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Ryan P. Galitskie has been appointed vice president, branch sales manager of BankNewport. He joins BankNewport from Webster Bank, where he served as vice president, banking center manager. He holds a B.A. in psychology and business administration … more
Timothy P. Thies has been promoted to vice president of Pare Corp. He brings 14 years of experience at the firm. Thies holds a B.S. and M.S. in civil engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. more
U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Kasim Yarn is Rhode Island's first director of veterans affairs. He holds a bachelor's degree from Boston University and a master's degree from the Naval War College. more
Main Street, Baker and Child streets to Jefferson Street, Warren more
PAWTUCKET – Narragansett Brewing Co. CEO Mark Hellendrung is making good on longstanding plans to bring the brew back to Rhode Island, partnering with the owners of The Guild on a new craft-brewing consortium. Hellendrung, who grew up in … more
As state leaders labor to move on from the firestorm that followed the rollout of a $5 million tourism marketing campaign, a key question remains: What happened? Gov. Gina M. Raimondo on April 1 responded to widespread criticism by dropping … more
In early March, Emergency Production Inc. planned a "massive" video display for up to 5,000 guests at an annual sports-analytics conference hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and ESPN. "We use video to build scenery and … more
With millions of dollars in scholarships on the line, teams of culinary students from throughout the state competed recently in the opening round of an annual national culinary cooking and restaurant-management competition. The National … more
1 Last month Swipely Inc. became Upserve. Why the name change? The name Upserve is inspired by the energy and passion restaurateurs have for their guests, food and staff. We're catching our brand name up to where our customers – and our … more
The Providence Community Library will hold its 2016 Amnesty Week from April 11 to 16, during which time patrons can return overdue items and donate nonperishable food items in lieu of paying fines. PCL patrons can donate one can of food for every $20 of fines owed. All donations will be given to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. more
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