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The legislature recently held hearings on several firearms-related bills, one of which would bar those with concealed carry permits from bringing guns into schools. This includes school staff. more
PROVIDENCE – This fall Rhode Island College began running the first-ever job-training program at Parent College in Central Falls. Funded by a Real Jobs Rhode Island grant, the training is in community health worker certification and guarantees … more
Anthony Baro, managing principal and founder of PowerDocks LLC, talks about the new business, which offers modular, moored and free-floating autonomous marine platforms powered by renewable energy that are designed to power equipment, store power, charge electrical equipment and facilitate operational functions in off-coastal marine regions. more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced on Monday the launch of new web development minors at Bryant University, Johnson & Wales University, Rhode Island College and the University of Rhode Island. more
Now customers who use their loyalty card when shopping at Stop & Shop can help two New England schools of their choice earn money through the A+ School Rewards program during the 2016-17 school year. more
Rhode Island Hospital announced today that it was named a Top Teaching Hospital by The Leapfrog Group, a well-regarded nonprofit organization that annually surveys hospitals and collects and openly reports on several key performance measures of surveyed hospitals. more
New England Institute of Technology President Richard I. Gouse ranked highest among private college chiefs in the region for his 2014 pay of $752,701. more
PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services will award $129.5 million to Rhode Island over five years, Gov. Gina M. Raimondo announced Nov. 28. The funds will be distributed to the state, based on matching … more
“A little over two years ago, I died,” recounted Owen West, at a Nov. 21 press conference celebrating the enactment of a law in Rhode Island requiring every private and public middle school and high school to have an automated external defibrillator, a portable device that can send an electric shock to restart a heart. more
To begin building a new economy, Rhode Island has made significant investments in growth and innovation. As a business owner, I understand that investing in the core parts of my business is what it takes to grow. On a far larger scale, the same … more
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