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Developer Arnold "Buff" Chace Jr. is working to acquire the Providence Journal Building at 75 Fountain Street, and he expects the ownership of the property to be resolved by the end of this month.
Working with "an outside investment company" that he declined to identify, Chace said he has the Journal property under a tentative purchase agreement. He said he's pursuing a review of the condition of the site, which includes two parking lots. Chace declined to discuss terms for a possible acquisition of the property.
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Dr. Stanley Aronson, the founding dean of Brown University’s Alpert School of Medicine, a prolific writer, advocate for community organizations and one of Rhode Island’s most prominent public intellectuals, died this morning. He was 92.
Aronson, whose career spanned more than 70 years, was a world-renowned doctor, medical researcher and leader in medical education. A genial, generous man, Aronson served as mentor to generations of physicians and medical students.
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