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12 Providence workers let go for noncompliance with COVID-19 vaccine or...

PROVIDENCE – A dozen part-time workers have been let go from their jobs with the city for failing to comply with COVID-19 vaccination or...
GOV. DANIEL J. MCKEE OUTLINED PLANS to vaccinate 80,000 children between 5 and 11 years old for COVID-19 in Rhode Island during a press conference on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, at Providence Children's Museum. / PBN FILE PHOTO

McKee: COVID-19 vaccines for kids under 12 coming to R.I. within...

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee and the R.I. Department of Health are outlining plans to vaccinate 80,000 children between 5 and 11 years...
THE 158,400-SQUARE-FOOT PRINTING PLANT used by the Providence Journal was put up for sale by parent company Gannett Co., in a leaseback package with an asking price of $8 million. / COURTESY BELLCORNERSTONE

Providence Journal printing facility listed for $8M

PROVIDENCE – The 158,400-square-foot printing plant used by The Providence Journal was put up for sale by parent company Gannett Co., as part of...
Lee Fenton, the newly appointed chief executive officer of Bally's Corp., who formerly ran Gamesys before it was acquired by the Providence-based company, said the company's new focus on online gaming won't take away from land-based casino operations. / COURTESY BALLY'S CORP.

Bally’s new CEO: Online gambling to complement casino operations, not hurt...

PROVIDENCE – As locally based Bally's Corp. realigns itself to become a digital-first leader of the U.S. gambling market in the wake of a...
Community Music Works received approval from the City Plan Commission for its preliminary design of a new, 22,000-square-foot, 2-story music school and performance space at 1326 Westminster St. in Providence. / COURTESY CITY PLAN COMMISSION

Community Music Works plans approved for new, 2-story music school on...

PROVIDENCE – Plans to construct a 2-story, 22,000-square-foot music school and performance space on Federal Hill, with a mission of bringing creative arts to...
PACE Organization of Rhode Island opened its new combination headquarters, health clinic and adult day center on Thursday morning at 10 Tripps Lane in East Providence, a 60,000-square-foot building that was formerly a bank operations office. / COURTESY PACE-RI

PACE-RI invests $10.5M in new East Providence facility, fueling expansion

PROVIDENCE – A nonprofit dedicated to providing Rhode Island’s elder population with adult day center services – keeping clients out of nursing homes and reducing the...
A FINAL DESIGN for the first phase of the $48 million mixed-income housing project proposed by the Philadelphia-based Pennrose on Parcel 9 got a unanimous vote of approval from members of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission during a meeting held outdoors on Monday at Innovation District Park. / RENDERING COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT.

$48 million Parcel 9 plans approved, public questions reduced parking

PROVIDENCE – Some city residents questioned the sense of having minimal parking as part of the plans for a $48 million mixed-income housing project...
I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT COMMISSION CHAIRMAN Robert Davis, left, Executive Director Caroline Skuncik, center, and other commission members listened Monday to three presentations from real estate development groups seeking to build six-story, mixed-use apartment buildings on Parcel 2 in Providence. / PBN PHOTO/MARC LAROCQUE

I-195 district delays Parcel 2 input after multimillion-dollar plans presented

PROVIDENCE – Under a large tent as the sun was setting on Innovation District Park, three Boston-based real estate development teams did their best...
FOUNDED 35 YEARS AGO to help other organizations develop their medical devices, the Providence-based Ximedica was recently acquired by the Summit Partners-backed Veranex to provide end-to-end, concept-through-commercialization services. / Courtesy of Veranex.

Providence-based Ximedica acquired by medical technology pipeline service

PROVIDENCE – Ximedica, founded 35 years ago to help other organizations develop their medical devices, was recently acquired by a newly formed North Carolina...
THE LARGEST HOSPICE provider in Rhode Island, HopeHealth, announced on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, that it is has merged with the Attleboro-based Community VNA, absorbing the Massachusetts nonprofit as part of an affiliation deal. Community VNA will now be known as HopeHealth Community VNA. This image shows the main office for Community VNA at 10 Emory St. in Attleboro. / COURTESY HOPEHEALTH

HopeHealth absorbs Community VNA in nonprofit merger

PROVIDENCE – The Providence-based HopeHealth, the largest hospice provider in Rhode Island, is absorbing a fellow Massachusetts nonprofit Community VNA, combining their forces to...

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