Happy Independence Day Rhode Island! On May 4, 1776, Rhode Island was the first of the original Thirteen Colonies to declare independence from the British rule of King George III, declaring independence a full two months before any other colony.
The first parklet is coming to Newport with the ribbon cutting today, April 26 at 1:00pm at the corner of Bellevue Avenue and William Street. San Francisco introduced the concept in 2005 and they have popped up around the world in a big way. Parklets are designed to fit in parking […]
If Bill S0183 clears the majority of the 38-member Senate and then passes through the majority of the 75-member House of Representatives, the answer is yes. Rhode Island General Assembly An Act Relating to Motor Vehicle and Other vehicles – Operator’s License Senate Bill: 2017 – S0183 Introduced February 1, […]
The 29th Annual Winter Festival will be held February 17-26, 2017. Live music, food contests, kids activities and so much more throughout Newport County. There will be more than 150 events including a chili cook-off, make your own perfume, horseback ride on the beach, and an ice bar at Pineapples. […]
Congratulations Patriots, a nerve-wracking game, but incredible winners!
GO Patriots!! GO PATRIOTS!!!! Congrats to the New England Patriots…Super Bowl Sunday is here and Rhody Red Press could not be prouder of our home team!!
NFL Coach Bill Belichick…a true Patriot! This is awesome…Coach Bill Belichick donated his 24 foot Grady White power boat, named “VI Rings” to Sail Newport for use in their public sailing program and will be used as a support and safety vessel. Thank you Coach Belichick, you are a true Patriot!
Are 2017 events at Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyards in jeopardy? With neighbor complaints from Little Compton residents, the future of Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyards entertainment could be in serious jeopardy. The complaints date back to August of 2015, with neighbors complaining to the Town Council about increased noise, traffic and lighting during […]
Button Placement: a Fascinating Fact Why are buttons on the right side of men’s clothing and on the left side for woman’s clothing? It is not to distinguish gender as you may think. The button placement dates back to the 13th century when buttons became the latest fashion […]