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Two students at Bryant University are convinced there is a business market for social good and hope to capitalize on it. Avery Hill, pictured above, left, of Westminster, Md., a junior, and Peter Davies, a sophomore from Portsmouth, N.H., … more
Sumana Chintapalli has been appointed communication, outreach and events coordinator at the Rhode Island Food Policy Council. She holds a master's degree in food systems from New York University, a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law and … more
Nearly 500 volunteers collected 7,783 pounds of trash during Earth Week beach cleanups organized by Save The Bay. more
Festival Ballet benefit, Rhode Island Spring Flower & Garden Show preview party and more. more
Executive director of the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation discusses the nonprofit’s latest plans to boost fund raising for the organization. more
Providence Mayor Jorge O. Elorza surprised more than 70 members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Providence South Side Clubhouse with a special pizza lunch on April 24. more
The United Way of Rhode Island and Books Are Wings are launching their fourth annual Children’s Book Drive today, May 1, through June 12. more
The Home Loan Foundation recently donated $50,000 to Assumption Parish Food Ministry in Providence. more
Independence Financial Partners collected more than 1,000 hats, hand warmers, gloves, gift cards and backpacks for residents of the House of Hope Community Development Corp.’s Harrington Hall Shelter. more
Nancy Thomas, owner of Tapestry Communications, has been elected to the Art League of Rhode Island board of directors. Prior to starting her own public relations/marketing firm, Thomas served as vice president of communications at the Landmark … more
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