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A ‘Rose’ by any other name? EG’s Masse stars in play

February 4, 2011

This week only, three Roses will be much more than an entire bouquet. This week only, three Roses will live for an amazing 104 years.
This week only, three Roses will flower on the Boston stage and the freshest one bloomed its entire life in East Greenwich.
East Greenwich’s Therese Masse, Emerson College Class of 2011, is starring this week as young Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy in the world premiere of “The Color of Rose,” at Emerson College’s Paramount Center.
A BFA Acting major, Masse, 21, will be joined by professional actors Karen MacDonald, who plays middle-aged Rose, and Judith Roberts, in the role of older Rose. The three women, who will never leave the stage at any time during the performance, will convey the heart-wrenching journey of the grand matriarch of the Kennedy clan.

Parks and Recreation offers vacation menu of things to do

February 3, 2011

With chill of winter encroaching, and the promise of more snow to come, children and parents alike are wondering what to do over winter break. The East Greenwich Parks and Recreation has given kids from grades 1-6 some fun options. They will be offering a February Vacation Program from the 22nd-25th of the month.

Little League gets to turn on the lights

February 1, 2011

The Town Council allowed the East Greenwich Little League to build a set of lights, and night baseball will come to Cragan Field this spring.

EG woman knows the joys and fears of being an Army mother

January 31, 2011

Nov. 12, 2006, was the worst day of Nancie Ann Schnell’s life, but Jan. 8, 2011 was one of the best.
Her son, Anthony Roberti, was honored as a military hero on that latter date for the incredible actions on the former.

East Greenwich Little League Spring 2011, Softball & Baseball registration

January 28, 2011

East Greenwich Little League Spring 2011, Softball & Baseball registration is currently underway.

A walk in registration at Cragan Field (50 Reilly Ave, East Greenwich, RI.) has been scheduled for Feb 12th between 10am-2pm for all players, beginners and experienced, between the ages of 5 and 16. This is a great way to meet the coaches, the board, and to ask any questions. New players are encouraged to stop by.

Meadowbrook roof work can’t wait, says board

January 28, 2011

A decision on extensive work at Meadowbrook Farms Elementary School can wait awhile longer, the School Committee decided Tuesday night.
It also decided roof repairs couldn’t wait.

Schools closed with latest snowfall

January 27, 2011

East Greenwich schools are cancelled today, but the school committee will hold its regularly-scheduled meeting this evening.

OUR LADY OF MERCY SCHOOL TO KICK OFF CATHOLIC SCHOOLS’ WEEK WITH OPEN HOUSE AND REGISTRATION

January 25, 2011

East Greenwich, RI - Our Lady of Mercy School, 55 Fourth Avenue, East Greenwich, is hosting Open House and Registration for incoming students for the 2011-12 Academic Year on Sunday, January 30 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Offering Pre-K - 5, Middle School 6-8, and all-day kindergarten, OLM School is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. OLM offers a challenging curriculum with multiple enrichment opportunities like Spanish for Grades 1-8, Computers Classes for all grades, Robotics, Drama, Band, Yearbook, Mock Trial, CAL Sports, Student Council and after school clubs. OLM Students are also exposed to multiple service opportunities in the community, developing core values and compassion while incorporating the school’s motto “.... that mercy may flourish.” Before and after-school care are available, as well as multiple scheduling options for Pre-K. Bus service is available to those students residing in East Greenwich, West Warwick and parts of Warwick. Families who are interested in visiting while school is in session are also welcome to attend OLM’s Classroom Visit Day on Wednesday, February 2 from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Ritrovo’s opening makes a family’s dream come true

January 24, 2011

It may have taken nearly 35 years, but Richard Mignanelli has finally opened a second restaurant.
Ritrovo, on the second floor at Greenwich Village, 1050 Main St., opened for business last Thursday and will receive an official grand opening in late February, said Mignanelli, who opened Richard’s Pub at 3347 South County Trail in 1976.
“I was looking for something to help my boys and leave for my grandchildren down the road,” Mignanelli said Tuesday as some of the unfinished business that comes with a restaurant’s second week of operation swirled around him.

EG’s Trehy inspires others to volunteer

January 21, 2011

When her old club’s membership began to dim, Dorothy Trehy didn’t let the light of volunteerism go out.
One of the founders of the East Greenwich Civic Club, and its final president in 1989-90, Trehy experienced some of the frustration of watching the changing times erode the membership of her group, which from 1977 to 1990 staged the Luminaria Caravan during holiday season as a fundraiser for numerous local organizations.
“We couldn’t find people willing to take office,” she says resignedly, remembering the days when the event would draw crowds to large houses, local churches and the former Royal Crest nursing home, now Atria Harborhill.

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