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By KOBY GARTNER A recent collaboration between Johnson & Wales University and Mentor RI has provided a mutually beneficial relationship that rebranded the non-profit organization and gave two students the opportunity to hone their craft. Kiara Trusty and more
More than 90 businesses will converge at Rhodes on the Pawtuxet in Cranston next Tuesday night for the Rhode Island Chambers of Commerce Business After Hours event, meant to connect businesses and organizations across Rhode Island. The main goal of the" more
Lt. Gov. Daniel McKee is confident that the more than 25 municipalities that have joined “hundreds” of municipalities across the country in a lawsuit against the pharmaceutical companies and … more
Programmed to learn Toll Gate teachers Dennis Dube and Adam Ricci, who both are volunteering their time to bring robotics to elementary school students during an afternoon program, have been getting some assistance from Toll Gate seniors working on their more
DiSanto, Priest & Co. recently announced the promotion of Partner Peter Gervais, CPA, CFP, MST to Director of the Tax Planning and Compliance Department. Peter's contributions and specialized knowledge in tax services for privately-held businesses and" more
Blum Shapiro, an independent auditing firm from Cranston, has released the FY17 audit of the City of Warwick’s financial situation, assessing for the 16th year in a row an “unqualified audit … more
Saint Kevin School has released the 2nd semester honor roll for Grades 6-8. Grade 6 High Honors with Distinction - Aidan Flaherty High Honors - Kevin Chen, Emily Furtado Honors - James Beaulieu, Jacob Coates-Hewitt, Leah Hernandez, Ian LeBeau, Allison more
By JOHN HOWELL Nathan Bishop had it all figured out. He had the money to pay his rent, buy food and buy a top of the line Jeep. Even with car payments, insurance and the cost of fuel totaling $1,900 a month, he had money to spare. Then he spun the wheel more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- The first of 20 roundtable discussions to assess what is working well and not so well in regards to the operations of the state of Rhode Island is kicking off at 6 p.m. at Pilgrim High School on Wednesday. more
Willene Colvin can tell you why, with the help of volunteers, she drives a Winnebago carrying as many as 40 dogs from Augusta, Ga. to PetCo on Route 2 in Warwick once a month. “This is my … more
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