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Mother of All Tailgates takes Gillette Stadium by storm at Army-Navy...

In this season of giving and goodwill, there is a food service organization doing good work. That work was highlighted at the Army-Navy college...
MICHAEL MOTA, the owner of Skyline at Waterplace LLC in Providence, told WPRI-TV CBS 12 Wednesday that the wedding and events venue will remain open for business as the company appeals an R.I. District Court judge’s ruling allowing the city to proceed with an eviction. / COURTESY SKYLINE AT WATERPLACE

Skyline at Waterplace appeals eviction, remains open for business

PROVIDENCE – Skyline at Waterplace LLC is back in business. Michael Mota, the owner of the wedding and events venue, told WPRI-TV CBS 12 Wednesday...

$1.25M in federal funding awarded for Woonasquatucket River resiliency upgrades

PROVIDNECE – Members of the R.I. congressional delegation on Tuesday announced the city and the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council have been awarded a pair...

Riverwalk and Waterplace Park get $7.8M for accessibility, resiliency upgrades

PROVIDENCE – The city is getting a $7.8 million federal grant to support accessibility and design improvements and resiliency upgrades to the Providence Riverwalk...
WATERPLACE PARK is being looked at as one of downtown Providence's city parks to be included in a new nonprofit that's being develop to support vibrancy with the city's parks. / COURTESY WATERFIRE PROVIDENCE

Nonprofit to support Providence parks in the works

PROVIDENCE – The original idea of the Downtown Providence Parks Conservancy was to create a pedestrian-friendly environment, promote arts and culture and bolster economic...
ADVANCED PLANNING: Arnold “Buff” Chace Jr., managing principal of Cornish Associates LP, is co-chairman of a group called the Providence Resilience Partnership, which is looking at how to better understand and prepare the city for flood risk and secure federal funding for its priorities. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

SURGE MENTALITY: Warning sounded about Providence’s widespread flood risks

Arnold “Buff” Chace Jr. was 7 years old when Hurricane Carol ravaged Rhode Island, with a storm surge that submerged downtown Providence in 12...

Marsella Development Corp. to purchase Union Station’s lower floor; build food...

PROVIDENCE – Marsella Development Corp. had a hand in redeveloping Union Station more than three decades ago. Now, the company is working with the...
PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Most-read stories on PBN.com, November 2019

1. For many R.I. golf clubs, fairways and greens aren’t enough to survive PUBLISHED IN PRINT: NOV. 1. Local golf and country clubs have...

Waterplace Park dredging to begin this month

PROVIDENCE – A long-awaited dredging of Waterplace Park is expected to begin within days. The project will remove 22,000 cubic yards of silt from the...

City tries to ‘stir up the economy’

Providence is again positioning itself to help businesses benefit from celebrations ringing in the new year, though it will be a couple of months...
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