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NICK AUTIELLO, a vice president for Boston-based financial firm State Street Corp. and director of impact for global nonprofit Investor Leadership Network, is running for the soon-to-be-open Rhode Island 1st District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. / COURTESY NICK AUTIELLO

Autiello, a former Raimondo aide, to run for Congress

PROVIDENCE – A city resident who was a senior aide to then-Gov. Gina M. Raimondo now has his sights set on the U.S. Capitol...
BRENT RUNYON will step down as executive director of the Providence Preservation Society. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE PRESERVATION SOCIETY

Providence Preservation Society director Runyon to step down

PROVIDENCE – When Brent Runyon moved to Rhode Island in 2013 to take the role of Providence Preservation Society’s executive director, he was at...
THE PROVIDENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL District has been noted as the Providence Preservation Society's 2023 Most Endangered Properties. / COURTESY GOOGLE INC.

Providence Preservation Society lists 2023 most endangered properties

PROVIDENCE – The Providence Preservation Society on Tuesday released its 2023 Most Endangered Properties list, which will also be shared during the society’s annual...

Five-bedroom home built in 1852 sells for $2.5M in Providence

PROVIDENCE – A historic home in the College Hill neighborhood on the city’s East Side recently sold for $2.5 million, according to Residential Properties...

Questions linger as Fane tower project inches forward

PROVIDENCE – Six years after it was first introduced and amid continuous opposition, the Fane tower project is still inching forward, with the latest...

Providence City Plan Commission approves 2 mixed-use developments

PROVIDENCE – The City Plan Commission approved two major land development projects on Tuesday afternoon, one located in Upper South Providence and one in Wayland...

18 Providence art nonprofits share $2.5M in ARPA funds

PROVIDENCE – Eighteen arts and culture-based nonprofits will share $2.5 million in grants from the city’s federal American Rescue Plan Act funds, Mayor Jorge...

Teaching the trades that preserve history

The request sounded simple enough: repair a heating and ventilation system stymied by a broken fan. But when The Armory Revival Co. recently fielded...
'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...
THE PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION voted 4-0 on Tuesday to approve a preliminary plan for the renovation of an annex building connected to the former Citizens Bank building at 870 Westminster St. The Omni Group plans to add a third story to the annex building and construct a total of 33 one-bedroom apartments. / COURTESY PROVIDENCE CITY PLAN COMMISSION

Omni Group gains approval for Citizens Bank annex building apartments

PROVIDENCE – Developer The Omni Property Group Inc. received preliminary plan approval Tuesday for an apartment project in a century-old Citizens Bank building on...
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