over the prior year. / 
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Wellness programs for employees gain strength

The most isolating year that many Americans have experienced has ended and another one has started. Amid all the forced-alone or family-unit time, companies that...
MAIN ATTRACTION: Bank of America Corp. Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan will be the keynote speaker at the Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce 30th Anniversary Celebration on Feb. 10.  / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Editor’s Choice: Northern Rhode Island Chamber to celebrate 30th anniversary

EDITOR’S CHOICE Northern Rhode Island Chamber to celebrate 30th anniversary THE NORTHERN RHODE ISLAND Chamber of Commerce will hold its 30th Anniversary Celebration. The event...
GOV. GINA M. RAIMONDO is introduced as President Joe Biden's commerce secretary nominee in a screenshot of the event earlier this month.

Has Raimondo’s blueprint worked for R.I.?

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Gina M. Raimondo says the economic-development initiatives her administration has enacted in Rhode Island will serve as a blueprint for the...

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