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THE BILOTTI GROUP and Nicholson 2018 LLC, owner of the Beresford-Nicholson Estate on Blackstone Boulevard in Providence, which includes a greenhouse and gardener's house in addition to the main house, above, have proposed to raze the structures and convert the property to 10 house lots. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD

Neighbors challenge 10-lot subdivision of estate property on Providence’s East Side

PROVIDENCE – One of the last great estates on the East Side of Providence could be subdivided into 10 house lots that critics say...

UHIP software update postponed to June

PROVIDENCE — A software upgrade for the Unified Health Infrastructure Project planned for May 19 has been postponed until June “to ensure a quality...
THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION of Rhode Island said it was "alarmed" by the R.I. Department of Human Services' November 2017 food stamp timeliness rates.

ACLU: DHS SNAP figures ‘alarming’

PROVIDENCE – The American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island has said that the latest figures from the R.I. Department of Human Services on...
DEMING SHERMAN is the court appointed special master managing Rhode Island’s resolution of continuing software and management problems with the Unified Health Infrastructure Project computer system. /PBN FILE PHOTO

Special Master: UHIP backlog ‘substantially eliminated,’ more work remains

PROVIDENCE — Deming Sherman, special master managing Rhode Island’s resolution of continuing software and management problems with the Unified Health Infrastructure Project computer system,...
THE ACLU OF RHODE ISLAND has applauded U.S. District Judge William Smith's appointment of Deming Sherman, a retired attorney, as a special master to oversee the resolution of the state's ongoing issues with UHIP.

Special master appointed to oversee UHIP resolution

PROVIDENCE – U.S. District Judge William Smith appointed Deming Sherman as a special master to oversee the resolution of Rhode Island’s ongoing problems with...
UNDER A PLAN developed by R.I. Department of Transportation, the sites in royal blue would be the preferred sites for the development of a bus hub./ COURTESY R.I. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Statehouse lawn identified as potential site for bus hub

PROVIDENCE – State officials are eyeing the Statehouse lawn as a development site.It is one of two public spaces newly identified as the state’s...
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