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The Valley Breeze: Officials: Property sold to Housing Authority is for seniors

Officials: Property sold to Housing Authority is for seniors

The Valley Breeze: NP among more affordable towns, but still out of reach for many

NP among more affordable towns, but still out of reach for many

Valley Breeze: Town’s new Planner Wiegand learning on the job

Newly appointed Town Planner Brent Wiegand says he’s “still figuring it all out” when it comes to how North Providence functions and the issues facing its residents, and he’s promising to get up to speed quickly.

The Valley Breeze: Developer withdraws plan for Marconi Street condos

A proposal for a 30-unit condo project in a single-family residential neighborhood on Marconi Street has been withdrawn, said Town Planner David Westcott.

PBN: Reed announces $124K to support homeless veterans in R.I.

The Providence Housing Authority and North Providence Housing Authority will receive a total of $123,704 in federal funds to help homeless veterans find affordable housing.

The Valley Breeze: Dawson named community development officer

BankNewport president and CEO Sandra J. Pattie has announced the appointment of Adriana I. Dawson, of North Providence, to vice president, community development officer.

ProJo: Neighborhood of the Week: Woodville a little-known enclave of North Providence

Chain stores, fast-food restaurants and surface parking don’t suggest the traditional New England village, but in modern American suburbs they’re often the closest thing to a town square or main street. Such is the case in the Woodville section of North Providence, where residential subdivisions branch off from the high-traffic commercial thoroughfares of Douglas and Mineral Spring avenues.

ProJo: R.I. real estate: 2017 — a really hot market

House sales increased in Rhode Island for the fifth consecutive year in 2017, creating a “hot” market despite falling inventory, according to the Rhode Island Association of Realtors.

The Valley Breeze: Smaller homes powering local real estate sales

It was a solid summer for home sales, say local real estate agents, with many buyers of smaller homes getting into bidding wars and paying higher than asking prices. But for those thinking of selling their home into this “seller’s market,” they shouldn’t get too excited, say agents. Prices are merely firming up – finally.

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