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Review: Wannamoisett Country Club

Course Name: Wannamoisett Country Club

Designer: Willie Campbell (1898), Donald Ross (1914, Redesign)

Location: Rumford, Rhode Island


Conditions: 10/10, there isn’t a blade of grass out of place at Wannamoisett and that’s a testament to the amazing job Mark Daniels does as greenskeeper. 112 more words

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Recap: 2017 CBRE/New England - Rhode Island Market Overview

Next up in our New England Market Overview recap series, we cover the Ocean State. Our team down in Rhode Island presented on the state of the downtown, suburban and industrial markets. 486 more words

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Low-cost Norwegian Air promises bargain flights to Europe

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is promising cheap trans-Atlantic flights when it starts service to Europe this summer from Rhode Island, Connecticut and New York’s Hudson Valley. 115 more words


Hartford businesses push lawmakers to support paid family and medical leave

HARTFORD —  Hartford businesses and local residents are urging legislators to pass a bill aimed at extending paid family leave and paid medical leave.

The proposal would allow up to 12 weeks off for people in the event of an illness, injury, arrival of a new or… 167 more words


Despite challenges, startups can find investors to grow in Rhode Island

Dr. Rajiv Kumar and Dr. Brad Weinberg molded the idea for what became known as ShapeUp while earning their medical degrees at Brown University in the early 2000s. 174 more words

Rose Island Lighthouse- Where my childhood dream came true

Ever since I was a little girl I’ve wanted to spend a night in a lighthouse. Where this dream came from I’m not entirely sure; I’m assuming it must have been something I saw on TV or read in a book when I was little and for some reason it’s always stuck with me. 1,813 more words


Guided Meditation in Providence - 2/22

One of the questions I find myself asking clients again and again during counseling sessions is this:

“Do you meditate…?”

And most of the time, the answer is an uneasy and somewhat apologetic or guilty-looking, “No…” 161 more words