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As we prepare to kick off a new week, let’s take a look back at the week that was.

Top stories this past week included:

The Preservation Society of Fall River creating low-income housing in a way people might not expect. Jim Soule, who co-founded the Preservation Society of Fall River and is the president of its board of directors, is attempting to change what low-income housing looks like. A house on June Street has undergone a year of restoration and will be rented out as low-income apartments within the next few weeks. Take a look around this historic, updated property.

The latest Greater Fall River real estate report, featuring a gorgeous Westport colonial that sold for $845,000. The home at 13 Autumn Dr. features pocket doors, built-in bookshelves, and multiple fireplaces. Check it out, as well as other recent top-selling properties.

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