Finishing the East Bay with Warren, a town with a bloody history.
Tiverton’s fishy past deserves a flag that reflects its rich history.
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.
Shipwrecks, secession, and scales as Sam Howard examines the flag of New Shoreham (aka Block Island).
Lincoln, “a federation” of mill villages, home to Rhode Island’s major canal and site of some of its heaviest labor unrest.
Friday Flagging returns to visit the very Italian Town of Johnston.
Each Friday, I look at the flags and associated symbols of cities and towns in Rhode Island. This week, we
Examining the flag of Glocester, a place of Ancients and Horribles, Dorr rebels, and elephant-murderers.
Every Friday until November, I’ll be doing a deep dive into the flags (and accompanying civic symbols) of cities and
East Providence: Rhode Island’s alpha and omega, the city that stands astride two states.