Longtime Main Street business to close Feb. 10


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  • Photo by Roger Gavan The Inkwell, at 46 Main St. in downtown Warwick, will close its doors on Friday, Feb. 10.



WARWICK — A landmark store, The Inkwell, located at 46 Main St., will close its doors on Friday, Feb. 10.

One of the oldest and most well -known establishments in Warwick changed hands in 2008 when owner Carol Bartnowski turned over the keys to Mohamed Ajamal. The business has been at this same location for 37 years.

Ajamal, who lives in Warwick with his wife and their three children, also has an ownership interest in a stationary store in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan.

He plans to commute to work until his children finish the school year.

Until closing most of the items in the store are being offered at a 50 percent or more discount.

- Roger Gavan


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