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Warren police investigate wooden nickel theft

By   /  February 13, 2014  /  News  /  No Comments

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Shop owners around Warren are warily watching out for Discover Warren “wooden nickels,” after approximately $450 worth of them were stolen from the Coffee Depot last Monday, Feb x3. The nickels are a promotion held over the past two years by Discover Warren. They’re worth $10 each and are good for merchandise in participating stores […]

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Warren honors Theberge, Brule and Dickson

By   /  February 12, 2014  /  News  /  No Comments

Paul Brule (left) gets his award from Chris Stanley Tuesday night.

One of them has helped spread the word of Warren across the state. Another put his heart and soul into one of the town’s most esteemed buildings. And a third has used his love of the land, and of his home town, to make Warren a better place. Three Warrenites — Discover Warren’s Katie Dickson, […]

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Get your ‘wooden nickels’ for holidays in Warren

By   /  November 27, 2013  /  News  /  No Comments

Katie Dickson shows off one of Discover Warren's new $10 wooden nickels.

Wooden nickels worth $10 in Warren The holidays are back, and so are Warren’s wooden nickels. Once again, members of Discover Warren are breaking out local shopping tokens in hopes of getting people to spend their holiday dollars here in town. It’s the second year for the tokens, which are worth $10 each and can […]

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Just in time for holidays, shop with wooden nickels in Warren

By   /  November 28, 2012  /  News  /  No Comments

Katie Dickson shows off one of Discover Warren's new $10 wooden nickels.

A creative new way to get people shopping in Warren this holiday season and beyond was inspired by one of Warren’s oldest and most beloved watering holes. Members of Discover Warren were brainstorming ways to get people into their shops when they took a cue from Jack’s Bar’s long tradition of handing out wooden nickels […]

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Thanks for making Walkabout wonderful

By   /  November 16, 2012  /  Letters to the Editor  /  No Comments

To the editor: To all who helped make this year’s Warren Walkabout (Sunday, October 21st) another smashing success, thank you. With an expanded program of art, music, food, trolley rides, pedi cabs, and live entertainment (honk, honk), hoards of visitors enjoyed themselves all over town and beyond. All of these festivities would not be possible without the generous donations […]

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Warren gets ShipShape

By   /  October 16, 2012  /  News  /  2 Comments

Adam Tracy puts the finishing touches on the Burr’s Hill logo while working at the Warren park with the Hometown Revival Project. The nonprofit re-surfaced all the basketball courts as part of the ShipShape Challenge.

WARREN — Home improvements can be a thankless task. But in Warren, sprucing up your home or business can really pay off — in cash and prizes. The town’s first ShipShape Challenge, which ends this year with the Warren Walkabout on Sunday, calls on local residents and business owners to get their property clean, colorful, eco-friendly, […]

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Feel the Fusion Saturday in Warren

By   /  September 7, 2012  /  Things to Do  /  No Comments

Vertical Twin closes out Saturday's FusionFest.

Saturday, Sept. 8, promises to be a good time on the Warren Waterfront. The fourth annual FusionFest, a benefit for the FusionWorks Dance Company in Providence, will transform Blount Landing (the home of the Blount Clam Shack grounds, 335 Water St.) into a beer garden, music stage, high end food trucks (like Plouf Plouf) and […]

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Warren float wows Fall River

By   /  August 28, 2012  /  Arts & Entertainment, Business, News  /  No Comments

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It was made for the Bristol Fourth of July parade, but Discover Warren’s patriotic float, full of iconic Warren imagery, blazed a path to Fall River this past weekend. For weeks, the float had been parked outside Tom’s Market; long enough for members of the Clube Recreativo Cultural Port across the street to take notice. […]

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