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READY-MADE: Good4u founder Cindie DeMello, right, with business partner and General Manager Tanya DiMarco. The startup provides meal-delivery services, catering and plans to open a café. / COURTESY GOOD4U

Premade food for fitness

After 25 years as a personal trainer and nutritionist, Cindie DeMello found the No. 1 barrier to clients’ fitness goals was diet.“They didn’t necessarily...
THE CASE-MEAD BUILDING at 76 Dorrance St. in Providence, which is being renovated into 44 lofts, is taking reservations for apartment leases. /COURTESY PAOLINO PROPERTIES

Case-Mead Building in Providence taking reservations for apartment leases

PROVIDENCE – The Case-Mead Building, which is being renovated into 44 lofts, is taking reservations for apartment leases, according to a notice from Paolino...
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Going behind the menu of 2 new unique R.I. eateries

“This is how my grandma made a hamburger!” Chef Kim Scarano sat in her new dining room telling the story behind what will be...
BANK RHODE ISLAND MADE a $3.4 million loan to help turn this building, at 259 Weybosset St., in downtown Providence, into six residential apartment units. /COURTESY BANK RHODE ISLAND

BankRI helps finance downtown apartment project with $3M loan

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island made a $3.4 million loan to help turn a downtown Providence building into apartments.The loan, made with Weybosset LLC,...
ALL 24 STUDENTS ENROLLED in the physician assistant program at Johnson & Wales University graduated on time and passed the board certification exam administered by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants for the second consecutive year. /COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY

All students in JWU physician assistant program graduate for 2nd consecutive...

PROVIDENCE –  All 24 students enrolled in the physician assistant program at Johnson & Wales University graduated on time and passed the board certification...
URI STAR: Walt Besio, professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Rhode Island and owner of CREmedical, secured $6 million in a National Science Foundation grant in 2015, a year after he earned two patents for a biomedical electrode that measures brain activity and can be used to potentially stop life-threatening seizures. From left, Jessika Decker, test subject and intern at CREmedical, Besio and Rachel Bartels, product manager at CREmedical. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO


Rhode Island needs more scientific breakthroughs to become a biotech hub,...

Rhode Island wants its own share of the biomedical-, technology- and engineering-based economy that has transformed Boston, and strengthened the competitive position of Massachusetts.To...
SOUTHERN FLAVOR: Adam Batchelder recently opened Smoke & Squeal Barbecue, a food truck specializing in natural, wood-fired smoked barbecue.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Culture, people led Marine Corps veteran to open BBQ food truck...

With a U.S. Small Business Administration loan, Adam Batchelder, a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve veteran who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and a Johnson...
SEEKING WORK PRODUCT RESPECT: Jennifer Space, an associate at n|e|m|d architects inc., and president of the Rhode Island branch of the ­American Institute of Architects, looks over some plans with n|e|m|d architects President Mehdi Khosrovani. Space believes local firms are bypassed too often for high-profile work. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

R.I. architects feel high-profile work too often goes to out-of-state firms

In a state that prides itself on world-class creative talent, it strikes some on the local scene as odd when high-profile design work goes...

Preparing students to be creators, rather than consumers

Today, computers are smaller, less expensive, more powerful, easier to use and more pervasive than ever. They are in our phones, televisions, cars, toys...
BANK RHODE ISLAND this month provided a $1.3 million mortgage to help fund the acquisition of an apartment building on the East Side of Providence at 132 Elton St. /COURTESY BANK RHODE ISLAND

BankRI provides $1.3M mortgage to help finance apartment building acquisition

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island this month provided a $1.3 million mortgage to help fund the acquisition of an apartment building on the East...
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