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REIMAGINING WORK: The Citizens Financial Group campus in Johnston just passed its one-year anniversary, and its design and amenities have increased worker interaction, says the company. Plenty of windows lighten the mood for Louise Corrigan, left, vice president of lease administration, and Melissa Abatiello, portfolio specialist.
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New campus amenities can recharge employees

With the completion of electrical systems at Citizens Financial Group Inc.’s campus in Johnston, work on the new buildings is now done, about a...
CARRYING A COMPANY: RISD graduate Michael Harris has founded Grayman Studios, a consulting company for producers of luggage and other soft goods.
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After school, he made travel his new career path

After graduating in 1997 from the Rhode Island School of Design, Michael Harris pursued a career that took him to luggage manufacturer and retailer...
THREADING A NEW NEEDLE: Ocean State Innovations uses a novel approach to find success in the textile industry, thanks in large part to ownership partner Ben L. Galpen, left, and Edward W. Ricci II, CEO and partner.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Redefining the role of middleman in the textile market

Ocean State Innovations in Portsmouth is putting a modern spin on Rhode Island’s storied textile industry. Once a powerhouse, local textile companies today are...
Bruce Newbury

Strong food system supports R.I.’s economy, culture, people

Rhode Island is known for its food. The state’s reputation goes beyond our excellent eateries. The local food industry is often cited as an...
COMPOST CENTRAL: Jayne Merner Senecal, owner of Earth Care Farm in Charlestown, the largest commercial-scale licensed composting facility in the state, with Jeff Glover, farm support, who is holding a grabber and bucket that he uses to clean the piles of unwanted items. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Does Rhode Island have right approach on food waste?

Tucked in a residential neighborhood of mostly rural Charlestown is the state’s largest commercial-scale compost-processing facility.Second-generation Earth Care Farm owner Jayne Merner Senecal, whose...

Providence’s neighborhoods in the spotlight with new online guides

On a sunny, June afternoon, two women stop to greet one another – one entering, one exiting Seven Stars Bakery on Hope Street, on...
AGE-OLD FAVORITE: Joann Carlson, owner of Jo’s American Bistro in ­Newport, hold’s a plate of the restaurant’s famous fish and chips, a 50-year-old family recipe. / PBN PHOTO/KATE WHITNEY LUCEY

Perennial dishes drawing tourists, new customers to R.I. eateries

For $19.95, diners at Jo’s American Bistro in Newport can order a 50-year-old fish and chips recipe and experience a taste of the city...
HOPE & MAIN and Crave Food Systems have launched an app to help local people buy local food.

Hope & Main serves up high-tech method to purchase local food

WARREN – Food-business incubator Hope & Main is bringing its small businesses online.The group has teamed up with Providence-based food-technology company Crave Food Systems...
Bruce Newbury

JWU, RIDOH lead state efforts in food sustainability, waste and recovery

Rhode Island chefs and food purveyors are well-known for working with local farmers to source sustainable ingredients. The next steps in this food evolution...
URI announced the establishment of a new Food Center on its South Kingstown campus, which will act as a central resource for those involved in the state's food sector. / COURTESY URI COOPERATIVE EXTENSION

URI taps local food sector, establishes culinary resource center

PROVIDENCE - The profile of the food industry in Rhode Island has  grown in recent years and the University of Rhode Island is joining...
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