The Rapidian

neighborhood revitalization

Strangers to connect at free event designed to create empowered black community

by (jamiel_robinson)

Submitted 06-23-2015 under NEWS

A community collaborative is bringing two respected speakers, Eugene A. Mitchell of New York Life and Margarita "Maggie" Anderson of the Chicago area, to host a Community Conversation Money Matters: Financially Empowering the Black...

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Building revitalization projects proposed for Wealthy Street

by (TSzakal)

Submitted 01-13-2015 under LOCAL LIFE

Proposals were brought to the January East Hills Council of Neighbors meeting, with a butcher shop and mixed-use development aim to revitalize the lots at 1106 and 1059 Wealthy Street SE. Matt Smith, future owner of Louise Earl Butcher, is currently...

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Habitat for Humanity raises walls in Wealthy Heights neighborhood

by (Renato)

Submitted 11-16-2012 under NEWS

On Friday November 16, 2012, community members from throughout Kent County participated in a wall-raising ceremony with Habitat for Humanity’s Women Build program. The wall-raising ceremony took place at 307 Robey Place SE, and...

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One person can change the world

by (LINC News Bureau)

Submitted 07-24-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

LINC Community Revitalization Inc.: What compels you to take such an active part in the I Believe I Become movement? Minnie Dentmond: I like meeting people and talking with them. The I Believe I Become meetings provide a great opportunity for me to...

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Bridge Street Place: Sustainable, Affordable Permanent Housing for Survivors of Domestic Violence

by (Dwelling Place)

Submitted 02-19-2010 under NONPROFITS

  Amidst a growing need to provide for affordable, permanent housing needs for survivors of domestic violence, last week Dwelling Place announced the completion of the transformation and renovation of a transitional housing community, My...

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