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

Warren police logs: Man charged with heroin possession

Warren police logs: Man charged with heroin possession

Monday, July 21 Someone found a debit card on Water Street, and turned it in. A clerk at a Market Street store reported receiving a counterfeit bill. Jewelry was reported stolen from a Greene Street apartment. Police went out to King Street to intercede in an argument that arose over a new fence between two

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Pump malfunction floods Mt. Hope

A sprinkler system breakdown and resulting flood at Mt. Hope High School last week caused nearly $100,000 in damage, of which the Bristol Warren Regional School District will pay upwards of $60,000. The School Committee Budget and Facilities subcommittee Monday approved first passage of the emergency repairs, which include a new pump to control the

Barrington's Joshua Zimmt (front, center) celebrates a championship with his Attleboro Bluefish teammates.

Barrington swimmer earns trip to nationals

Barrington’s Joshua Zimmt, a soon-to-be sophomore at the College of William and Mary, recently posted some impressive times at the Arena 2014 New England Senior Championships held at Brown University. Joshua won the 100 meter breaststroke event with a time of 1.04.67, which qualified him for a spot at the Winter Nationals. He also won

Bristol Parks and Recreation Director Walter Burke points out the benefits of the stormwater runoff prevention project at the Town Beach.

Watershed report lauds Bristol stormwater project

A project at Bristol Town Beach to capture storm water runoff and treat it through natural means before it reaches the bay has been lauded by one of the preeminent organizations responsible for monitoring water quality in Rhode Island. The 2014 Watershed Counts Report published by the Coastal Institute at the University of Rhode Island

Photo by Rich Dionne

Shrimp boat sinks at Warren berth

A slight sheen of oil covered the water’s surface Monday afternoon as United States Coast Guardsmen, private cleanup crews, fishermen and heavy equipment operators worked to raise Demi Lynn, a wooden fishing boat that sank at its Warren berth Sunday morning. The 40-odd foot fishing boat, owned by Bristol resident Manuel “Butch” Perreira, sank at its

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