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.
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.
Scituate, one of three towns formed from Providence, could never quite escape the influence of the state capital, which permanently transformed it with the reservoir.