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Children’s Wishes Welcomes New Board Member, Ted DeNicola

Children’s Wishes welcomes a new Board Member, Ted DeNicola. A class of ‘74 Providence College graduate, Ted enjoyed a 35 year career at Providence...

Michael Seidler, MD, Joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a Radiologist

Michael Seidler, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. Dr. Seidler, who held a Body Imaging and Intervention Fellowship at Brown...

Alessandra J. Sax, MD, joins Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a...

Alessandra J. Sax, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. Dr. Sax held a chief fellow position in Musculoskeletal Radiology, as...

Natalie Howard joins Berkshire Private Banking as a Private Banking Officer

Natalie Howard joins Berkshire Private Banking as a Private Banking Officer. She has over 7 years of experience in Banking. She spent four years...

Cesar Fernandes joins Berkshire Private Banking as a Senior Vice President...

Cesar Fernandes joins Berkshire Private Banking as a Senior Vice President (SVP). He has over 14 years of experience in private banking providing banking...

Leadership RI Receives Largest Grant in the Organization’s 40-Year History to...

Bolstered by a substantial five-year grant from the new Papitto Opportunity Connection, Leadership Rhode Island (LRI) will expand access and opportunities for Black, Indigenous,...
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 RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH published a report on the 1,251 fatal overdoses that took place from January 2016 through June 2020 in the Ocean State, breaking down this information based on the types of jobs held by decedent, showing that 26.4% of fatal overdoses in the state took the lives of those in construction, maintenance and natural resource-related occupations. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

Report: R.I. construction workers hardest hit by fatal opioid overdose crisis

PROVIDENCE – Among all occupations in the Ocean State, construction and maintenance workers in Rhode Island continue to be hardest hit by the opioid...
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...
A lawsuit filed in federal court challenging the constitutionality of Rhode Island's Oct. 1 COVID-19 vaccine mandate was thrown out by U.S. District Judge Mary Susan McElroy, who said that claims to a religious exemption aren't grounds to stop the policy from taking effect. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ARTISTIC IMAGES

Judge shoots down challenge to R.I. vaccine mandate, dismissing religious exemptions

PROVIDENCE – A federal court judge on Thursday denied a lawsuit filed by four health care workers seeking to halt Rhode Island’s Oct. 1...

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