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SCOOP THAT POOP

(Reprinted from Cranston Herald) On August 23, 1993, the Cranston City Council passed an ordinance making it a violation for the owner of any domestic animal not to remove and properly dispose of any animal waste left by the animal on any city prope... more

Fall 1994, vol 19 num 2, Page 8

 


DEVENEY AND AVEDISIAN ASK THAT PAWTUXET BE INCLUDED IN STATE ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN

Rep. Susan E. Deveney (R-Dist. 28) and Warwick City Councilman Scott Avedisian (R-Ward 1) announced that they have asked Governor Bruce Sundlun to include the historic village of Pawtuxet in the recently unvielled state tourism campaign. Councilm... more

Summer 1993, vol 17 num 10, Page 3

 


WORK UNDERWAY AT THE JOHN WATERMAN ARNOLD HOUSE
Warwick Historical Society Receives Grants

The John Waterman Arnold House, headquarters of the Warwick Historical Society on Roger Williams Avenue (surrounded by the Pawtuxet Memorial Park on Harrison Avenue, which is off of Fair Street), is undergoing restoration work, thanks to generous ... more

Spring 2005, vol 31 num 1, Page 16

 


TWO ACCOUNTS OF 19TH CENTURY LIFE
The Warwick Poor Farm

Commentary by Donald W. Wyatt, Warwick Beacon, Dec. 6, 1992, with statistical notes by Henry A. L. Brown To be poor in the 19th century was to be an outcast. Society had little time or patience for those unable to earn a living and relegated them to... more

Spring 2018, vol 44 num 2, Page 10

 


CRANSTON AND WARWICK NEWS
A Salute to an Unsung Hero

Stillhouse Cove marsh restoration is complete, work on the Pawtuxet Village Traffic Calming project is imminent, and the The contractor has been chosen by the cities of Cranston and Warwick on the long-awaited Pawtuxet Village Traffic Calming Pawt... more

Spring 2005, vol 31 num 1, Page 12

 


ON THE CRANSTON WATERFRONT

No matter the season, the restored watertrom at Stillhouse Cove is a delight. In the thick fog of summer, the quiet of "little cat's feet" is interrupted by the moan of foghorns directing traffic on the bay. At the same time, not one, but two pair... more

Spring 2005, vol 31 num 1, Page 12

 


PROGRESS IN CRANSTON HISTORICAL DISTRICTS

establish theirown districts and commissions was fraught with vague provisions and open to possible court challenges in several areas. For almost two years a sub-committee met on a monthly basis to address changes and additions to the existing s... more

Fall 1989, vol 15 num 3, Page 9

 


ON THE CRANSTON WATERFRONT

No matter the season, the restored waterfront at Stilthouse Cove is a delight. In the thick fog of summer, the quiet of "little cat's feet" is interrupted by the moan of foghorn s directing traffic on the bay. At the same time, not one, but two pa... more

Fall 2005, vol 31 num 2, Page 12

 


PVA BOAD VOTES TO EXPLORE HISTORIC DISTRICT ZONING FOR CRANSTON

The character of our community is found in the interesting homes and buildings of our neighborhoods and main street and in the stories they hold from the past as well as the stories they will provide for the future. But the way our village looks... more

February 2008, Page 1

 


HISTORIC ZONING FOR CRANSTON?

In order to clarify what your Cranston Historic District Commission can and cannot do, a listing was prepared in order to clarify the limits and the authority of the City of Cranston's ordinance. Do not assume that what you know about other dist... more

Spring 1991, vol 17 num 2, Page 6

 


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Woodcut of the Pawtuxet River Bridge in the Village of Pawtuxet, Rhode Island.
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