If he hadn’t died from smallpox 3 months before the signing of the Declaration of Independence, he would have been one of our nation’s founding fathers. This cruel twist of fate left the story of his legacy incomplete and the man almost forgotten. He was Samuel Ward and his farm house stood where … Continue Reading about Westerly’s Forgotten Patriot
One of the visual cues of Fall, or “Autumn,” as the proper people say, is the sight of plump orange pumpkins on steps, porch railings, stone walls, in piles outside of grocery stores, and at local plant nurseries and farms. Smaller pumpkins can be spotted on work desks, in store windows, and on … Continue Reading about Autumn and Pumpkins and Hayrides, Oh My!
New & Existing Businesses
"...Neighborhoods can grow well, when we grow together." - Adam Mercer Cheers to a new place to sip opening up downtown; there are certainly a lot of wonderful spots to choose from these days, but … Continue Reading about Tapping in to Tapped Apple Winery
If you’d like to make your taste buds dance and your heart happy then there is a special place in downtown Westerly that you just have to visit. It’s called Pompelmo Gelateria, a delightful shop that … Continue Reading about Pompelmo Gelateria – A taste of Italy in the Heart of Downtown Westerly