Knightsville is an urban neighborhood in the City of Cranston, Rhode Island.
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Providence is the capital and most populous city in Rhode Island. Founded in 1636, it is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It is located in Providence County, and is the third-largest city in the New England region after Boston and Worcester. Providence has a city population of 179,154 and is part of the 38th-largest metropolitan population in the country, with an estimated population of 1,604,291, exceeding that of Rhode Island by about 60%, as it extends into southern Massachusetts. This can be considered in turn to be part of the Greater Boston commuting area, which contains 7.6 million people.
Latitude: 41° 49' 26.36" N
Longitude: -71° 24' 46.19" W
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Glendale is a village in the town of Burrillville, Rhode Island, United States. It is located at (41°58′34″N71°37′59″W).
Georgiaville is a village in Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States. The village was named after the Georgia Cotton Manufacturing Company mill located in the area. The Georgiaville Pond Beach is located in the village and is a po…
Forestdale is a village and historic district in North Smithfield, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States, one-half mile from Slatersville, Rhode Island. The historic district runs east and west along Main Street and north on Maple Avenue. S…
Fall River Municipal Airport was in Fall River, Massachusetts built between 1946 and 1951. The airport closed on February 18, 1996. The FAA deemed the airport unsafe due to a large landfill next to the airport, causing many seagulls, which disrupted…
Edgewood is located in eastern Cranston, Rhode Island. It borders Warwick to the southwest, Providence to the north, and Narragansett Bay to the east.
East Taunton is a suburban neighborhood of Taunton, Massachusetts, United States.
Burnside Park is a small park situated in downtown Providence, Rhode Island, adjacent to Kennedy Plaza. Named for Ambrose Burnside, a general in the American Civil War from Rhode Island, an equestrian statue was erected in his honor in the late 19th…
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Apponaug is a neighborhood in central Warwick, Rhode Island, situated on Apponaug Cove, a tributary to Greenwich Bay and nearby Narragansett Bay. The name Apponaug is a derivation of the Narragansett Indian word for "place of oysters".
Angelo's Civita Farnese is a popular Italian restaurant in the Federal Hill neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island.
Winnecunnet Pond or Winneconnet Pond or Winnecunnett Pond, very often called Lake Winnecunnet or Lake Winneconnet or Lake Winnecunnett although it is a pond rather than a lake, is a body of water in Norton, Massachusetts, United States.
Warwick Musical Theatre was a musical theater located on Route 2 in Warwick, Rhode Island.
The Wannamoisett Country Club is a private golf course located in Rumford, Rhode Island. The course was designed by Donald Ross in 1914 and played host to the 1931 PGA Championship (which was won by Tom Creavy) and hosts the prestigious Northeast Am…
WSTL (1220 AM, "Shine Radio 1220AM") is a radio station licensed to serve Providence, Rhode Island. The station is owned by New England Christian Media, a subsidiary of Faith Christian Center, a large charismatic church in nearby Seekonk, Massachuse…
WPEP (1570 AM) was an AM radio station operating on a frequency of 1570 kHz from Taunton, Massachusetts. WPEP's format had been full-service, offering local news and talk programming, as well as music and nationally syndicated talk.
WIGV-LP (96.5 FM) is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting a Spanish religious format.
WDOM (91.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Providence, Rhode Island, United States.