Home Tags Newport

Tag: Newport

NATIONAL GRID provided updates Wednesday on efforts to restore gas service to impacted customers in Middletown and Newport. The Newport system is still in the process of being shut down customer by customer. The small Middletown system is in the process of being re-lit after successful reintroduction of gas pressure over the evening. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN

National Grid provides update on gas restoration efforts

NEWPORT – On day three of the National Grid low-pressure gas service shutdown in Middletown and Newport, officials gathered to provide updates on the...

Woonsocket and Newport to get affordable housing projects

PROVIDENCE – Buildings and homes in need of repairs in Woonsocket and Newport have access to funds for rehabilitation under an affordable housing initiative...

Executive Transition at Newport’s MLK Community Center: Warren retires, Strout succeeds...

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center announces a change in executive leadership. Longtime Executive Director Marilyn Warren has retired and Portsmouth resident...
THE COMMODORE WILLIAM EDGAR House, located at 25 Old Beach Road, Newport, was sold for $3.53 million. / COURTESY LILA DELMAN REAL ESTATE

Newport’s Commodore William Edgar House sells for $3.5M

PROVIDENCE – A two-unit building, located at 25 Old Beach Road, Newport, was sold for $3.53 million, the highest price of a multifamily home...
BARBARA COTTAM, chair of the R.I. Board of Education, spoke at the Computer Science for Rhode Island Summit held on Dec. 13 at the University of Rhode Island. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE ALVAREZ EWENS

Two sections of Newport targeted for revitalization grants

PROVIDENCE – Newport may be known for its seaside mansions, but two neighborhoods in the community are being targeted for revitalization efforts. Citizens Bank’s charitable...

Middle passage marker to spark conversation in Newport

While some places in the American South are coming to grips with their pre-Civil War history by tearing down or moving monuments to people...
CHARLIE ENRIGHT, Skipper for Vestas 11th Hour, works in the pit on Day 15 of Leg 8 from Itajai, Brazil, to Newport. / COURTESY VOLVO OCEAN RACE/MARTIN KERUZORE CHARLIE ENRIGHT, Skipper for Vestas 11th Hour, works in the pit on Day 15 of Leg 8 from Itajai, Brazil, to Newport. / COURTESY VOLVO OCEAN RACE/MARTIN KERUZORE

Volvo Ocean Race to arrive Tuesday

NEWPORT – The Volvo Ocean race approaches Newport, with race leader Team Brunel less than 200 nautical miles from port. The team leads the...
STUDENTS FROM ROCKING THE BOAT are pictured sailing on the Hudson River. / COURTESY ROCKING THE BOAT/11TH HOUR RACING

Grants from 11th Hour Racing benefit 10 organizations

NEWPORT - Less than a week before Volvo Ocean Race contestants and fans descend upon Newport, 11th Hour Racing, based in the City by...
AT FRIDAY'S TOURISM STUDY COMMISSION MEETING, it was confirmed that Newport's contract with short-term rental property monitoring software company Host Compliance was extended. Rep. Lauren H. Carson, D-Newport, the committee's head, sits at the center of the back row. / PBN PHOTO/EMILY GOWDEY-BACKUS

Newport extends host compliance contract for three years

PROVIDENCE – At the April Tourism Study Commission meeting, held Friday at the Statehouse, it was confirmed that Newport had re-upped its contract with...
NEWPORT CITY SOLICITOR Christopher Behan has released a “letter of interest” outlining the possible terms of a sale of the city’s armory, above, to the National Sailing Hall of Fame for $1.7 million. / COURTESY JUST ASK/SCOTT KINGSLEY

Newport mayor expresses support for sale of armory to Sailing Hall...

NEWPORT – After the Newport city solicitor released a “letter of interest” Wednesday outlining the possible terms of a sale of the city’s armory to...
- Featured Event -

Latest News