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Providence planning board rejects 46-story Fane tower (The Providence Journal, 05/15/18)
The City Plan Commission voted 5-2 Tuesday night against recommending approval of a zoning change required for developer Jason Fane’s proposed 46-story residential tower on Dyer Street. »

New Nathanael Greene on target for 2018-2019 opening (The Valley Breeze, 05/08/18)
The major rehabilitation of Nathanael Greene Elementary School on Smithfield Avenue is set to be substantially completed by June 30, on schedule for a move-in by late August, according to representatives on the project. »

Editorial: Soaring addition to the downtown (The Providence Journal, 05/01/18)
The newly unveiled design of a 46-story, curved tower proposed for downtown Providence is not to everyone’s liking. It would be a landmark building, the tallest in Rhode Island, a dramatic addition to the skyline. »

Is proposed ‘Hope Point Tower’ in Providence a thing of beauty? Or just bizarre? (The Providence Journal, 04/28/18)
“A pair of leggings,” is how Randy Greene, of Providence, describes the appearance of a proposed 46-story apartment tower on Dyer Street. »

Westminster St. residential/retail project gets go-ahead (The Providence Journal, 02/20/18)
As disapproving residents looked on, the City Plan Commission voted 4 to 1 Tuesday night to approve the preliminary plan for a five-story mixed-use building at 1292 Westminster St. »

My Turn: Brandee Lapisky: Don’t forget good that charters do (The Providence Journal, 02/14/18)
Too often, tensions over school funding drive district and charter schools apart. »

Mayor, governor take a walk through all-new Greene school (Pawtucket Times, 06/16/18)
The word of the day on Thursday was “wow,” as Gov. Gina M. Raimondo kept repeating that exclamation.»