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Rhode Island’s economic growth in February was “tepid at best,” according to Leonard Lardaro, a University of Rhode Island economist. more
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, PACE Organization of Rhode Island will host the “Age of Disruption” national tour featuring Dr. Bill Thomas, a geriatrician and aging expert, at the Park Theatre in Cranston on Thursday, May 19. more
One year from now, Director of Health Initiatives Susan Jacobsen at Thundermist Health Center hopes to have answers to her questions: “What does a healthy Woonsocket look like?” “Where are we now in [fulfilling that vision]?” “What do we need to make that happen?” more
Roshni Lakhi, of the Highlander Institute, was named one of five winners of the Next Generation Leaders Program by EdScoop and the Consortium for School Networking at their annual conference earlier this month. more
The Oncology Nursing Society’s Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts chapter named Leah Arsenault, oncology nurse navigator at South County Health, the 2016 Oncology Nurse of the Year. She received the award in March at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick. more
In its report, “A Stronger Nation,” the Lumina Foundation found that 43.1 percent of Rhode Islanders had attained higher education degrees in 2014, a 1.7 percent increase since 2008 when degree holders were first counted. more
More babies are being born with exposure to opioids in Rhode Island, the annual KIDS COUNT Factbook has found. more
Compensation for the chief executive of CVS Health Corp. last year fell slightly to $28.9 million compared with 2014, matching a trend seen among the highest-paid CEOs throughout the country. more
The Wyndham Garden Providence, the city’s sole waterfront hotel, announced Friday it is in the stages of rebranding and will soon become the Hilton Garden Inn Providence Hotel. more
Here’s one key takeaway from the Commerce Department’s report Friday on February wholesale inventories: There’s going to be a much bigger drag on first-quarter U.S. gross domestic product from diminished stockpiling than most economists forecast before the report. more
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