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Barrington

Updated June 19 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Barrington, RI, incorporated in 1770, is located within the boundaries of Bristol County and formally part of Swansea, MA.
According to the 2010 Census notes 16,310 people live in Barrington, RI.
Size: 15.4 Sq Miles (8.4 Sq Miles of land & 7.0 Sq Miles of water)
Zip Code: 02806

Bristol

Updated June 20 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Bristol is located in Bristol County and has 22,954 people according to the 2010 census.
Bristol is a deep water seaport and is named after Bristol England.
Major industries include boat building, manufacturing and tourism.
Size: 20.6 Sq Miles (Land: 10.1 Sq Miles, Water: 10.5 Sq Miles) Zip Code: 02809

Burrillville

Updated May 12 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Burrillville is located in Providence County & was incorporated in 1806.
According to the 2010 census the population is 15,955.
Villages include: Glendale, Harrisville, Mapleville, Mohegan, Nasonville, Oakland, & Pascoag.
Size: 57.1 Sq Miles (Land: 55.6 Sq Miles, Water: 1.6 Sq Miles) Zip Code: 02830

Central Falls

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The City of Central Falls is located in Providence County was incorporated as a town in 1730 and reincorporated in 1895 as a city.
According to the 2010 census there is a population of 19,376.
The 32nd most densely populated incorporated place in the United States.
Named after a waterfall on the Blackstone River.

Charlestown

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Charlestown is located within the boundaries of Washington County.
Charlestown was incorporated in 1738.
2010 Census notes 7,827 people live in this town.
Charlestown is named after King Charles II & was formally part of Westerly. It divided north of the Pawcatuck River and became the town of Richmond in 1747.

Coventry

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Coventry is located within the boundaries of Kent County.
Coventry was incorporated in 1741.
2010 Census notes 35,014 people live in this town.
Coventry is bordered by W. Warwick, Foster, Scituate, Cranston, W. Greenwich, E. Greenwich and Sterling Connecticut.

Cranston

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The city of Cranston is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Barrington was incorporated in 1754.
2010 Census notes 80,387 people live in this city.
Cranston is the 3rd largest city in Rhode Island.
Cranston was named one of the "100 best places to live" by Money Magazine in 2006.

Cumberland

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Cumberland is located in Providence County.
First settled in 1635, was later incorporated in 1746.
According to the 2010 Census there are 34,489 residence in Cumberland.
Size: 28.2 sq miles (land: 26.8 sq miles, water: 1.5 sq miles)
Must see Cumberland includes the Monastery, Diamond Ski Run / Park

East Greenwich

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of East Greenwich is located within the boundaries of Kent County.
East Greenwich was incorporated in 1677.
2010 Census notes 13,146 people live in this town.
East Greenwich is the wealthiest municipality within the state of Rhode Island.
Size: 15.4 Sq Miles (8.4 Sq Miles of land & 7.0 Sq Miles of water)

East Providence

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The city of East Providence is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
East Providence was incorporated in 1812 as a town and 1958 as a city.
2010 Census notes 47,037 people live in this town, making it the 5th largest city in the state.
Size: 16.61 Sq Miles (13.4 Sq Miles of land & 3.2 Sq Miles of water)

Exeter

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Exeter is located within the boundaries of Washington County.
Barrington was incorporated in 1742 when it was divided off from the western part of North Kingstown.
2010 Census notes 6,425 people live in this town.
Size: 58.4 Sq Miles (57.7 Sq Miles of land & .7 Sq Miles of water)

Foster

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Foster RI was established in 1781 and is a part of the Providence County.
According to the 2010 census there are 4,606 people in Foster.
Contains Ramtail Factory see below for details.
Size: 51.9 Sq Miles (51.1 Sq Miles of land & .7 Sq Miles of water)
Zip Code: 02825

Glocester

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Glocester is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Barrington was incorporated in 1731.
2010 Census notes 9,746 people live in this town.
Glocester Villages: Chepachet & Harmony.
Size: 56.8 Sq Miles (54.8 Sq Miles of land & 2.0 Sq Miles of water)

