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KITE Architects recently announced that its renovation of a Prospect Street residence in Providence has been awarded “Best Remodel” in the Marvin Windows and Doors Architects Challenge 2016. more
PAWTUCKET – A photographic exhibit at Pawtucket City Hall will showcase the architectural importance of City Hall’s iconic art deco tower, which dates to the 1930s and is clearly visible from Interstate 95. The exhibit is part of the City Hall Gallery Series produced by the Pawtucket Advisory Commission on Arts & Culture and the Preservation Society of Pawtucket. more
Ruben D. Ogando and his brother Reymond were born in the Dominican Republic, where their mother made them learn to tailor growing up. Thirty-three years ago, Reymond started a tailoring and laundromat company in Providence. Ruben, who first … more
IT SERVICES Hale and hearty at 200 years old in 2017, the Claflin Co. has a firm footing in its future, providing innovative supply solutions to health care providers. Claflin's customers include some of New England's largest … more
Marco P. Uriati has been named chief operating officer of the Arpin Group. He currently serves as chief legal officer and will retain both titles. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and philosophy from the University of Rhode Island and J.D. … more
Providence-based Cathedral Development is moving forward with plans to build a 40-unit apartment building on vacant land in Federal Hill. more
Phyllis Brunner has returned to Woodard & Curran as president of consulting. She returns after 16 years at Brown and Caldwell, where she served as west regional manager and senior consultant. Brunner holds a B.A. in geology from the University of … more
Dennis McLaughlin has joined Rite-Solutions Inc. as president. He holds a bachelor's degree in management from the University of North Carolina, M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Rhode Island and B.A. in physics from the College … more
Services, the biggest part of the U.S. economy, shrank this month for the first in more the two years, hurt by a late-January snowstorm that blanketed the East Coast and a dearth of orders. more
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