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Goodbye, For Now

Today is the last day East Greenwich News will be updated – I am putting the website on hiatus. Why? After a year of more-than-full-time work on this website, I

Real Estate

Showcased Home: 30 Middle Road of “Christmas in the Barn” Fame for Sale

To merely say this custom built home has two bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms in 3,100 square feet of living space does not do it justice.  The unique

Features

Bunny’s Pool Room: The Answers

By George Reed Here are the answers to last week’s “So, Think You Know E.G.?” quiz on Bunny’s Pool Room. Missed it? Find the post here. 1. Where was Bunny’s Pool Room? 

Features Schools

EGHS Wall of Honor Ceremony: Memories, Inside Jokes, a Tear or Two

The East Greenwich High School Wall of Honor Ceremony is hitting its stride, with a record 144 people in attendance Wednesday night, the eighth such ceremony. It helped that one of

General Interest

EG Weekend: Comedy at Odeum; Scott Carlson 5K at Goddard

Friday, April 17 Teen Center: Sponsored by the Town of East Greenwich and the Town Substance Abuse Program, the Teen Center is a weekly drop-in location for teens to gather

General Interest Police & Fire

Patrolman’s Fast Action Saves Man From Oncoming Train

Patrolman Matthew White was only blocks away, Friday, April 3 – Good Friday, as it happened – when dispatch radioed about a man, possibly drunk or high, on the train tracks

Real Estate

Just Sold: Three East Greenwich Homes Sold

A property report of the homes purchased in East Greenwich, Cowesett and Potowomut from April 8 to 15, 2015. 279 Grand View Road, EG Date: 4/8/15 Sale Price: $392,000 Seller:

Government Schools

Proposed $60.9 Million 2016 Budget Would Boost Taxes by 2%

Citing nearly $700,000 in lost revenue next year and with the schools seeking a higher percentage increase than in recent years, Town Manager Tom Coyle outlined his $60.9 million budget

Police & Fire

EG Police Reports: Train Track Rescue; Arrest for January Tire Slashings

These reports come from the East Greenwich Police Department and are public information. An arrest does not mean the individual has been convicted of a crime. EG News does not

Government

Town Asks Judge to Dismiss Jury Award In Cole Construction Trial

Editor’s Note: This story was amended 4/13/15 at 11 a.m. The lawyer representing the town in the Cole Middle School construction trial that ended last month has filed three motions,