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Rockwell DuMoulin home in South Kingstown sells for $1.66M

SOUTH KINGSTOWN – A midcentury modern home designed by a famed architect recently sold for $1.66 million, according to Mott & Chace Sotheby's International...

Report: Some residents drop flood insurance after FEMA rate hikes

PROVIDENCE – About 1 in 10 Rhode Island residents have dropped their flood insurance since December due to the Federal Emergency Management Agency's new...
EASY TO UNDERSTAND: Amy Qu, a recent Rhode Island School of Design graduate, presents her redesign of the fentanyl test strips as part of the Design Beyond Crisis studio course in May. The redesign is intended to make the strips easier to use for people without training. 
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Designers try to devise better safe-injection sites

In Providence and Pawtucket, harm-reduction organization Project Weber/RENEW regularly hands out test strips that can detect whether a drug sample contains fentanyl, a highly...

New England Tech to launch new digital games institute

EAST GREENWICH – The New England Institute of Technology is set to power on a new initiative to help expand the digital game industry...

Former RISD interim president, incoming Bryant CFO Proulx dies

SMITHFIELD – David R. Proulx, a longtime education professional who was recently appointed as Bryant University’s new vice president for business affairs and chief...

State of Innovation: R.I.’s ecosystem for entrepreneurs shows resilience

For the developers of Pointz, a navigation app geared toward safer routes for cyclists, Rhode Island offered a wealth of mentoring and networking opportunities,...

McCormack named director of R.I. State Council on the Arts

PROVIDENCE – Lynne McCormack, a veteran arts, culture and community development leader, was named the new director of the R.I. State Council on the...

Former RISD interim president named Bryant’s new CFO, VP of business...

SMITHFIELD – David R. Proulx, who briefly served as the interim president at the Rhode Island School of Design, has been appointed as Bryant...
GIVING BACK: Whether training colleagues on new software programs or preparing high school students to pursue careers in architecture, engineering and construction, Tami Hughes, senior associate at DBVW Architects Inc. in Providence, relishes being a mentor.  / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Investing in young minds will set up architecture industry for future...

Business Women Awards 2022 Outstanding Mentor Tami Hughes, DBVW Architects Inc. Tami Hughes has always loved design. During high school, she began studying structures and creating three-dimensional...

Five Questions With: Anais Missakian

Through a collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Rhode Island School of Design, there is a new fabric in town, one that acts...

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