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Warren will join together to welcome the holiday season when the town turns on its Christmas lights this Friday. This year, it won't be a child flipping the switch in front of town hall, though … more
With one week to go before Warren's re-imagined holiday festival, homeowners across town are going all in on organizer Marilyn Mathison's suggestion that they light their homes en masse next Friday … more
The holidays won't be the same in Warren this year, but organizers of the town's annual holiday festival have come up with a plan to bring people together despite the severe restrictions brought on … more
Tuesdays at the Tiverton Farmers Market will continue this fall, and through the winter, in the airy and light-filled community hall at Sandywoods Center for the Arts in Tiverton. Just minutes from … more
The Little Clay Studio, a ceramics cooperative for adults with developmental and physical disabilities, provides an inspirational classroom structure where artists can use their creativity to explore … more
PORTSMOUTH — Yes, Virginia, there is a Halloween this year. It’ll just be a little different. more
Warren's annual Walkabout, a festival of art, food and music in downtown Warren, kicks off this Sunday, Oct. 25. But unlike previous years, this year's edition will run six weeks, not just one … more
Phantoms & Fire brings a new twist to the Halloween season at Coggeshall Farm Museum (CFM), with a series of haunting outdoor performances and seasonal activities for all ages. Phantoms & … more
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ arrival along the shores of what is now known as Plymouth, Massachusetts, and the signing of the first treaty between the Pokanoket Nation … more
Warren officials plan to use a $75,000 state grant to re-invent the annual Walkabout festival this autumn, help give restaurant and other business owners the means to do business as the weather … more
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