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Town of Warren agrees to $1,500 fine for violating records act

Town of Warren agrees to $1,500 fine for violating records act

The Town of Warren will pay a $1,500 fine for violating the state’s Access to Public Records Act (APRA), in a settlement agreement reached this week with Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin. The settlement comes after the AG filed a civil lawsuit filed against the town last August in Rhode Island Superior Court, alleging


Town of Warren sends out pink slips

The Town of Warren has sent out a handful of pink slips to employees who are either losing their jobs, or having their hours and benefits cut back, following a vote of the public at the Financial Town Meeting earlier this month. Last week, notices were sent out to four part time employees whose jobs

Warren town councilors (from left) Scott Lial, Chris Stanley and David Frerichs go over the numbers at a recent Joint Finance Committee meeting.

Warren cuts summer beach programs, makes broad cuts amid budget crisis

Faced with escalating school costs they say were forced on them by Warren’s wealthier neighbors to the south, Warren Town Council members cut $1 million out of the 2014-15 town budget Tuesday night, slashing programs, positions and traditions that they said could change Warren forever. And there’s more pain to come, they warned. With education


Judge sides with Nash in civil rights case

A United States District Court judge has thrown out a lawsuit against the Town of Warren and its building inspector, William Nash, that alleged he violated a local family’s constitutional rights as they sought to build a new home in a secluded corner of Touisset. Jeffrey and Linda Wyrostek of 4 Privet Lane had alleged