Hopkinton

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Hopkinton is located within the boundaries of Washington County.
Barrington was incorporated in 1757 & was originally part of Westerly.
2010 Census notes 8,188 people live in this town.
Hopkinton villages: Ashaway & Hope Valley
Size: 44.1 Sq Miles (43.0 Sq Miles of land & 1.1 Sq Miles of water)

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Jamestown

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Jamestown is located within the boundaries of Newport County.
Jamestown was incorporated in 1678.
2010 Census notes 5,405 people live in this town.
Jamestown sits almost entirely on Conanicut Island, the 2nd largest island in Narragansett Bay.

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Johnston

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Johnston is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Johnston was incorporated in 1759.
2010 Census notes 28,769 people live in this town.
Johnston was named for the colonial attorney general, August Johnston.
Size: 24.4 Sq Miles (23.7 Sq Miles of land & .7 Sq Miles of water)

Lincoln

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Lincoln, located in Providence County was once part of Smithfield RI up until 1871 when it became it's own separate town.
Lincoln was named in honor of Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln villages include: Manville, Albion, Lime Rock. Londsdale, Fairlawn, Quinnville, and Saylesville.

Little Compton

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Little Compton is located within the boundaries of Newport County.
Little Compton was incorporated in 1746.
2010 Census notes 3,492 people live in this town.
Little Compton is the birthplace of the Rhode Island Red Hen.
Size: 28.9 Sq Miles (20.9 Sq Miles of land & 8.0 Sq Miles of water)

Middletown

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Middletown is located within the boundaries of Newport County.
Middletown was incorporated in 1743.
2010 Census notes 16,150 people live in this town.
South of Portsmouth & North of Newport on Aquidneck Island.
Size: 14.9 Sq Miles (13.0 Sq Miles of land & 1.9 Sq Miles of water)

Narragansett

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Narragansett is located in Washington County.
According to the 2010 census the population is 15,868.
Narragansett runs along the eastern bank of the Pettaquamscutt River to the shore of Narragansett Bay.
In 1888 Narragansett separated from South Kingstown & incorporated in 1901.

New Shoreham (Block Island)

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of New Shoreham is located within the boundaries of Washington County.
New Shoreham was incorporated in 1672.
2010 Census notes 1,010 people live in this town.
New Shoreham is named for Shoreham, Kent in England.
Size: 109.5 Sq Miles (9.7 Sq Miles of land & 99.8 Sq Miles of water)

Newport

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Newport is located within the boundaries of Newport County.
Newport was incorporated in 1639.
2010 Census notes 24,672 people live in this town.
Located on Aquidneck Island.
Size: 11.5 Sq Miles (7.9 Sq Miles of land & 3.5 Sq Miles of water)

North Kingstown

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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North Kingstown Education Department

The town of North Kingstown is located within the boundaries of Washington County.
North Kingstown was incorporated in 1674.
2010 Census notes 26,489 people live in this town.
Famous American painter Gilbert Stuart was born in the village of Saunderstown.
Size: 58.3 Sq Miles (43.6 Sq Miles of land & 14.7 Sq Miles of water)

North Providence

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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North Providence Education Department

The town of North Providence is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
North Providence was incorporated in 1765.
2010 Census notes 32,078 people live in this town.
North Providence elected it's first mayor in 1974.
Size: 5.8 Sq Miles (5.7 Sq Miles of land & .1 Sq Miles of water)

North Smithfield

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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North Smithfield Education Department

The town of North Smithfield is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
North Smithfield was incorporated in 1871.
2010 Census notes 11,967 people live in this town.
North Smithfield Villages: Forestdale, Primrose, Waterford, Branch Village, Union Village, Park Square, & Slatersville.

Pawtucket

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The City of Pawtucket is located in Providence County.
The population according to the 2010 census is 71,148.
It is the 4th largest city in the state.
Founded in 1671 Pawtucket was officially incorporated in 1886 as a city.

