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Archive for July 2011

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — New home construction ticked higher in June, the government said Tuesday, as two key measures topped expectations. (more…)


By PBN Staff

PROVIDENCE HAS been awarded a $200,000 grant that will go toward making Kennedy Plaza a livelier arts and culture center.

WASHINGTON – Rhode Island has been awarded a $200,000 “Our Town” grant to help upgrade Kennedy Plaza and make it a livelier center of arts and culture, the state’s congressional delegation announced Tuesday. (more…)

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Matthew Bobola, center, the city’s internal auditor, talks with John J. Igliozzi, right, chairman of the finance committee of the Providence City Council Monday night. At left are Councilman Seth Yurdin and City Council President Michael A. Solomon. Providence Journal / Bob Thayer

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

By Richard C. Dujardin
Journal Staff Writer

PROVIDENCE — Homeowners bracing for an anticipated 13.5-percent increase in property taxes for the year that began July 1 may be able to breathe a bit easier following action Monday night by the City Council’s finance committee. (more…)


From the July 4, 2011 edition

VOTE OF CONFIDENCE: Last year, voters approved a $3.2 million bond for the DEM to buy the former Shooters property from DOT.

Calling all developers looking for a waterfront property in the capital city: The R.I. Department of Environmental Management wants to hear from you. (more…)

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