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Warren housing loses millions

By   /  April 1, 2013  /  News  /  1 Comment

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Owners of the 2,583 single-family homes in Warren may be in for a surprise when they open the mail this week: News that their home may have lost 8 percent or more of its value. The town this week is sending out notices of its recent statistical revaluation, in which every property in town — […]

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Warren Building Permits, week of Feb. 27

By   /  February 27, 2013  /  News  /  No Comments

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The following building permits are on file with Warren building official William Nash Jr.: Micheal Carroll, 119 Child St. Strip and re-roof two structures, $11,000. VSH Realty Co., 66 Market St. Tear off metal on maisard and replace with architectural roof shingles, $5,000. Dorothy Ann Travers, 80 Fatima Drive. Construct a roof structure over existing […]

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Warren names new probate judge

By   /  December 14, 2012  /  News  /  No Comments

Steven Minicucci will be sworn in this Wednesday by retiring Warren Probate Judge Morphis Jamiel.

A Providence attorney with ties to Warren is Warren’s new probate judge, replacing retiring Judge Morphis Jamiel. Steven Minicucci, who practices in Providence and specializes in probate and estate law, was one of five attorneys interviewed for the post at Tuesday’s Warren Town Council meeting. He is married to Judge Jamiel’s niece. “Nobody can really […]

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Final Hope & Main vote is Monday

By   /  October 23, 2012  /  News  /  No Comments

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Voters will decide the fate of the Hope & Main kitchen incubator once and for all during an all-day vote planned for this coming Monday, Oct. 29, at Warren Town Hall. Though voters overwhelmingly approved the sale of the Main Street School to the incubator group last week, voting nearly 383 to 10 to sell […]

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Bristol Warren school budget impasse in court’s hands

By   /  September 25, 2012  /  Schools  /  1 Comment

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Six months after the Warren Town Council defied a mandate that they pay $12.16 million for education this school year, the Bristol Warren Regional School District has made it official and filed suit against the town, setting the stage for a showdown on how schools are funded in this regional district. The district’s complaint, filed […]

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