Tag Archives: Warren Preservation Society

Jill Culora interviews Don Primiano for the upcoming exhibition.

Warren’s ‘Silent Generation’ speaks

Warren’s ‘Silent Generation’ speaks

Alex Mikulski remembered delivering milk to the many Speak-Easys that dotted Water Street. Judith Davidson could clearly recall the British soldiers who used to buy lemonade from her stand as they visited the shipyards along the Warren River. And Bertha Lial had fond memories of the days when her family farm was one of the

Preservation Society tried to save St. Mark’s

To the editor: Shortly after St. Mark’s was put on the market, the Warren Preservation Society (WPS) developed a plan to advocate for a preservation-minded buyer. We worked with the Diocese directly (Ty Creason) and through the realtor, Leslie Hogan, to make funds available to advertise the property in national and regional publications, as well

This is the Church Street entrance to "Stingy Alley."

‘Stingy Alley’ panckake breakfast Saturday in Warren

Like pancakes? You’re in luck. Feeling stingy? Even better. The Warren Preservation Society holds a Pancake Breakfast on Stingy Alley (between Church and Baker streets) on Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. There will be pancakes, sausage and fruit and coffee and juice. In case of inclement weather, breakfast will be served