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An 8,200-square-foot home in Newport known as "Normandie" recently sold for $12.5 million, according to Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty, which represented the seller in the deal. / COURTESY GUSTAVE WHITE SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

Secluded waterfront home in Newport sells for $12.5M

PROVIDENCE – A custom 8,200-square-foot home located along the ocean, on a stretch of land in Newport called Cherry Neck, was recently sold for...

Ortho Rhode Island Announces Dr. Josef Fields as Physical Medicine and...

Josef Fields, DO has joined the orthopedics team at Ortho Rhode Island as a board-certified physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist for a variety of...
The 40,982-square-foot "Miramar" estate at 646 Bellevue Ave. in Newport was sold recently for $27 million, according to a city official. / COURTESY GUSTAVE WHITE SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

‘Miramar’ mansion in Newport sells for $27M, nearly matching record

NEWPORT – The sale of the Newport mansion known as "Miramar" came within $3 million of matching the record for biggest residential property sale...
THE 11,579-SQUARE-FOOT HOME at 626 Bellevue Ave. known as "Clarendon Court" sold for a Rhode Island real estate record-breaking $30 million. / Courtesy Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty

R.I. record shattered by $30M sale of Newport Cliff Walk mansion

NEWPORT – Smashing the Rhode Island real estate record set when singer Taylor Swift bought a mansion in Westerly, an oceanfront estate known as...
The Seaward estate at 339 Ocean Ave. in Newport was sold in part for $16 million after a subdivision, separating 20 acres including a home and guest house, from the rest of the 45-acre property, according to Lila Delman Compass, which represented the seller and buyer in the deal.

Biggest R.I. sale since 2019: Part of ‘Seaward’ property goes for...

NEWPORT – Known as "Seaward," the property at 339 Ocean Ave. in Newport formerly came with an asking price of $45 million, which set...

Ocean State event organizers navigating uncharted waters

NEWPORT – Rhode Island's event organizers have been under duress as they make plans while navigating the shifting sands of a changing COVID-19 pandemic,...

Newport seeking regulation of rental transportation due to public safety concerns

NEWPORT - Due to safety and congestion concerns, the Newport city council is seeking to regulate the amount of motorized rental vehicles on its...
HERE THEY COME: Block Island is expecting a strong summer tourism season, based on the boatloads of tourists already flocking there from the mainland. / PBN FILE PHOTO/K. CURTIS

Strong summer tourism first step in industry’s recovery

All signs point to what could be a banner summer for tourism in the Ocean State, at least in coastal communities that cater to...

Newport receives $598K grant for coastal resilience plan

NEWPORT – The city has received a $598,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense’s Office of Economic Adjustment to develop strategies to protect...

The Ocean Race postpones competition for one year due to COVID-19

NEWPORT – The next Ocean Race has been postponed by one year and will start in October 2022, the sailing organization announced on Thursday. The...

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