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North Providence,

town (1990 pop. 32,090), Providence co., NE R.I.; set off from Providence and inc. 1765. Once a large textile town, it is now mainly a residential suburb. A major portion of Rhode Island College is within the town's limits.
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Belair) Curtis Conway; his children, Bonnie Willand of North Providence, Rhode Island and Bob Curtis and his wife DeeDee of Trabuco Canyon, California; his brother James Conway and his wife Arline of Auburn, Massachusetts; three nephews James, Steven and Kevin Conway; five grandchildren Amy, Beckie, Heather, Jennie and Dana: eight great grandchildren; and many other family members.
Joe Sorrentino, a worker at a Wakefern PriceRite Supermarket in North Providence, Rhode Island, has been punished for standing up for a union at his workplace, according to charges filed by UFCW Local Union 328 with the National Labor Relations Board.
He also leaves behind 2 close cousins, Ronald DeThomas and Barbara Miletta, both of North Providence, Rhode Island, and many nieces, nephews and friends.
Helen Bakery, of North Providence, Rhode Island, has been serving the Greater Providence area for more than 40 years with freshly baked pita bread and the finest in Mediterranean groceries.
In connection with the acquisition of the two retail store locations, the company also announced that it will be closing its existing retail party goods store in North Providence, Rhode Island at the end of that store's current lease term, which expires in January, 2008.
BOSTON -- The First Marblehead Corporation (NYSE: FMD) announced today that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Union Federal Savings Bank (UFSB) of North Providence, Rhode Island.
BOSTON -- The First Marblehead Corporation (NYSE: FMD) announced that it received approval today from the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) to acquire Union Federal Savings Bank (UFSB) of North Providence, Rhode Island.
BOSTON -- The First Marblehead Corporation (NYSE: FMD) announced today that it has submitted an application to the Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) for approval to acquire Union Federal Savings Bank in North Providence, Rhode Island, from Union Bank, a Rhode Island banking corporation.
A licensed mortgage lender in all six New England states and Florida, Salem Five has nine loan production offices located in Mansfield, Mashpee, Plymouth, Weymouth, Burlington and Auburn, Massachusetts, York, Maine, and North Providence, Rhode Island.
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