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PEG LANGHAMMER will step down in September as executive director of Day One after 44 years. / COURTESY DAY ONE

Langhammer stepping down as Day One’s executive director

PROVIDENCE – Peg Langhammer, who has led Day One as its executive director for 44 years and, through the nonprofit, an advocate for victims...
THE R.I. EXECUTIVE OFFICE of Health and Human Services announced Friday the state received $2.5 million in federal funds to support children’s health services in local schools.

State receives $2.5M in federal funds to support child Medicaid services...

PROVIDENCE – Local education agencies across Rhode Island will receive $2.5 million in federal grants from the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services...
ROBIN COVINGTON has been named the new director for the Rhode Island Coalition for Elder Justice. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COALITION FOR ELDER JUSTICE

R.I. Coalition for Elder Justice names Covington new director

WARWICK – Robin Covington, who has more than 15 years of experience advancing initiatives that address elder abuse, neglect and exploitation, will now lead...
IN STUDIO: Alison Bologna purchased a 15,000-square-foot building in Pawtucket in January 2020 and turned it into a new home for her yoga studio, Shri Studio Inc. 
PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Bologna stretches for more with yoga

2024 Business Women Awards ACHIEVEMENT HONOREE: Alison Bologna Shri Studio Inc. founder and owner ALISON BOLOGNA’S GOAL for Shri Studio Inc.’s new home is to be...
THREE RHODE ISLAND COUNTIES have received mostly good grades for air quality in the American Lung Association's 2024 State of the Air report released Wednesday.

American Lung Association: 3 R.I. counties have mostly good air quality

PROVIDENCE – Three Rhode Island counties have maintained their mostly good air quality from a year ago, according to the American Lung Association. The association...
THE THOMAS C. SLATER Compassion Center Inc. in Providence was fined $10,000 by the state for making late payments to licensed cultivators for marijuana products and services. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ MICHAEL SALERNO

Local compassion center fined $10K for late payments to marijuana cultivators

PROVIDENCE – A local marijuana compassion center was fined $10,000 by the state for failing to pay licensed cultivators for their products and services...
THE DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. Community Center in Newport on Jan. 15 cut the ribbon on its completed $7 million renovation project that added more space to the building and expanded various services to the community. / COURTESY KATE WHITNEY LUCEY PHOTOGRAPHY

MLK Center unveils $7M renovations, expanded services

NEWPORT – With a quick cut of the ribbon on Jan. 15 – the day celebrating the nonprofit’s namesake – the Dr. Martin Luther...
THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION gave Rhode Island another mixed report card in its 2024 State of Tobacco Control report.

Lung Association gives R.I. another mixed report card on tobacco prevention

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island continues to woefully underfund tobacco prevention programs and struggle to end the same off all flavored tobacco products across the...
TRAINING DAY: Rhode Island Medical Imaging Inc. employees, from left, Alla Kapustin, Carlene Hervieux, Lisa Handy and Sara Anne Poirier, recently participated in an eight-week personal training program at the company’s on-site fitness center. 
COURTESY RHODE ISLAND MEDICAL IMAGING INC.

R.I. Medical Imaging’s office comfort includes working out and four-legged friends

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2023 500-1,499 Employees 1. Rhode Island Medical Imaging Inc. CEO (or equivalent): Dr. John Pezzullo, President Number of employees: 500 MAMMOGRAPHER AND X-RAY...

Going digital with wellness at Blue Cross & Blue Shield...

Healthiest Employers of Rhode Island 2023 500-1,499 Employees 3. Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island CEO (or equivalent): Martha L. Wofford, CEO and...
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