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THE CENTRAL CAMPUS campus of the University of Rhode Island, Kingston has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. pictured above, Green Hall, built in 1937. / COURTESY URI

URI’s central campus added to National Register of Historic Places

KINGSTON - The National Park Service listed the central campus of the University of Rhode Island's Kingston campus on its National Register of Historic...
SWAN POINT CEMETERY in Providence has opened a 2.5-acre burial area on the northwest section, the first time in 10 years it has opened a new area. / COURTESY SWAN POINT CEMETERY

Swan Point Cemetery opens new burial area for first time in...

PROVIDENCE – Swan Point Cemetery has opened a 2.5-acre burial area on the northwest section, the first time in 10 years it has opened...
THIS AMERICAN SUPPLY CO. building in Central Falls, a rare example of a supply house for cotton, textile and silk mills of Rhode Island, has joined the National Register of Historic Places. /COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HISTORICAL PRESERVATION & HERITAGE COMMISSION

Central Falls textile building named to National Register of Historic Places

CENTRAL FALLS – A rare example of a supply house for cotton, textile and silk mills of Rhode Island has joined the National Register...
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Congregation Sons of Jacob raising funds for synagogue improvements

PROVIDENCE – The historic Congregation Sons of Jacob synagogue has survived construction of an interstate highway near its Smith Hill location, and the gradual...
OPERATED ORIGINALLY as the Central Diner, the historic diner is now up for sale.

Historic Elmwood Diner listed for sale

PROVIDENCE – The historic Elmwood Diner near Roger Williams Park is being sold, its owners having closed the business earlier this month. The 49-seat dining car...

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