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Kyisha Threats, a 
teacher at the 
DelSesto Middle 
School in Providence, 
in her classroom. 

HEAD OF THE CLASS: Programs designed to attract more people to...

Kyisha Threats walks the halls of Providence’s DelSesto Middle School, where she’s worked as a teacher for the last seven years, saying good morning...

BankRI awards $95K in grants to R.I. nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – Bank Rhode Island recently awarded $95,100 in grants to 36 Rhode Island nonprofits that focus on hunger, youth education, emergency needs and...
THE R.I. DEPARTMENT of Education has awarded $1.5 million in AmeriCorps grants to 12 organizations to support 207 volunteer positions.

R.I. receives and awards $1.5M in AmeriCorps grants

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Department of Education has awarded $1.5 million in AmeriCorps funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service, RIDE announced...

Teachers need community’s help

As a society, we cannot underestimate the impact of teachers on all of our lives. Every day, teachers are shaping our future. But are we...
SECOND WAVE: Initially renovated in 2003, Rising Sun Mills, at 166 Valley St. in Providence, is going through a second wave of renovation for new tenants. Standing in front of the entry area are, from left, H. LeBaron “Barry” Preston, principal, Armory Revival Co.; Robert “BJ” E. Dupré Jr., principal, Armory Revival; Seth Zeren, director of development, Armory Management Co.; and Mark Van Noppen, vice president and managing director, Armory Revival.

Rising Sun Mills undergoes remodel to welcome new tenants

Four years ago, the departure of Dassault Systèmes from the Rising Sun Mills for a suburban site did more than leave a vast opening...

Investing in our public schools

The recent conversation around investing in Rhode Island’s schools has largely been focused on school infrastructure and how the state will afford these needed...
U.S. SEN. JACK F. REED has announced that several organizations in Rhode Island have been awarded a collective $3.7 million in AmeriCorps grants. / PBN FILE PHOTO

Reed announces $3.7M in AmeriCorps grants for R.I.

PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island received $3.7 million in federal AmeriCorps grants for Serve Rhode Island and several local service-oriented nonprofits according to a press...
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