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DYLAN ZELAZO was named the executive director of the The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. on Wednesday. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HEALTH AND EDUCATIONAL BUILDING CORP.

Zelazo named R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp.’s new executive director

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. has a new leader.  The state’s largest provider of bond financing for health and educational...

R.I. Computer Museum closes on $25K loan for STEM, EV education

WARWICK – Electric vehicles will lead a new science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education initiative provided by the Rhode Island Computer Museum. The program,...

RIHEBC awards $70K capital grant to Thundermist Health Center

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. has awarded Thundermist Health Center $73,643 as part of its Capital Grant Program. The funding...

Report: RIHEBC bonds generated $2.4B in state spending from 2016-2022

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. has generated $2.4 billion in economic impacts and created 3,200 jobs based on the...

RIHEBC awards $92K capital grant to Lucy’s Hearth

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. recently awarded a $92,000 grant to Lucy’s Hearth. The funding through RIHEBC’s capital grant program...

RIHEBC closes $12.7M bond for expansion, renovations for Blackstone Valley Prep

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. recently closed a $12.7 million bond for Blackstone Valley Prep Mayoral Academy, which runs...

RIHEBC awards $100K grant to Mercymount Country Day School

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Health and Educational Building Corp. recently awarded a $100,000 grant to Mercymount Country Day School to help pay for...
CRAMPED CLASSROOM: Thornton Elementary School Principal Louise Denham sits in one of the school’s cramped classrooms. The building is more than 100 years old and is part of a plan to consolidate all four elementary schools in Johnston using a voter-approved $215 million school construction bond. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

A financial remedy for R.I.’s aging schools

When Johnston Mayor Joseph M. Polisena visits the town’s high school, it’s a bit like taking a step into the past – and not...

Brown University receives $87.2M in state bonds for new Brook Street...

PROVIDENCE – Brown University said it’s completing three construction projects, including a new 125,000-square-foot dormitory on Brook Street, with the help of $87.2 million...

New law expands R.I. Health and Educational Building Corp.’s reach

PROVIDENCE – Schools and hospitals are no longer the only building projects that will benefit from financing through the Rhode Island Health and Educational...
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