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BROWN UNIVERSITY has launched a $300,000 pilot program, funded by the Barr Foundation, to strengthen retention and training for recent graduates teaching in Providence, Central Falls and Pawtucket. / COURTESY BROWN UNIVERSITY

Brown University launches $300K pilot program to assist graduates teaching in...

PROVIDENCE – Brown University has received a $300,000 grant from the Barr Foundation to help develop a pilot program to strengthen retention and training...
COMMUNITY GROWTH: Tomás Ávila, associate director for the R.I. Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, says that as of April 2022, minority-owned small-business enterprises have been awarded 15.3% of the dollar value of Rhode Island’s procurements or construction projects after not meeting the 10% mandate for years.
PBN PHOTO/DAVID HANSEN

New leadership, reorganization of state division has led to increased MBE...

PBN 2022 Diversity Equity & Inclusion Awards Government: R.I. Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Upon being hired in August 2021 as the associate director...

Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England honors Leading Women

PROVIDENCE – Six prominent women, including business and nonprofit leaders, and one elected official, were honored by the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England...

RIHEBC awards $517K in grants to 7 nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp. has awarded $516,946 in grants to seven local nonprofit health, education and community services, the...

Bristol County Savings Bank awards $20K grant to Pawtucket School Dept.

PAWTUCKET – An after-school fitness program in the Pawtucket School Department received a $20,000 grant from Bristol County Savings Bank through its charitable foundation,...

Nine nonprofits receive grants from HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island

WARWICK — Nine nonprofit organizations in the Greater Providence area received a combined $32,500 in financial support from the HarborOne Foundation Rhode Island for...
FAMILY FUN: Sharon and Bob Bowen, owners of the Sonic restaurant on Route 44 in Smithfield, with their son Robert “Bo” Bowen Jr., 5. Bo hands out coupons to customers and helps his cousin, Peter McMichael, 17, who is a car hop at the restaurant. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Franchisee: Bob and Sharon Bowen

Sonic Drive-In | Smithfield The Pitch: This is how you SONIC! Years in business: 1½ Employees: 50 Cost to obtain franchise: $45,000 franchise fee ($1,073,000 total estimated investment) Before...
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