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Cumberland Farms’ Haseotes Family in Multi-Million Dollar Feud—Cumberland Farms' Haseotes Family in Multi-Million Dollar Feud

Battle Over Prison Bridge Program at College Unbound—Battle Over Prison Bridge Program at College Unbound

Brown Leads the U.S. In Number of Fulbright Scholars—Brown Leads the U.S. In Number of Fulbright…

Prov Ranks As One of Worst State Capitals to Live In — Even Behind Augusta, ME—Prov Ranks As One of Worst State Capitals…

URI’s Defense Keys 67-56 Win Over La Salle—URI's Defense Keys 67-56 Win Over La Salle

Get Your Hands Dirty With History at Coggeshall Farm Museum—Get Your Hands Dirty With History at Coggeshall…

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Mr. Trump’s Handshake + Wine Etiquette + Cubicle Etiquette—Newport Manners & Etiquette: Mr. Trump's Handshake +…

Guest MINDSETTER™ Magee: RI’s Strong Defense & Undersea Technology Cluster—Guest MINDSETTER™ Magee: RI’s Strong Defense & Undersea…

Security Expert Amore Talks About the Hunt for $500M Gardner Museum Paintings—Security Expert Amore Talks About the Hunt for…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Barley Minestrone—Chef Walter's Flavors + Knowledge: Barley Minestrone

 
 

Cumberland Farms’ Haseotes Family in Multi-Million Dollar Feud

Cumberland Farms

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The Haseotes family, who owns Cumberland Farms and in 2015 was #73 on Forbes list of America's Richest Families, is back in court - this time over family-owned land in Massachusetts. 

George Haseotes is in Providence Superior Court this week suing his sister, Lily (Haseotes) Bentas and V.S. Haseotes & Sons Limited Partnership for what he alleges is Bentas’ refusal as the Managing Partner of the Partnership to release records and documents regarding properties owned in Massachusetts.

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Battle Over Prison Bridge Program at College Unbound

James Monteiro

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Providence's James Monteiro has sent a cease and desist letter to College Unbound (CU) to stop using the Prison Bridge Program (PBP) name, after he said he created the program - but that it was ultimately “taken” by CU’s Dennis Littky after he agreed to sign a non-compete. 

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Brown Leads the U.S. In Number of Fulbright Scholars

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Brown University has produced the most Fulbright scholarship winners in the country. 

During the 2016-17 year, 30 Brown students and recent graduates received the scholarship from the U.S. State Department. 

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Prov Ranks As One of Worst State Capitals to Live In — Even Behind Augusta, ME

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

How does Providence rank among the best capital cities to live in? Not high. 

According to a recent study done by WalletHub, Providence is the seventh worst capital city to live in, ranking 44th out of 50 cities. Providence ranks well behind cities like Augusta, Maine and Frankfort, Kentucky. 

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Raimondo Administration Starts Process for Locating New Innovation Campus

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Where will the new Innovation Campus be located? Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed is pushing for it to be located at Newport Grand. Others are pushing for it to be a linchpin in the development of the Superman Building and others are pushing for it to another component to 195 land redevelopment.  

When voters approved Question 4 bond issue in November, they approved $45 million of which $20 million was for the development of an innovation campus.

Now, RI Commerce and the University of Rhode Island (URI), will soon begin "requesting proposals from industry, academic and research partners to develop, program and occupy a transformative Innovation Campus." Beginning in spring 2017, potential partners will be invited to submit initial responses, with a request for proposals to follow from the RICC in summer 2017. 

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video: URI’s Defense Keys 67-56 Win Over La Salle

jared Terrell leads URI with 24 points

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The URI Rams put up one of their best defensive performances of the season. 

The Rams held La Salle to just 35.8% shooting from the field and 20% from three en route to a 67-56 win on Tuesday night in Philadelphia. They also forced 13 turnovers and blocked four shots in the game. 

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Newport Manners & Etiquette: Mr. Trump’s Handshake + Wine Etiquette + Cubicle Etiquette

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

How to avoid being strong-armed by Mr. Trump's handshake and having to give multi-greetings in the office, and whether or not to tip the wine steward, were all questions to Didi Lorillard this week at NewportManners, along with banishing stinky foods in the workplace.

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Magee: RI’s Strong Defense & Undersea Technology Cluster

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Rhode Island has a wealth of organizations engaged in some form of undersea technology and its applications. Many of these provide invaluable technologies and technical support to the Department of Defense (DoD) and contribute significantly to Rhode Island’s economy and job base.  The Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division Newport is our Nation’s premier undersea technology defense research and development enterprise.

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Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Barley Minestrone

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

When the weather's cold, a big pot of soup simmering on the stove warms the heart as well as the hearth. Adding some whole grain barley to the pot will improve your health along with the flavor of whatever soup or stew you're cooking.

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Patriots Receiver Mitchell Seeks Publisher for Children’s Books

Malcolm Mitchell

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Patriots wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell is looking for a publisher for his first children's book "The Magician's Hat," as well as a second children's book that he has written. 

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