Apr 25 2022

Why we are outraged with homelessness and leaders who don’t act – Mary T. O’Sullivan

by Mary T. O’Sullivan, MSOL “Like you, I know people who drink, people who do drugs, and bosses who have ...

Apr 23 2022

WHO recommends Paxlovid for treating COVID-19 worldwide. Pfizer must increase its availability.

WHO recommends highly successful COVID-19 therapy and calls for wide geographical distribution and transparency from originator  Today, WHO made a ...

Apr 18 2022

New efforts on Smith Hill to increase Medicaid reimbursement rates – Herb Weiss

By Herb Weiss, contributing writer on aging issues On March 8th, a press conference on Smith Hill put the legislative ...

Apr 17 2022

The art of Ukrainian Easter eggs, their ancient symbol of hope and “rising in glory from the ashes”

Ukraine is under brutal assault. Ukraine’s people are perishing. Ukraine’s culture, its theaters, museums and churches are being destroyed. Ukraine’s ...

Apr 17 2022

In the Arena with Congressman David Cicilline

Each week Joe Paolino, Jr. interviews leaders in Rhode Island about issues relevant to the people of the state. This ...

Apr 15 2022

Ronald Aubert, Brown’s Dean of the School of Public Health while Dr. Ashish Jha is in Washington, DC

Ronald Aubert will serve as Dean of the School of Public Health, held by Dr. Ashish Jha while Jha is ...

Apr 13 2022

Pawtucket Mayor’s Scholarship program open for applications

Photo: City of Pawtucket, 2022 Calendar Mayor Donald R. Grebien, the City of Pawtucket, the Pawtucket City Council, and the ...

Apr 12 2022

Health Care Workforce Summit – what was said, who attended, who was missing – Richard Asinof

by Richard Asinof, ConvergenceRI, contributing writer on health Editor's Note: For much of the past week, ConvergenceRI has been trying ...

Apr 12 2022

$4.8M more for Take it Outside. 21 projects, including 5 Chambers of Commerce

Take it Outside Initiative Will Provide Funds to R.I. Intermediaries to Support Small Businesses with Expanding and Maintaining Outdoor Space ...

Apr 11 2022

Dylan Zelazo explores run for Cranston City Council, Ward 6. Invites locals to fundraiser

Dylan M. Zelazo announced today that he is strongly considering running for City Council to represent Cranston’s 6th Ward. He ...