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East Greenwich is alive with historic structures. Happily, the East Greenwich Free Library and the Main Street Associates have organized a way for us to learn more about our history.
Erica Maddalena is serious about feeding East Greenwich. Three years after she opened Wild Harvest Bakery Cafe at 5600 Post Road , Maddalena is preparing to open a second cafe on South County Trail.
Most people believe that graduating from high school is important. Statistics abound detailing the effects of dropping out of school or failing to graduate.
Once upon a time, there was recess - a time where elementary age students got to play and get some of their wiggles out, so to speak.
Teens abusing alcohol - that's the typical picture. But EG drug counselor Bob Houghtaling has been sounding the alarm for years now that misuse of prescription drugs is equally, if not more, dangerous.
Eva-Marie Mancuso enjoys a lively debate but is clear about one thing: When it comes to education Rhode Island's children, the status quo is not an option.
Reasoning that the residents of Potowomut deserve the same level of fire protection and rescue service provided the rest of Warwick, and that a fire station could be built and operated at no additional cost to taxpayers, the City Council approved a $2 million bond Monday to build a two-bay station at the site of the Potowomut School.
Click through the image gallery to see which local homes are holding open houses on Saturday and/or Sunday .
Yard Sale: At 22 Spencer Avenue - furniture, fabric, leather, handbags, home goods, and antiques.
Bike to Work Day: I'll be biking around EG on Friday . How about you? Goddard Park Farmers Market: It's back! Actually, it started up last Friday .
The East Greenwich Planning Board voted to recommend to the Town Council a six-month moratorium on all wind turbines at a meeting Wednesday night during which time a more-permanent ordinance would be written.
East Greenwich Fire District meeting CANCELLED: The meeting was cancelled to due a lack of a quorum.
Lunchtime Concert: EG Parks & Recreation Department has started a new monthly lunchtime concert series that begins Wednesday.
This story was amended at 8:30 a.m., May 15. The East Greenwich Town Council approved a $58 million budget for fiscal year 2014 Monday night, which included money for fire and rescue services in anticipation of Gov.