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On a traditional dark and stormy night, about 40 adults and a dozen children sampled their way through the Summit Neighborhood Association’s fifth annual cookoff a few days before Halloween. Gathering in Seven Stars bakery on Hope Street, the cooks brought a total of 11 entries, all with apples as the major ingredient. The dishes […]
Since autumn is upon us, this is the time for baked goods made from that New England staple – apple. The Summit Neighborhood Association’s annual bake off competition is set for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28 at Seven Stars bakery, 820 Hope St. and the featured ingredient is apple. Everyone in the neighborhood is […]
The Miriam Hospital plans to submit its Institutional Master Plan on Oct. 20 to the Providence City Plan Commission. In advance of that presentation, the hospital encourages its neighbors to attend a community forum to discuss plans for the main campus.
The forum will be Thursday, Sept. 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the Hurvitz Board Room (located next to the gift shop) in the main hospital building.
In general, the hospital isn’t submitting anything new for 2015, but the IMP requires that its plans be submitted every five years. As the previous two submissions have indicated, the hospital hopes to create single-patient hospital rooms in Building A some time within the next five years. Director of Community Relations Monica Anderson has indicated that the plan does not have any designs or rendering to date, nor is there current funding for the project.
Kindly RSVP for the discussion meeting by calling the Neighborhood Hotline at (401) 793-4040. Refreshments will be served.
Parking meters will not, repeat not, be coming soon, if ever, to the Hope Street commercial district. That was the message relayed by Pernilla Frazier, co-president of the Hope Street Merchants Association, to the regular meeting of the Summit Neighborhood Association’s board of directors. She was reporting on a presentation by Providence Parking Administrator Leo […]