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Proposed Sales Tax Holiday in Rhode Island

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

While Governor Lincoln Chafee is proposing expanding the sales tax, one legislator is proposing a sales tax holiday.

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Pay for College and Still Retire!

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

A newborn baby is a time for great joy and celebration. On the flip side, it also starts an 18 year countdown until baby leaves for what could be a very expensive college. For those with children about to hit college age, it’s time to calculate your Expected Family Contribution. For those with newborns, hopefully you handed out cheap cigars so you can apply the difference to junior’s education funds. There are many ways to pay for education, but the following are the building blocks where you should always look to start:

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RI Artist Tony Johnson to Speak on Diversity, Arts, at RIC

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

How diverse are the arts? Rhode Island College, as part of its Dialogue-on-Diversity Spring Lecture Series will present “Express Yo’self: The Power, Problem, and Potential of the Arts," featuring Tony Johnson of the Rhode Island School of Design. Johnson is director of multicultural affairs at RISD, a visual and performing artist, and arts administrator.

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Seen…

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Richard Hatch returned to the small screen this week by making his first post-incarceration television appearance Donald Trump’s Celebrity Apprentice on NBC. Did he stir the pot? What do you think....

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Friars Fall: Could Keno Davis Be Gone?

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Like they were all season, the PC Friars were defenseless last night in New York losing to Marquette in the opening round of the Big East Tournament.  Now we await the fate of head coach Keno Davis.

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RISD’s Make It Better Symposium Brings Art & Design to Healthcare

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Placing its central mission squarely in the center of one of the nation's greatest concerns, RISD hosts a fascinating symposium this week. On March 11 and 12, the university presents Make It Better, a symposium on art, design and the future of healthcare. The Friday evening and full-day Saturday event takes place in Providence at the RISD Auditorium.

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Rams survive in tournament opener

Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Led by Delroy James, Rhode Island beat St. Louis on Tuesday in its Atlantic 10 Tournament opener. 

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NEW: Bryant U. Forum—Economy Slowly Recovering

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

An economic forum at Bryant University today culminated in the release of a new yardstick for measuring the growth of the state economy, known as the Current Economic Indicator or CEI.

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NEW: State OKs Consolidation of Open Heart Surgery at Local Hospitals

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

The state Health Department has approved the consolidation of open heart surgery services at Miriam and Rhode Island hospitals, both part of the Lifespan network.

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Channel 10 Takes the Ratings Lead

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Spirits are pretty high over on Kenney Drive in Cranston – home to Channel 10. With the February ratings period done and over, Channel 10 can claim it is number one with viewers across the board for every newscast. During the November ratings book, WPRI edged out Channel 10 for the lead at 11pm. Now that has changed. 

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