New Blackstone Valley health center seen as boon to Central Falls economy

NEW STATION: Raymond Lavoie, left, executive director, and Dr. Michael Fine, senior clinical and population health officer, stand in front of Blackstone Valley Community Health Care’s new neighborhood health station in Central Falls.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
NEW STATION: Raymond Lavoie, left, executive director, and Dr. Michael Fine, senior clinical and population health officer, stand in front of Blackstone Valley Community Health Care’s new neighborhood health station in Central Falls.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Drive along Broad Street in Central Falls on a weekend and you’ll see that it plays a significant role in the city’s small economy. “It’s bustling on a Saturday afternoon,” said Neil Amper, vice president at Capstone Properties, a Massachusetts-based real estate brokerage and management firm with a regional office in Providence. “There’s a lot…

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