Find out what local businesses are open and closed on today's holiday.
Today's the day we remember the founders of our country, honor the leaders of the free world, and buy a car. What is open on Presidents Day? Other than car dealers, of course, who traditionally offer special deals on one of the biggest car-buying weekends of the year. Check out local car dealers here. Town Hall is closed. So are the schools and most daycare centers in town. The library is closed as well. Federal and state government offices are closed; there will be no mail delivery. Banks are closed. Retail stores and most restaurants are open. RIPTA will be operating on a holiday schedule.
Five things you need to know about East Greenwich today, Feb. 20.
Presidents Day: Government offices, banks, and schools are closed today. Some other businesses may also be closed — if you are not sure, give them a call first before heading out. Trash delivery in East Greenwich will NOT be delayed a day, however. EG Historic Preservation Society meeting: At the monthly meeting of the East Greenwich Historic Preservation Society on Monday, February 20, Kelly Sullivan will present Murders Most Foul, the story of four muders in two related Hope Valley families in the 1920s. Kelly is a local writer and storyteller; this story of the Crandalls and the Kenyons is the subject of her new book, "Because I Love You." The meeting, at 110 King Street, begins with a potluck supper at 6:30; the presentation begins at…