R.I. Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Division ‘Takes It to the Streets’ in Kennedy Plaza

General Treasurer Seth Magaziner will join Rhode Island Treasury's Unclaimed Property Division at Burnside Park in Kennedy Plaza tomorrow, June 18, to help residents search and file claims for unclaimed property.

DEM’s Angelo Liberti, III Receives Environmental Achievement Award from Save The Bay at Group’s...

Angelo S. Liberti III, chief of surface water protection in the Department of Environmental Management's Office of Water Resources, is the recipient of Save The Bay's Environmental Achievement Award. Liberti was among six individuals recognized for their environmental work by the group last week during its annual meeting in Providence.

Raimondo Nominates Six to the Building Codes Standards Commission

Governor Gina M. Raimondo today announced her intent to nominate Kris Bradner, Catherine Fox, M. David Odeh, John Sinnott, Joseph Warner and Christine West to the Building Codes Standards Commission. Raimondo will submit their names to the Rhode Island State Senate for confirmation. "The Building Codes Commission provides Rhode Island with the safest constructed buildings possible," said Raimondo.

Raimondo Nominates Seven Members to the Rhode Island Energy Efficiency and Resource Management Board

Governor Gina M. Raimondo today announced her intent to nominate the following individuals to the Rhode Island Energy Efficiency and Resource Management Council

Wall and Epstein Named to GPBOR Executive Board

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - September 25, 2013 - (RealEstateRama) -- Residential Properties Ltd. Sales Associates Chris Wall and Rich Epstein were both appointed to executive positions with the Greater Providence Board of Realtors (GPBOR) during the group’s 107th Annual Membership Meeting this past Wednesday at the Squantum Association in East Providence.

RPL Honors Top Agents at Annual Luncheon

Providence, RI - May 15, 2012 - (RealEstateRama) -- Residential Properties Ltd. honored the top producers of the firm at a luncheon last Thursday sponsored by President and CEO, Sally Lapides. This year had some added special achievements, since Gerri Schiffman of the Providence Office not only led the group, but was also the number one producing individual agent in the state in gross sales volume. Judy Chace from the Narragansett Office was also specially recognized, as she was the second highest producing agent, by gross sales volume, in the state. Overall, thirty agents were recognized as top producers for their contributions during 2011.

Reed Announces Over $9.6 Million in Community Development Grants for Rhode Island

WASHINGTON, DC - August 14, 2008 - (RealEstateRama) — In an effort to revitalize local neighborhoods and provide more Rhode Islanders with safe and affordable housing, U.S. Senator Jack Reed (D-RI) today announced that Cranston, East Providence, Providence, Warwick, and Woonsocket will receive over $9.6 million in federal Community Development Block Grants (CDBG).

Senate Panel Approves $7.85 Million for Rhode Island in Transportation and Housing Spending Plan

WASHINGTON, DC (RealEstateRama) July 11, 2008 – U.S. Senators Jack Reed (D-RI) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) today announced that the Appropriations Committee has approved legislation including $4.7 million in funding for Rhode Island transportation, housing, and infrastructure improvement initiatives they requested as part of the 2009 Transportation

Habitat Prison Partnership Teaches Women New Skills, Builds Confidence

Habitat for Humanity of Rhode Island – Greater Providence, Inc. and the Rhode Island Department of Corrections (RIDOC) have teamed up for the Habitat...


Rhode Island Treasury Reunited 8,860 People with $11.7 Million in Unclaimed...

The Office of Rhode Island General Treasurer Seth Magaziner reunited 8,860 people with $11.7 million in unclaimed property in the fiscal year that ended on June 30


Langevin, Whitehouse Highlight Bill to Invest $170 Million in Fixing RI...

Congressman Jim Langevin and Senator Sheldon Whitehouse today joined with state, town, and labor officials by the Factory Bridge in West Warwick to call on Congress to pass the Strengthen and Fortify Existing (SAFE) Bridges Act. The SAFE Bridges Act was introduced in the Senate by Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), Whitehouse, and others last month and will be introduced in the House this week by Langevin. The bill would deliver up to $170 million to repair Rhode Island’s deficient and crumbling bridges and create construction jobs