Author Archives: Ted Hayes

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Warren police logs: Several juveniles arrested

Monday, July 28 A man called police just before 4 a.m., after two men who apparently told him they would pay him for a ride to Metacom Avenue hopped out of the car and took off without paying. Barrington police called Warren and asked for help removing an unruly person from a RIPTA bus. Someone


Attorney General: Warren violated public records act

The Town of Warren violated the state’s Access to Public Records Act (APRA) when it failed to hand over documents requested by an attorney in a timely manner, Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin’s office has ruled. The ruling was released last week, and concerns the case of Joelle Sylvia, an attorney with Kelly &

Aumaree, Mark

Mark M. Aumaree, 45, Warren

Mark Marwan Aumaree, 45, of Metacom Avenue, passed away on Monday, July 28, 2014. He was the husband of Patricia (Whitehead) Aumaree. He was the son of Mona Mattini and the late Solomon Omari; father of Yasmine and Naremean Aumaree; stepfather of Anastasia Heilborn; brother of Hanadi (Hussein) ZaZa and Abdyallah (Ghazal) Omari. Mark was


Union rep declares ‘war’ on BCWA

The union that represents many BCWA employees has declared “war” against management after they sought to do away with a “benefit” union members have enjoyed for years. The “war‚” a term used by both water authority executive director Pamela Marchand and Bobby Mahoney, a senior national representative for the Utility Workers Union of America‚ broke

Carol Holmes

Carol Holmes, 82, Bristol

Carol (Connelly) Holmes, 82, formerly of 149 Hopeworth Ave., Bristol (Hopeworth Estates), died peacefully Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at the Sakonnet Bay Manor in Tiverton, surrounded by her loving family.  She was the wife of the late Richard W. Holmes, who preceded her in death 1991.Born in Dubuque, Iowa and a Bristol resident for many


Warren Town Hall gets a facelift

A group of volunteers pitched in Friday to give a facelift to one one of Warren’s most recognizable buildings. Helpers converged on Warren Town Hall Friday morning to help plant annuals, lay pavers and install a large witch hazel tree as part of a beautification project envisioned a year ago by Warren Town Planner Caroline