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PBN: Boston rents boost Providence’s appeal

Renowned for its prestigious universities, historical significance and sports fanaticism, Boston seemingly has something to offer everyone – except maybe a place to live. According to a December report published by Zumper National Rent, Boston ranked as the third-most-expensive rental market in the country after San Francisco and New York City.

Block Island Times: Cherry Hill Lane to be rebid

The Block Island Housing Board has revised the bidding process for its Cherry Hill Lane subdivision project. The board said at its most recent meeting that the budget for the project will be $1.4 million and the new RFP will consist of two parts: one for site work and the other for construction.

Block Island Times: Certificate of Occupancy issued for apartments

For the past 17 months, members of the Harbor Church and many, many members of the Block Island community have worked very hard to convert the third floor of the Harbor Church into four year-round, affordable apartments.

PBN: Five Questions With Marcela Betancur

Five Questions With Marcela Betancur

Times-Gazette: Speakman handily defeats Ruggiero in District 68 primary

Riding a wave of progressive momentum, Warren resident June Speakman handily defeated Richard Ruggiero in last Tuesday’s District 68 Democratic primary, earning 652 votes to Mr. Ruggiero’s 238.

Narragansett Times: SK grapples with land-use goals at joint meeting

With the preservation of open space and affordable housing availability both recognized as crucial elements to South Kingstown’s vitality, is it possible for the town to successfully achieve both?

HUD Publice Housing & Provately Owned Apartment Building Inspections

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced it is dramatically reducing the advance notice it provides to public housing authorities (PHAs) and private owners of HUD-subsidized apartment developments before their housing is inspected to ensure it is decent, safe and healthy.
Asthma Event at William D'Abate School

Asthma Event at William D'Abate School

RI DOH's Asthma Control Program is coming to Olneyville on February 26th.

JOB OPENING: Family Coach at Dunamis Synergy

Dunamis Synergy is hiring a Family Coach

WARM: Rev. Jean Barry

Rest in Peace Rev. Jean Barry

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