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BRANCH DEVOTEE: Sandra J. Pattie, the CEO and president of BankNewport, says the in-person experience at branches will remain a key part of the community bank’s strategy despite the pandemic pushing many customers to digital platforms. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Banking’s biggest challenge in 2021: Uncertainty

Sandra J. Pattie serves as CEO and president of BankNewport, a position she has held since 2012. She is the first female CEO in...
CAMPUS PRESENCE: The Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard, Providence College president, says the fall semester went relatively smoothly, despite an outbreak of COVID-19 among about 100 students in September. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

A lot riding on recruiting next freshman class

The Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard became Providence College’s 13th president after the Rev. Brian J. Shanley stepped down at the end of the 2019-20...
REV. BRIAN J. SHANLEY, former longtime Providence College president, has been named the new president of St. John's University in Queens, N.Y. / PBN FILE PHOTO / RUPERT WHITELEY

Former Providence College President Shanley to lead St. John’s University

PROVIDENCE – Former Providence College President Rev. Brian J. Shanley is heading to the Big Apple. Shanley, PC’s longest-serving president in the college’s 103-year history,...
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES across Rhode Island, including Roger Williams University, pictured, have overall kept COVID-19 under control on their campuses during the fall semester despite the growing community-wide surge. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY

Despite communitywide COVID-19 surge, colleges have kept virus under control on...

PROVIDENCE – As college students across Rhode Island are preparing for their fall semester final exams, local colleges have generally passed one very important...

Providence College Galleries, Dirt Palace partner to provide grants for visual...

PROVIDENCE – Providence College Galleries has partnered with Providence-based Dirt Palace Public Projects to co-found the Interlace Grant Fund to support Providence-area visual artists...
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE will move its semester-end online-learning schedule up a week due to the recent surge of COVID-19 in the state. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COLLEGE

Providence College switching to semester-end remote learning a week earlier than...

PROVIDENCE – Providence College President Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard said Thursday in an email to the campus community that it will move its semester-end...
WHEATON COLLEGE has switched to online learning until further notice after a recent spike in COVID-19 cases on campus. / COURTESY WHEATON COLLEGE

Wheaton College switches to online learning until further notice amid COVID-19...

NORTON – Wheaton College announced late Thursday that the private college will transition to remote learning until further notice due to a recent spike...
CRUCIAL CREATION: Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, medical director of community relations at Care New England Health System, says forming an independent committee to plan the state’s vaccine distribution will build trust in the process. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Slow-spending R.I. has two months to disperse $900M in CARES Act...

Rhode Island officials rejoiced when they learned in March that the state would get a $1.25 billion slice of the federal coronavirus relief package....

R.I. explores play for esports

Video games aren’t just a way for teenagers to avoid their homework but a more than $1 billion industry that continues to grow despite...

Smart Asset: Brown tops schools as best value in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Brown University once again is ranked by Smart Asset as having the best value for students in the state. The sixth-annual Best Value...

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