The definitive ranking of 36 out of 39 of the municipal flags of Rhode Island.
Today is the 39th and final redesign entry for a municipality in Rhode Island. To close out the series, we
West Warwick, the industrial heart of the Pawtuxet River Valley, gets a look at its setting sun and its relationship to Warwick.
West Greenwich, a town that nearly lost its people, and then nearly lost its land, has rebounded, but it’s still an enigma to most Rhode Islanders.
Westerly, a town of borders, seaside resorts, and granite.
A flag for a community that survived thanks to good lobbying, whose leaders ran this state, and is that supposed to be a wyvern or an eagle?
Finishing the East Bay with Warren, a town with a bloody history.
Tiverton’s fishy past deserves a flag that reflects its rich history.
Friday Flagging looks at South Kingstown, a former capital with an absolutely brutal past, and also a lot of wool.
Going to Apple Valley to talk more about mills villages, partitions, and how suburbanization revitalized western RI.