Networking Pick of the Week – PWNE at The NYLO

NYLO Hotel

The Professional Women of New England (PWNE)’s Coffee Club meets once a month on the 1st Thursday of every month at NLYO in Warwick, Rhode Island. The next meeting is Thursday, November 2nd, from 8:30am to 9:30am. There will be organized networking for 1 hour with a brief 5-10 minute presentation from that months spotlight…

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Halloween 2023

Two carved pumpkins with scary faces on a dark background.

Dating back 2,000 years to the Celtic festival of Samhain, Halloween has evolved into a celebration characterized by child-friendly activities like dressing in costumes, trick-or-treating and carving pumpkins. The following facts are made possible by the invaluable responses to U.S. Census Bureau surveys. We appreciate the public’s cooperation as we continuously measure America’s people, places…

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Rhode Island Weather for Oct. 31, 2023 – John Donnelly

A map showing the weather for Halloween in Massachusetts.

by John Donnelly, meteorologist A cloudy start, but the rain should be all gone. We’ll see an eventual breakup of the cloud cover, but not a total clearing. Trick-or-Treaters should stay dry, but just a bit chilly, afternoon highs only reaching the upper 40’s with morning and evening lows in the upper 30’s with a…

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Rhode Island Weather for October 30, 2023 – John Donnelly

A map showing the Rhode Island weather for Monday.

by John Donnelly, meteorologist Basically an all-day rain event as a cold front slowly moves through the area. Afternoon highs reach only the mid 50’s and evening lows drop to the mid to upper 40’s. It’s a “D” day! ___ Follow John’s weather forecasts, here: WEATHER WITH JOHN DONNELLY John Donnelly was born in Hialeah,…

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Jack’s Angle: Honest Graft – John J. “Jack” Partridge

A businessman in a suit relaxes in front of a window.

by John J. “Jack” Partridge, contributing writer and commentator I recently watched some K Street Washington lobbyist types on a panel cynically defend Hunter Biden as someone being harassed and selectively prosecuted for activities which seem totally involved with entities and foreign governmental agencies seeking to influence our government’s actions, which are at least venial,…

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Capitalize on the hottest HR trends this year – Mary T. O’Sullivan

A black man sitting at a table with a laptop.

by Mary T. O’Sullivan, MSOL, contributing writer “…no one can return to 2019. The pandemic unearthed too many truths and accelerated the future of work. – HR Exchange There’s no doubt that in the post-pandemic world, the life we lived in 2019 has vanished. As a result, business leaders adjusted practices and attitudes to keep their…

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Senate bipartisan proposal boon to nation’s family caregivers – Herb Weiss

A family is preparing a turkey for thanksgiving dinner.

by Herb Weiss, contributing writer on aging issues Many family caregivers will tell you that coping with the stress of providing care to loved ones, is made more difficult when they are forced to navigate the confusing federal bureaucracy to identify key financial and health care programs for support. Last week, S 3109, the Alleviating Barriers…

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