Boys Soccer: EG Bests Westerly, 2-1

Boys Soccer: EG Bests Westerly, 2-1

Above: EG's Andrew Mega. Photos by Chuck Nadeau. Find all his photos at chuckn.com. Westerly went up by a goal in the first half Saturday night, but Ethan Fain was brought down in the penalty area and scored on the penalty kick. In the second half, Fain scored again...

Car Crash Victim’s Name Released 

Car Crash Victim’s Name Released 

Warwick police Monday released the name of the woman who died in the Post Road car crash early Sunday morning. She was Michaela Lynch, 19, of Warwick.  She was a passenger in a 2003 Buick Park Avenue sedan heading south on Post Road that crashed into the bridge over...

Early Morning Crash Kills 1, Injures 3

Early Morning Crash Kills 1, Injures 3

Above: The site of the crash – the car hit the abutment on the left side of the road.  The driver has been charged with DUI An early morning crash Sunday resulted in the death of one passenger and injuries to the three others, including the driver, who has been...

EG’s Cooney Getting TV Time at Syracuse

EG’s Cooney Getting TV Time at Syracuse

Above: Nolan Cooney punting. Credit: Syracuse University While a host of hometown boys are sitting out this fall football season, EG's Nolan Cooney has been seen on the screen in several games for the Syracuse Orangemen. Cooney, a 5th year senior holds down kickoff,...

A Tree Dies on Spring Street

A Tree Dies on Spring Street

This story was amended Oct. 26, 2020. It was a beautiful giant of a tree, rising above Spring Street for more than 100 years, possibly more than 200 years. Some purple (or copper) beech trees can live as long as 300 years. No one knows exactly how old this beech tree...

Obituary: Alfred C. ‘Fred’ Sauerbrey, 83

Obituary: Alfred C. ‘Fred’ Sauerbrey, 83

EG News Obituary Policy: We post obituaries relevant to our readers. If you would like to share an obituary, send it to editor@eastgreenwichnews.com. Put "obituary" in the subject line.  Alfred C. “Fred” Sauerbrey, died of cancer Oct. 20, at the age of 83. He was the...

Smith’s Castle Recognizes Slave History

Smith’s Castle Recognizes Slave History

Smith’s Castle in North Kingstown is known for offering historical tours and educational programs about Rhode Island’s history from the 16th to the 20th centuries. It just so happens a large chunk of that history revolves around the transatlantic slave trade. Smith’s...

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