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It remains a year – and as much as $2.5 million in fundraising support – from being ready to set sail. But supporters say excitement is building around the SSV Oliver Hazard Perry, which will visit its future home in Newport in June, ahead of a July Fourth weekend fundraising event culminating with the state’s official educational sailing vessel being opened to the public for the first time. more
Founder of the Association of Rhode Island Authors talks about the importance of the network for writers working in the Ocean State. more
By passing legislation that allows for the creation of so-called “benefit corporations,” as well as what are known as L3C, or low-profit limited liability corporations, the General Assembly, and Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee, who signed the bill into law, have made a small improvement in the state’s business climate. more
The Champlin Foundations has awarded the University of Rhode Island four grants totaling $651,774 to fund the purchase of in-classroom technology and research equipment. more
Private nonprofit organizations in Rhode Island have until Aug. 5 to apply for Economic Injury Disaster Loans, the U.S. Small Business Administration reminded nonprofits on Friday. more
Executive director for Literacy Volunteers of Washington County talks about the nonprofit’s successes. more
FirstWorks managing director talks about the group’s work and goals going forward. more
The SSV Oliver Hazard Perry is towed from Senesco Marine in North Kingstown to Newport June 21 for hauling and painting at the Newport Shipyard. The uncompleted tall ship, named after naval war hero Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry, will be dockside at the shipyard for a fundraising event July 5 and at Fort Adams on July 6 and July 7 for public visits. When completed in 2014, the nonprofit educational vessel will have a capacity for 36 students on overnight trips and 85 for day sails. more
General contractor TRAC Builders led a team of contributors in repainting the William D’Abate Elementary School in Olneyville in late July. “The outside now matches the magic of what happens inside our school,” said Principal Brent Kerman. more
The deadline for submitting an application for the Rhode Island Foundation’s 2014 Rhode Island Innovation Fellowships, an annual program intended to stimulate solutions to the state’s challenges, is Friday, Dec. 13. more
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