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TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY will revive on a limited basis 'The Prince of Providence,' based on former Providence mayor Vincent A. 'Buddy' Cianci, in June 2021. / COURTESY TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY

Trinity Rep to revive ‘Prince of Providence’ in June 2021

PROVIDENCE – The record-breaking theatrical production about Providence’s infamous former mayor will be given an encore. Trinity Repertory Company will revive its production of “The...

Amos House’s mission built around supporting the community

PBN Diversity & Inclusion Awards 2019 NONPROFIT/SOCIAL-SERVICE AGENCY: Amos House THE YEAR WAS 2016. Three high-profile police shootings with racial overtones in as many days...
HEALTHY SMILES: From left, Jamie Oriol, field support coordinator; Samantha Bowen, director of communications and intern Austin Prario discuss their tasks at the American Heart Association of Southern New England in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Local chapter of American Heart Association is pumped to promote culture...

2019 PBN Business Excellence Awards EXCELLENCE AT A NONPROFIT: American Heart Association of Southern New England HEART DISEASE AND STROKE are among the nation’s...
HIGHER LEARNING: From left, College Crusade of Rhode Island high school adviser Agi Kah and middle school advisers Manuela Garcia, Victor Martinez and Eric Rossi have a conversation at the organization’s Providence headquarters. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

College Crusade of Rhode Island enjoying a high degree of success

2019 PBN Business Excellence Awards EXCELLENCE AT A SOCIAL SERVICE AGENCY: The College Crusade of Rhode Island THE COLLEGE CRUSADE of Rhode Island recently finished...
After a long career as a banking executive and four years at Brown University as chief development officer, Neil D. Steinberg joined the Rhode Island Foundation in 2008. He has served as CEO and president of the public charity ever since, leading a host of initiatives in education and health affecting communities across the state. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

We can all be civic leaders

Neil D. Steinberg | Rhode Island Foundation CEO and president Leadership is not an executive title. Leaders do not have to be anointed, trained or...
BAYCOAST BANK, one of its Rhode Island branches shown here, is one of the few banks in the area that openly court deposits from marijuana-related businesses. The Swansea, Mass.-based community bank decided to take the step nearly a year ago as more marijuana-related businesses were opening after Massachusetts began licensing recreational marijuana dispensaries, in addition to medical marijuana dispensaries previously legalized in Massachusetts and Rhode Island./COURTESY/BAYCOAST BANK

BayCoast accepts marijuana-industry deposits

Legalizing marijuana is one thing, banking on it is another. At least one bank in the area, however, is venturing into those waters –...
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT: Rhode Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce CEO and President Oscar Mejias, who is also a member of a steering committee guiding the state in determining how to best put the Cranston Street Armory, above, to use, says its reopening will have a significant impact on the surrounding community.
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RFP planned for historic armory

It looks out of place: a medieval-style castle of pale-yellow brick, towering over the modest houses and storefronts in Providence’s West End neighborhood. One of...
LEGAL ADVICE: Partridge, Snow & Hahn attorney Elizabeth Manchester chats with Sam Sylvester, vice president financial services at OceanPoint Insurance. Manchester was speaking at United Way about what nonprofits should do to ensure employees and employers don’t engage in harassment.
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MICHAEL SALERNO

Nonprofits need formal harassment policies

Nonprofit leaders are often so focused on the mission that they can overlook essential policies that underpin their business. Many nonprofit organizations lack the formal...
BIG IMPACT: Sam Salganik, executive director of the Rhode Island Parent Information Network, said the Affordable Care Act has made the biggest positive impact in the health care system in recent years. It’s been complemented by the state’s efforts to make insurance more accessible and affordable.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Reinsurance program helps curb premiums

Sam Salganik sees hardship cases of Rhode Islanders struggling to pay for health care. But he’s seeing less of it. “The state is making progress,”...
ON THE MOVE: Island Moving Company founder and Artistic Director Miki Ohlsen, with company dancer Emily Baker in the background. The ballet performance company is planning and fundraising for a new $4 million building that would include three studios as a black box theater and provide a home for its Newport Academy of Ballet.
 / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

Island Moving ballet works to connect

Masterful use of venues such as Rosecliff mansion and the tall ship SSV Oliver Hazard Perry has shaped the Island Moving Company’s relationship with...
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