RI-based Kamrin Huban tackles ageism and sexism in the workplace through career coaching and podcasting

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A space made available to Providence’s neighborhood associations free of charge

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Every year the Rhode Island Press Association (RIPA) awards a $1,000 scholarship to an outstanding high school or college student who is preparing for a career in print journalism. Interested …

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February 2024

From cycling to construction, these industry pioneers are prioritizing platforms for Black voices

From slow fashion to creative upcycling, local organizations turn trash into treasure

From trading tales to sharing a table, the Rhode Island Black Storytellers host January programming for all

Proposed demolitions and a new hotel stir neighbors and preservationists

January 2024

Nine change-makers passionate about making Providence the best city to live life and launch ideas

The South Providence-raised officer brings a laundry list of experience and love of the city to the role

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Ways neighbors can lend a helping hand this holiday season

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