I write about workplace trends, real estate and finance, as a journalist and freelance writer. I have a background in print and digital and genuinely enjoy talking with people. My work is published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Boston Globe, Providence Business News, Massachusetts General Hospital and Patch/AOL, among others. Love old houses, dogs and birds.
In March 2018, an employee of SMM New England Corp., doing business as Sims Metal Management in Providence, was erecting a sign in the marine-terminal...
In private schools in Rhode Island, new tuition policies are making room for families with economic diversity
Gentrification pressures in Providence and Newport
PROVIDENCE - With a divided vote, the Providence City Council on Thursday pushed forward a zoning change that would allow a New York developer to construct the city's tallest building. The 46-story residential tower proposed by The Fane Organization needs a zoning change to authorize a height of up to 600 feet.
After the employees at Milford Regional Medical Center have stripped the beds and wiped down or disinfected all of the surfaces they can reach, Rosie and WALL-E will have a turn with the germs left behind.
Dissection Club fosters fascination with science
South Fulton kids endure long bus rides to schools in the north.
John Perry and his 5-year-old son were planning to play catch with a football. Instead, they saved a life.
In the Kitchen Donna Picard already had experience in operating a tea room when she took the plunge and opened Maison de Manger in Northbridge. Learning to make the crepes and croissants came through years of practice. Her late husband, whose family was originally from Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, missed the French foods he had grown up with.
IN THE KITCHEN Vegans in the suburbs west of Boston have a refreshed dining spot in Green Leaf Vegetarian & Vegan Restaurant. Owner Balaji Shanmugam has a new partner, Jegan Easwaramuthali, and a new location in Framingham, but is continuing his practice of carefully designed meals and twice-yearly changes in the menu.
In the Kitchen Adam Hicks has worked in the food industry since the age of 14. After graduating from the culinary program at Johnson & Wales University, he held a series of jobs in the Boston area before opening Depot Street Tavern in Milford.
Improving the ethnic and racial diversity of physicians in the workforce has long been a focus for Karen Winkfield, MD, PhD, director of Hematologic Radiation Oncology at Massachusetts General Hospital.
When patients look at artwork on the waiting room walls of Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, they are seeing art created with a purpose. It wasn't long ago that Jonathan Zuker, a painter, was in the waiting room himself with his father, who had lung cancer.
Citing health impacts, Sherborn makes a move to ban flavored nicotine products.
Sea level rise threatens Rhode Island's city by the sea