Kent County, located in the center of Rhode Island, includes the city of Warwick and the towns of West Warwick, Coventry, East Greenwich and West Greenwich. Kent County was formed in 1750 and named after Kent County, England.
Warwick was founded in 1642 and is the second largest city in the state. It is home to the main airport in Rhode Island, T.F. Green.
West Warwick is situated along the Pawtuxet River. Some of the earliest textile mills were in West Warwick and home to Revolutionary War hero Christopher Lippitt.
Coventry and East Greenwich and West Greenwich are on the western side of Warwick.
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