Community Calendar

Community Artists Program
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Charlestown

Make & Take Crafts (Drop in Crafts) Ages 3+
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Westerly

Valentine's Day Cards
11:30 a.m. - Noon Charlestown

Critter Club - Saturday Afternoon Parent-Child Nature Program
2 p.m. - 3 p.m. Charlestown

... View all of today's events


Stay Connected




Kyla Martin, 3, of Westerly, smiles as she holds her hand out and gets a sniff from a mixed breed puppy during Saturday's Super Dog Adoption Day at Clark Farm in Matunuck. Kyla was attending with her grandfather, Jimmy Martin. The event, which included hundreds of dogs from 10 adoption agencies, was organized by Louise Anderson Nicolosi of Charlestown. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun)
Super Dog Adoption Day organizer Louise Anderson Nicolosi, of Charlestown, (center) chats with volunteers as prospective adopters fill the greenhouse at Clark Farm in Matunuck on Saturday. Approximately ten rescue groups brought available dogs, in all shapes and sizes, to meet with prospective new families. Hundreds of people had the opportunity to meet hundreds of dogs. A bell and applause rang out each time one was adopted. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Kelly Zabel, of Charlestown, meets Charles and Georgia Soloveitzik, of Westerly, smile as they hold their newly adopted Irish wolfhound mix puppy Paco. Super Dog Adoption Day, organized by Louise Anderson Nicolosi, of Charlestown, took place at Clark Farm in Matunuck on Saturday. Approximately 10 rescue groups brought available dogs, in all shapes and sizes, to meet with prospective new families. Hundreds of people had the opportunity to meet hundreds of dogs. A bell and applause rang out each time one was adopted. | (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Twins Sarah and Renee Cordio, 15, of Westerly, smile as they hold their new English mastiff-Labrador mix puppy. They were with their mother, Joy, attending Super Dog Adoption Day, organized by Louise Anderson Nicolosi, of Charlestown, at Clark Farm in Matunuck on Saturday. Approximately 10 rescue groups brought available dogs, in all shapes and sizes, to meet with prospective new families. Hundreds of people had the opportunity to meet hundreds of dogs. A bell and applause rang out each time one was adopted. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Super Dog Adoption Day, organized by Louise Anderson Nicolosi of Charlestow,  took place at Clark Farm in Matunuck on Saturday. Approximately ten rescue groups brought available dogs, in all shapes and sizes, to meet with prospective new families. Hundreds of people had the opportunity to meet hundreds of dogs. A bell and applause rang out each time one was adopted. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Tyler Perry, 18, of Exeter, a volunteer at the Charlestown Animal Shelter, holds Cheyenne, a female pit bull who is awaiting adoption. Super Dog Adoption Day, organized by Louise Anderson Nicolosi of Charlestow,  took place at Clark Farm in Matunuck on Saturday. Approximately ten rescue groups brought available dogs, in all shapes and sizes, to meet with prospective new families. Hundreds of people had the opportunity to meet hundreds of dogs. A bell and applause rang out each time one was adopted. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun)

Photo Gallery: Super Dog Adoption Day


Louise Nicolosi, of Charlestown, organized Super Dog Adoption Day. The event was held at Clark Farm in Matunuck on Saturday. Approximately 10 rescue groups brought available dogs, in all shapes and sizes, to meet prospective adopters. Hundreds of people had the opportunity to meet hundreds of dogs. A bell and applause rang out each time one was adopted.



Back to PhotoGalleries
Top Stories of the Week

Man charged after heroin bust at the Roger Williams Inn …
WESTERLY — Luis R. Soto-Parrilla, 23, is facing multiple drug charges after an investigation into reports of drug activity occurring at the Roger Williams Inn, … more ...

Storm takes a bite out of the beach …
A section of beach near the Atlantic Beach Amusement Park in Misquamicut is eaten away as large waves have pounded the beaches and caused significant … more ...

Stonington native sells software company for $26 million …
STONINGTON — Mike Rustici, a Stonington High School alumnus who made his business debut selling soda out of a cart at Elmridge Golf Course, recently … more ...

Watch Hill solar complaint tossed out, on a technicality …
WESTERLY — An appeal of permits issued to the owners of St. Clair Annex to allow for the installation of solar panels on the roof … more ...

Hopkinton police: Intoxicated man took neighbor’s truck, crashed into ditch …
HOPKINTON — An Ashaway man is facing charges including attempted larceny, assault and driving under the influence after police said he and a juvenile relative … more ...

Comments