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State launches pilot program to give salary supplements to early childhood educators
PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee, the R.I. Department of Human Services and the Rhode Island Association for the Education of Young Children are launching a pilot program to support early childhood educators in the state. The Step Up to Child Care WAGE$ Program will provide education-based salary supplements to early childhood professionals, including teachers, […]See the Story
Business · New York
Christmas Tree Shops to file for bankruptcy, report says
Just over a year after Christmas Tree Shops opened its new location at the Holyoke Crossing shopping plaza, the Wall Street Journal reports the discount home goods store may file for bankruptcy as early as this weekend.See the Story
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Education · Rhode Island
Former Providence mayor to lead Democratic education group
Jorge Elorza has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Democrats for Education Reform (DFER) During his two terms as the Democratic mayor of Rhode Island's largest city, he undertook bold actions to advance a social and racial justice agenda. He invested $400 million into repairing school buildings, and supported the expansion of high-quality public charter schools.See the Story
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Nonprofit news outlet set to launch in R.I. on March 15
PROVIDENCE – A new online news outlet is set to appear in the Ocean State news scene. The Rhode Island Current, the 33rd digital news outlet of States Newsroom, will launch on March 15 at www.rhodeislandcurrent.com. The Current will focus on politics and state government. It will operate as a nonprofit, independent organization that will […]See the Story
State seeks vendors to aid small businesses
PROVIDENCE – R.I. Commerce Corp. is seeking vendors to kick-start a program offering technical assistance to small businesses trying to rebound from pandemic challenges. Implemented by the skills for Rhode Island’s Future, the first phase of the RI Rebounds Technical Assistance Program is open to professionals who wish to serve as technical assistance vendors, Gov. […]See the Story
SBA names 2023 R.I. Small Business Week award winners
PROVIDENCE – The U.S. Small Business Administration announced the 2023 Rhode Island Small Business Week Award winners Tuesday. This year’s honorees include two regional award winners among the 13 awardees. The group will be honored at the Rhode Island Salute to Small Business Awards Luncheon on May 3 at the Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown. “I congratulate all […]See the Story