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University of Rhode Island College of Business Administration Graduate Programs is holding an open house on November 16 from 5-7 p.m. at the URI Alan Shawn Feinstein Providence Campus, 80 Washington St., Room 436. Free parking is available at the more
Gabrielle Doucet, author of “Let Go & Let Love” will address a special meeting of the RI Executives Association on Wednesday, November 16 at noon at the Radisson Hotel, Post Road, Warwick. The … more
The city has acquired 3.5 acres at Passeonkquis Cove, which will be preserved as open space, Mayor Scott Avedisian announced in a release Monday. Through a $26,000 National Heritage Preservation Commission Local Open Space Conservation and Acquisition more
Warwick Police Departments K9, Viking, will be featured on the cover of the Vested Interest in K9 2017 color calendar. The calendar showcases nationwide law enforcement dogs. Sales of the calendar support the purchase of bullet and stab protective vests more
Frederick Reinhardt has been appointed president/CEO of Greenwood Credit Union, effective Nov. 1. He succeeds Jim Irving, who has retired after 11 years of service. With more than 30 years of diverse, senior level banking experience, Reinhardt has served more
Cardi Construction put down a four-inch layer of asphalt that was compressed to three inches to complete the loop on the Rocky Point path Saturday. The path is almost two miles long. The final phase of the work will involve grading and more
In honor of Veterans Day, the RI Philharmonic Orchestra invites all veterans, service members and their families to open rehearsal of Barber & Dvorak free of charge on Friday, November 11, starting at 5:30 p.m. Up to four free tickets are available to more
Southwest Airlines, the largest carrier at Green Airport (PVD), celebrated its 20th anniversary serving Rhode Island this month as it launched new nonstop service to Reagan National Airport on Nov. 6. Southwest, which selected PVD as its entr e into New more
For the first time in 42 years, two-way traffic on that section of Post Road from William's Corner to Veterans Memorial Drive will resume next Wednesday. Department of Transportation information officer Charles St. Martin called the move more
What was your preferred elixir on Tuesday - Hillary's Liberal Limeade, Donald Populist Punch, or Gary's Sassy Sarsaparilla? Yes, there was a choice not only at the polls, but to drink. John Sgambato, president and brewmaster of Yacht Club more
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