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The Sun: Westerly council decides to sell Tower Street School Community Center property

Westerly council decides to sell Tower Street School Community Center property

The Sun: Planning board to hear proposal for 17-building housing complex on Ledward Ave.

Planning board to hear proposal for 17-building housing complex on Ledward Ave.

ProJo: Westerly homeless shelter provides for residents, keeps them safe during pandemic

Westerly homeless shelter provides for residents, keeps them safe during pandemic

The Sun: WARM Center is among recipients of $6 million in grants for homeless

U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., announced Friday that Rhode Island would receive $6,050,330 in federal federal Continuum of Care grants for Rhode Island homeless assistance programs.

The Sun: Editorial: Highs and lows from the past week around the region

Highs and lows from the past week around the region: July 30, 2018.

The Sun: Mixed-use complex proposed

The owner of property at the corner of Franklin and Wells streets hopes to develop his land with an age-restricted 55-and-older housing complex as well as office buildings.

ProJo: Doing something constructive: Women Build project in Westerly

More than 50 female volunteers helped refurbish a house at 2 Knight St. in Westerly. More than 50 female volunteers helped refurbish a house at 2 Knight St. in Westerly on Thursday, as part of Habitat for Humanity’s national Women Build project. Through the project, which provides housing for low-income families, volunteers work with construction professionals and alongside other volunteers and future Habitat homeowners.

ProJo: Towns lobby for easing of R.I.’s affordable-housing mandate

Narragansett Town Planner Michael J. DeLuca, speaking for eight communities in Washington County, urged a legislative commission Wednesday to change state law so that more low-cost housing could be counted as affordable housing.

The Westerly Sun: Demographics foretell worsening squeeze on region’s housing

The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments recommended in a report Thursday that area communities increase their capacity for lower-cost, multifamily housing.

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.

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