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2010 

ROGER WILLIAMS PARK & BOTANICAL - "GREEN EVENT"     Roger Williams Park and Botanical “Green Event”   This is a must see to take the family and enjoy all the great "green" features it has to offer, there are some very unique plants, waterfalls, and ponds throughout the center.  The Botanical Cent...
04/27/2010
                    Spring Time “RE/MAX” Hot Air Balloon Promotions         Although our “Challenge the Wind” school program is the most popular use of “Big Max” during this time of year, there are many other events in local communities where the RE/MAX hot and cold air balloons can be put to ver...
04/26/2010
  Housing Prices and Sales Increase in First Quarter    According to statistics released today by the Rhode Island Association of REALTORS®, the state's housing market showed strong signs of rebounding in the first quarter.  Sales of single family homes were up 8.5 percent from first quarter of 2...
04/25/2010
Earth Day  Eco-friendly Web sites appeal to the environmentally Conscious You know where to shop locally and find information for your green needs, but what about doing some of your shopping and research online, too? Here are some of the top 10 eco-friendly Web sites. www.greenpeople.org –Directo...
04/21/2010
  Wickford Village - where to begin?  Wickford represents what a real village should be – small but not confined, accessible and not limiting, quaint but not, well, out of range of conveniences that we’re accustomed to.  (But this can also apply to Rhode Island given its size and multi-faceted po...
04/15/2010
Rhode Island is Underwater - Flood of 2010 WARWICK, R.I. - U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano took a helicopter tour over still-flooded Rhode Island on Friday, witnessing waterlogged shopping malls and homes with people's possessions laid out to dry in their yards, as...
04/05/2010
    Buttonwoods/Old Buttonwoods Neighborhood       Located in the West Bay area of Warwick is a neighborhood known as Old Buttonwoods.  Buttonwoods is the name of a type of tree found mainly on shorelines and is a clue to the mystery of  the place.  Originally founded as a summer colony in 1871 b...
04/04/2010
  Potowomet on the Bay     You may never hear the name Potowomet in a game of Jeopardy.  Nevertheless, it is the birthplace of the American Revolution’s premier General, Nathaniel Green, in 1742.  And oddly enough, you will can only find this enclave of Warwick by leaving the City altogether.    ...
04/03/2010
Warwick Neck The website for Warwick Neck says ‘Where It’s All About The Quality Of Life.’  And that pretty much sums up the world of Warwick Neck.  Central to the area is it’s Lighthouse, down at the bottom of the Neck, which has safeguarded seafarers since 1826.  Currently the Coast Guard maint...
04/01/2010
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