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LETTER OF THE LAW: Noah Kilroy turned his life around after he was prosecuted on drug charges and spent 18 months in federal prison two decades ago. Now he’s a lawyer and uses his life experiences in his practice as a criminal defense attorney. 
PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Lessons of his past prove useful in his legal career

There is a misconception prevalent outside of legal circles that criminal defense attorneys are seen as a sanctuary of trust for those accused of...

Newport man charged with arson after mansion fire, alleged carjacking with...

NEWPORT – A Newport man is facing multiple charges, including arson and assault, after an attempted carjacking on Bellevue Avenue and a fire at...
BRYANT UNIVERSITY was ranked No. 37 for best overall online programs in the U.S. News & World Report's 2024 Best Online Programs rankings. / COURTESY BRYANT UNIVERSITY

Local colleges’ online programs still among U.S. News’ best

PROVIDENCE – Four local colleges were named by U.S. News & World Report as having the best online programs in the country, according to...
NELLIE M. GORBEA, former R.I. secretary of state, has been named the new CEO and president of the Puerto Rico Green Energy Trust. / COURTESY FRIENDS OF NELLIE M. GORBEA

Former R.I. Secretary of State Gorbea to lead Puerto Rico Green...

PROVIDENCE – Nellie M. Gorbea has found a new professional home, which will take her back to her native Puerto Rico. Gorbea, who served two...
A STRONG ­RESTART: ­Tiesha ­Sinouthasy had to close her nanny placement agency two months after she launched it because of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, but when she reopened it several months later, people were desperate for her service.
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MICHAEL SALERNO

She’s answering call for many more nannies

If dealing with COVID-19 wasn’t stressful enough for parents of young kids, finding reliable child care during the pandemic was enough to give them...

Study: Inflation-adjusted R.I. visitor spending in 2022 reached 93% of pre-COVID...

PROVIDENCE – A new report by the R.I. Hospitality Association and a group of Salve Regina University undergraduates shows hospitality and tourism spending in...
SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY has launched its largest fundraising campaign ever, seeking to raise $75 million to support the university's academic and co-curricular programs. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY

Salve Regina University launches $75M fundraising campaign

NEWPORT – Salve Regina University has officially launched its largest fundraising campaign in the university’s nearly 90-year history. The private university announced Wednesday that its...
JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY next year will require students to live on campus for their first three years. / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Do on-campus college residency requirements limit student choice?

PROVIDENCE – Meeting new roommates, decorating one’s dorm room and making an acres-large campus one’s home for several months are all part of a...

Thrive Behavioral Health welcomes three new board members

WARWICK – Thrive Behavioral Health has announced it has appointed Sharlyn Martinez, Judith Drew and Yonatan de la Cruz to its board of directors. Beginning...
A NEW REPORT from Salve Regina University’s Pell Center for International Relations at Public Policy notes that most Rhode Islanders are concerned about the U.S. democracy and have trust issues with the news media. / COURTESY SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY

Are you satisfied with the quality and reliability of local news...

A new survey of registered voters in the state from Salve Regina University’s Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy notes “Rhode Islanders...
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