Monday, March 27, 2023

TOPICS

Home Tags Helen Anthony

Tag: Helen Anthony

City Council gives final OK to amended ProvPort tax agreement

PROVIDENCE – The wave of criticism over the city’s tax agreement with its primary port operator appears to have calmed, with the City Council...

Five Questions With: Helen Anthony

Helen Anthony, who represents Ward 2 on the Providence City Council, was recently elected as chairperson of the council’s Committee on Finance. She was...

City panel recommends tax discount for former Karma nightclub

PROVIDENCE – A dilapidated downtown building best known as the site of a double shooting in 2014 is slated for revival, with a tax...

Proposed ProvPort tax, lease agreement extensions advance despite public protest

PROVIDENCE – Controversial extensions to the tax and lease agreements with the operators of Providence's industrial port received preliminary approval from a city panel...

Do limits on student renters ease housing dilemma?

A proposal to limit the number of student renters per apartment in Providence has sparked fears that such a move would exacerbate the severe...
THE PROVIDENCE CITY COUNCIL on Wednesday unanimously approved a second vote to send a $125 million school construction bond referendum to the November ballot. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CHRIS BERGENHEIM

City Council approves $125M school construction bond question, overrides Elorza’s school...

PROVIDENCE – In a special afternoon meeting Wednesday, the City Council approved two significant school-related measures, including sending a nine-figure school construction bond question...

Providence City Council grants first passage to FY2023 budget despite tax...

PROVIDENCE – The Providence City Council on Monday narrowly approved a $568 million fiscal 2023 budget despite reservations about higher tax bills for city...
'THE LAST GREAT ESTATE' at 460 Rochambeau Ave. in Providence was recently bought for $4 million by Dustin Dezube, owner of Providence Living, through an auction held by Concierge Auctions after the property was listed last year by Mott & Chace Sotheby's International Realty for as much as $7.9 million. Dezube said he wants to turn the property into condominiums, while preserving its historic qualities. / COURTESY CONCIERGE AUCTIONS

Dezube buys ‘last great estate’ in Providence for $4M, plans condos

PROVIDENCE – Often described as the “the last great estate” in Providence, a two-lot property featuring a historic manor, a renovated carriage house building...

Providence developer plans apartments at former bed and breakfast

PROVIDENCE – A proposal to turn a former bed and breakfast in Providence into luxury apartments recently received pushback at a City Council Ordinance...

Providence City Council approves $540M FY22 budget, adds WaterFire funding

Providence - The City Council gave the initial blessing to a nearly $540 million budget on Tuesday, despite criticism by some over the plan's...
- Featured Event -

Latest News

CLOSE

70% OFF A ONE-YEAR SUBSCRIPTION

TODAY ONLY!