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HarborOne Bank awards $100K to 9 local nonprofits

PROVIDENCE – HarborOne Bank through its charitable foundation recently awarded $100,500 in grants to nine community and nonprofit organizations, according to a news release. Recipients...
A FINAL DESIGN for the first phase of the $48 million mixed-income housing project proposed by the Philadelphia-based Pennrose on Parcel 9 got a unanimous vote of approval from members of the I-195 Redevelopment District Commission during a meeting held outdoors on Monday at Innovation District Park. / RENDERING COURTESY I-195 REDEVELOPMENT DISTRICT.

$48 million Parcel 9 plans approved, public questions reduced parking

PROVIDENCE – Some city residents questioned the sense of having minimal parking as part of the plans for a $48 million mixed-income housing project...

Ribbon cutting held for affordable housing property in Olneyville

PROVIDENCE – A ribbon-cutting ceremony for 30 new affordable rental apartments in the Olneyville neighborhood was held Monday.  The King Street Commons, located at 33...

Four new health equity zones created as part of expansion pilot

PROVIDENCE – A pilot program backed by a national philanthropic organization is supporting the expansion of health equity zones across the state. Four additional HEZs...

Central Providence Opportunities Resident Advisory Council seeking grant applications for community-driven...

PROVIDENCE – ONE Neighborhood Builders announced June 2 that the Central Providence Opportunities Resident Advisory Council is seeking grant applications for its community impact...

Central Providence Health Equity Zone awards $399K to 16 organizations

PROVIDENCE – Sixteen organizations have received a combined $399,085 in grants from the Central Providence Health Equity Zone, convened by ONE Neighborhood Builders, the...
DOUBLE DUTY: Virginia Burdick, a certified nursing assistant and mother of two, stands in front of her two-bedroom apartment in South Kingstown. Burdick, who works two jobs to be able to afford the rent for the apartment, was recently approved by the South County Habitat for Humanity for one of its homes in Exeter, which she hopes to move into by the end of the year. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

MISSING MIDDLE: R.I. focuses on finding housing for people who fall...

Certified nursing assistant Virginia Burdick works two jobs so she can afford the rent for her cramped, two-bedroom apartment in South Kingstown. Her daughter,...

SEG and ONE Neighborhood Builders open small-business center in Olneyville

PROVIDENCE – A new small-business support center at 222 Manton Ave. opened on Thursday. The center, a collaboration between ONE Neighborhood Builders and Social Enterprise...
THE UNITED WAY of Rhode Island has awarded $4.5 million in grants to 72 local nonprofits to help stem racial inequality in the state.

United Way of R.I. awards $4.5M in grants to organizations promoting...

PROVIDENCE – As part of the United Way of Rhode Island’s five-year, $100 million plan to create transformative change in the Ocean State, the nonprofit...

East Providence to meet state affordable-housing goal with Sutton Place project

EAST PROVIDENCE – ONE Neighborhood Builders, a Providence-based community development nonprofit, has purchased a 36-unit apartment complex in East Providence for $3.3 million, the...

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