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Winter lecture series to begin with ‘Horace Trumbauer Remembered’

NEWPORT – Horace Trumbauer, the architect responsible for Gilded Age beauties such as The Elms in Newport, as well as Miraramar and Stonybrook, will...
LIGHTING THE LAMP: Barnaby Evans, founder and executive artistic director of WaterFire Providence, lights a luminaria as part of the “Beacon of Hope” display at the WaterFire Arts Center to honor those 
who lost their lives due 

KEEPING THE FLAME ALIVE: WaterFire, other arts groups key to R.I....

WaterFire Providence entered 2020 with big plans. The nonprofit arts organization was preparing to mark the 25th anniversary since the first fires were lit on...

Preservation Society of Newport County lays off 231 workers as PPP...

NEWPORT – The Preservation Society of Newport County has laid off 231 full-time and part-time workers, representing 69% of its staff, WJAR-TV NBC 10...
OVER 1 MILLION tours of the Newport Mansions were given by the Preservation Society of Newport County in 2019. Pictured above, one of the mansions, The Elms. / COURTESY PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF NEWPORT COUNTY

Newport Mansions draw more than 1M visitors in 2019

NEWPORT – The Preservation Society of Newport County hosted over 1 million tours for the fourth consecutive year in 2019, the nonprofit announced on...

$500K federal grant to help cover Marble House roof repair

NEWPORT – A $500,000 federal grant will go toward a roof rehabilitation at Marble House in Newport, U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., announced Friday. The...
PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF NEWPORT COUNTY CEO and Executive Director Trudy Coxe, center, walks along the restored serpentine path at the Breakers with Hope "Happy" Van Beuren and board member David B. Ford Thursday in Newport. / PBN PHOTO/DAVE HANSEN

First phase of Breakers’ landscape restoration complete

NEWPORT – The $1 million initial phase of a multimillion dollar grounds restoration project at The Breakers has been completed. The project, part of The...
ONCE AGAIN, the Newport Mansions have surpassed one million visitors for the year. In 2018, visitors from more than 100 nations and all 50 states helped the nonprofit achieve the milestone at its properties, among them The Breakers, seen above. / COURTESY AAA NORTHEAST

Newport Mansions again surpass 1 million visitors in 2018

NEWPORT – More than one million vists to the Newport Mansions were made over 2018, the third consecutive year such a feat has been...

Horse-drawn carriages return to Newport for Weekend of Coaching

NEWPORT – Authentic 19th-century horse-drawn carriages will be on parade for view to the public for free throughout Newport in the Preservation Society of...
RESTORATION OF THE Rosecliff rose garden has been completed, per an announcement by the Preservation Society of Newport County Friday. The project was commenced in October. / COURTESY OF PSONC

Rosecliff rose garden restored thanks to donors

NEWPORT - With the help of two donations from the V.J. Palmieri Charitable Trust, totaling $95,000, the Preservation Society of Newport County has been able...

Flynn named director of development at Preservation Society of Newport County

NEWPORT – Returning to her home state, Tara Flynn has been named director of development at the Preservation Society of Newport County. Flynn spent the...

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