Sign up for Our E-mail Newsletter

Powered by Constant Contact, email marketing you can trust.

Close Window

74 Dexter Street

Preservation News

2014

June

May

March

February

January

2013

December

November

October

August

July

June

May

March

January

2012

December

September

August

July

June

May

March

February

January

2011

December

November

September

August

July

June

May

April

March

February

January

2010

December

November

October

September

August

July

June

May

April

2014
Jun 12

RINPR: State's Historic Tax Program Not Included In State Budget

Link to full RINPR article

By CATHERINE WELCH

The House will take up a budget Thursday that does not include funding for the state’s historic tax credit program. In his budget, the governor included $52 million in tax credits with a $5 million per-project cap. But in a statement, House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said the state is taking a one-year break, and points to projects still in the pipeline. Providence Preservation Society Executive Director Brent Runyon said that pipeline needs to stay open.

Read the Entire Post →

2014
Jun 7

ProJo: Festival of Historic Houses to explore two Providence neighborhoods

Link to ProJo article

BY ANDY SMITH

Journal Staff Writer

Read the Entire Post →

2014
May 24

ProJo: [GrowSmart/PPS Speaker] sees redistricting as a key redefining cities and the populations they serve

Link to original article

Author sees redistricting as a key redefining cities and the populations they serve

BY KATE BRAMSON
Journal Staff Writer

Cities whose boundaries were defined centuries ago no longer match the populations they serve with culture, sports events and jobs, says Benjamin R. Barber, the keynote speaker brought to Providence this week by GrowSmartRI and the Providence Preservation Society.

Read the Entire Post →

2014
May 20

Providence Monthly: Celebrate PVD's Historic Homes

Providence Preservation Society's annual festival shows the city's rich heritage

Full article here

Read the Entire Post →

2014
Mar 7

ProJo: Lucie Searle and Steve Durkee: Now is the time to capitalize on Providence’s assets

Orignal ProJo Link 

By Lucie Searle and Steve Durkee 

Over the last 40 years, we have been bold in the city of Providence. We’ve moved train tracks, rivers and highways, added parks, rejuvenated historic properties and promoted new construction. This significant investment has literally shifted the city’s built environment and created a refreshed energy and engagement in our future. And through all this, the historic fabric of our downtown core has remained intact.

Read the Entire Post →