West Warwick has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Online Review of Rhode Island History' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, West Warwick had the highest popularity figure in January, 2017.
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[...] . As early as 1939, a Joseph Demurs, a civilian employee at the torpedo station in Newport from West Warwick, had been charged with sabotage. He was accused of mixing acid with lubricant oil in the [...]
[...] he continued to use the classic French pronunciation of his name. By contrast, today, in West Warwick and elsewhere where there are concentrations of French-Canadians in New England, the name [...]
[...] pitted against Republicans, when Robert E. Quinn (1894 – 1975), a first-term senator from West Warwick, took on the leadership role for the Democrats. Just thirty years old, he was an able [...]
[...] met Anna Marie Mason originally from Newport, Rhode Island, but living in Arctic (now part of West Warwick, Rhode Island). Their affection for one another was immediate. When his mother found out that [...]
[...] textile factories throughout the state, including the largest mill in America at Natick (West Warwick). The founding of the American jewelry industry by Nehemiah and Seril Dodge helped make [...]