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FINALLY! WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Flaherty signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet (see map) an Historic District. Previ­ously the city had 10 sites designated historic, including Gaspee Point, 8 single structures, and the Warwick M... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 1

 


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS: AT WORK FOR WARWICK!

A new gazebo in Pawtuxet Park is just the latest in a series of projects that have been completed in Pawtuxet Village using federal community development block grant funds. City Councilman Scott Avedisian (R-Ward I) recently reflected on the l... more

Spring 1992, vol 17 num 5, Page 1

 


LETTER FROM SCOTT AVEDISIAN, COUNCILMAN - WARD I, WARWICK

Spring, 1991 Dear Friends: It has been a busy few months since I was sworn in as the new councilman in Ward 1, Warwick. During this time, a number of issues have developed that directly have an impact on Pawtuxet. One of my first votes was in ... more

Summer 1991, vol 17 num 2, Page 3

 


WARWICK DOWNS

A new book entitled "Warwick Downs", co-authored by Hazel Wade Kennedy and Henry AL. Brown, is now available at Twice Told Tales and the Family Restaurant in Pawtuxet. You may order by mail: Mail check to Hazel Kennedy, 99 Edgewood A venue, Cr... more

Spring 1994, vol 18 num 1, Page 1

 


WARWICK DOWNS REMEMBERED

In 1936 my father and mother, Joseph and Helen Breheny, purchased the Warwick Athletic Club in an area named Warwick Downs. It was to be used as a summer cottage for their family of three daughtersFrances, age 9; Margie, age 7; and Mary, age 1.... more

Summer 1993, vol 17 num 10, Page 6

 


THE WARWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Open and Ready to Serve the Public Again!

The Israel Arnold House, a fine example of mid-18th century architecture located on Roger Williams Circle, off Harrison Avenue, has been the headquarters for the Warwick Historical Society since 1965. Its builder was descended from William Arnol... more

Fall 2006/Winter 2007, vol 33 num 1, Page 20

 


FINALLY! WARWICK HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING
Fall 1989

On July 26, 1989, Mayor Flaherty signed into law an ordinance making the Warwick section of Pawtuxet ( see map) a Historic District. Previously, the city had ten sites designated historic, including Gaspee Point, eight single structures, and the ... more

Fall 2011, vol 38 num 2, Page 13

 


THE WARWICK MEDALLION

The Warwick medallion is the badge of the office that was presented to the Mayor of Warwick, Rhode Island, Joseph Mills, by Prime Minister Anthony Eden of the United . Kingdom and Mayor George Tibbits of the English borough. The presentation too... more

Holidays 2010, vol 37 num 2, Page 15

 


ONE HOUSE, THREE VIEWS
Warwick greatly benefits from its designation as a Historic District with projects such as the one below

This house located on Bank Street on the Warwick side of Pawtuxet Village, is known as the Sea-Captain's House. Horace G. Belcher, the Pawtuxet historian, took the first photo (above) some time between 1940-1945 and wrote that the house dated ... more

February 2008, Page 2

 


JOHN WATERMAN ARNOLD HOUSE: HEADQUARTERS OF THE WARWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY

in the house until her death in 1906. Because she never married and had no children, the house was sold out of the Arnold family. The house was owned or rented by a succession of dairy and chicken farmers until 1965. At that time the house had bee... more

Fall 2013, vol 40 num 2, Page 12

 


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