Portsmouth

Updated May 13 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Portsmouth is located in Newport County and has a population of 17,389 according to the 2010 census.
Most of Portsmouth's land area lies on Aquidneck Island which it shares with Middletown and Newport. Portsmouth also lays across smaller islands including, Prudence Island, Patience Island, Hope Island & Hog Island.

Providence

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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Providence Education Department

The city of Providence is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Providence was incorporated in 1636.
2010 Census notes 16,310 people live in this town.
There are 178,042 households in Providence according to the census.
Size: 20.5 Sq Miles (18.5 Sq Miles of land & 2.1 Sq Miles of water)

Richmond

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Richmond is located within the boundaries of Washington County.
Richmond was incorporated in 1747.
2010 Census notes 7,708 people live in this town.
Richmond Villages: Alton, Arcadia, Carolina, Hope Valley, Kenyon, Shannock, Usquepaug, Woodville, & Wyoming.

Scituate

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Scituate is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Scituate was incorporated in 1731.
2010 Census notes 10.329 people live in this town.
The original town name was Satuit, an Indian word meaning cold brook or cold river.
Size: 54.8 Sq Miles (48.7 Sq Miles of land & 6.1 Sq Miles of water)

Smithfield

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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Smithfield Education Department

The town of Smithfield is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Smithfield was incorporated in 1730.
2010 Census notes 21,430 people live in this town.
Contains ghost town (Hanton City) see below for details.
Size: 27.8 Sq Miles (26.6 Sq Miles of land & 1.2 Sq Miles of water)

South Kingstown

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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South Kingstown Education Department

The town of South Kingstown is located in Washington County.
According to the 2010 census the population is 30,639.
South Kingstown was formed in 1722 when Kings Towne split into North and South.
Villages include: Kingston, West Kingston, Wakefield, Peace Dale, Snug Harbor, Tuckertown, East Matunuck, Matunuck, Green Hill & Perryville.

Tiverton

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Tiverton is located within the boundaries of Newport County.
Tiverton was incorporated in 1747.
2010 Census notes 15,780 people live in this town.
Tiverton is located on the eastern shore of Narragansett Bay.
Size: 36.3 Sq Miles (29.4 Sq Miles of land & 7.0 Sq Miles of water)

Warren

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The town of Warren is located within the boundaries of Bristol County.
Warren was incorporated in 1747.
2010 Census notes 10,611 people live in this town.
In 1636 Roger Williams was banished from Salem and fled to Sowam, currently Warren RI, before he settled in Providence.

Warwick

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The city of Warwick is located within the boundaries of Kent County.
Warwick was incorporated in 1642 as a town and 1931 as a city.
2010 Census notes 82,672 people live in this town.
Warwick is the 2nd largest city in the state.
Size: 49.62 Sq Miles (35.5 Sq Miles of land & 14.1 Sq Miles of water)

West Greenwich

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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West Greenwich Education Department

The town of West Greenwich is located within the boundaries of Kent County.
Barrington was incorporated in 1741.
2010 Census notes 6,135 people live in this town.
West Greenwich was named for Greenwich, Kent England.
Zip Code: 02817

West Warwick

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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West Warwick Education Department

The town of West Warwick is located within the boundaries of Kent County.
West Warwick was incorporated in 1913.
West Warwick is the youngest town in the state. Prior to 1913 West Warwick was the industrial center of Warwick. The town split because local Democratic politicians wanted to consolidate their power and isolate their section of the town from...

Westerly

Updated June 21 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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Westerly Education Department

The town of Westerly is located in Washington County.
Established in 1669 by John Babcock.
Some of the well known beaches are: Weekapaug Beach, Westerly Town Beach, Misquamicut State Beach, East Beach and Watch Hill Beach.

Woonsocket

Updated June 19 2015 , Posted by B. Carter

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The city of Woonsocket is located within the boundaries of Providence County.
Woonsocket was incorporated in 1867.
2010 Census notes 41,186 people live in this city.
Woonsocket is the 6th largest city in Rhode Island.
Size: 15.4 Sq Miles (8.4 Sq Miles of land & 7.0 Sq Miles of water)