Wednesday Dec 18
The Providence Journal
Petition delivered to Providence Diocese asking Bishop Tobin to apologize for Mandela remarks
About six people turned out Wednesday to present a petition to Diocese of Providence Bishop Thomas J. Tobin that argues he should apologize for remarks he made criticizing the late Nelson Mandela.
Tue Dec 17, 2013
Alicia Wells-Smith, senior vice president of Bank of America of Warwick, was named one of four Junior Achievement of Rhode Island 2014 recipients of the Morris J.W. Gaebe Profile in Excellence Award.
Early Dismissal For Schools Today Due To Snow
The East Greenwich schools will be dismissed early today - Tuesday, Dec. 17 - because of the snow that began falling this morning.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
East Greenwich Holiday Guide
The halls are decked, the tree is trimmed, and there's even some white stuff all around to remind us that the holiday season is upon us.
The Providence Journal
370 affordable homes planned with Building Homes RI grants
More than $11.5 million in Building Homes Rhode Island grants will be used to develop 370 new affordable homes in the state, according to HousingWorks RI.
The Star Press
Carroll reflects on Heisman adventure
As Chandler Carroll looked for one word to describe his weekend on Saturday night, he chose 'unreal.'
Sun Dec 15, 2013
Monday Essentials: Online Rec Signups, Frenchtown Commons Zone Change
Recycles Pickup This Week: This is the week to pull your big blue toter to the curb for pickup on your regular trash pickup day.
Police Log: Drag Racing Shoplifter
He yelled at her and, after she told him to take a "chill pill," he told her to shove the pill up her ***.
Sat Dec 14, 2013
Andrew Miner Wins High School Heisman
East Greenwich's Andrew Miner was named a Wendy's High School Heisman winner during a ceremony Friday night in New York.
Fri Dec 13, 2013
Weekend Agenda: A Heart For Newtown
A year ago, more than 150 East Greenwich residents gathered at the high school to form a heart for Newtown.
Safety At EG Schools, One Year After Newtown
If the shootings at Columbine High School in 1999 were every school district's nightmare, what happened a year ago at Sandy Hook Elementary was the rude wake up call.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Stone Ridge Luminaria This Weekend
This Saturday night, the annual Stone Ridge Candlelight Tour - what most of us call the Stone Ridge Luminaria - will place.
Oxnard Pharmacy sold to CVS
Owner and head pharmacist David Feeney first started working at the Oxnard Pharmacy in Warwick when he was fresh out of school.
Dead fox in East Greenwich positive for rabies
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management said a gray fox whose carcass was found Monday in a barn in the vicinity of Tillinghast and Frenchtown roads was positive for rabies.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
EG Animal Protection League Wants New Home
The East Greenwich Animal Protection League has been sharing space with Greenwich Bay Animal Hospital since 1980 but they've decided it's time to get their own space.
Police Log: Underage Drinking & House Rules
She was arraigned at the station by a justice of the peace and released on $5,000 personal recognizance.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Monday Essentials: 2015 Budget Talks Begin
Indoor farmers market: Check out East Greenwich's Indoor Winter Market this afternoon.
NECAP Waiver Policy To Require Senior-Project-Like Presentation
The School Committee gave a "first reading" Tuesday night to a waiver policy that could be used by students seeking a high school diploma who are unable to score high enough on the NECAP state assessment exams.
Grave Concerns: Scouts, Glenwood & EG's New Cemetery Commission
Cemeteries as an Eagle Scout project: It has been a while since the last column, but that doesn't mean nothing is happening, cemeterially speaking.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Winter's Eve At Library Celebrates Art With Music, Friends, Food
A letter from the Friends of the EG Free Library. The Friends of East Greenwich Free Library wishes to thank everyone for making our third annual Winter's Eve a festive gathering of friends, artists and music! It was an amazing evening.