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Water Street sewer project starts this week

Water Street sewer project starts this week

After several years of planning, an ambitious project to repair a faulty section of sewer lines along Water Street is about to begin. The $2.09 million project has been needed for years, and town officials hope the work — replacing a series of degraded, broken and inadequate sewer lines — will help clear up water


The polls are open in Warren

If you live in Warren, you don’t have to wait until Tuesday to vote. There’s an important referendum occurring Monday, too. Though general election voting won’t occur until Tuesday, voters today are deciding whether or not to approve the sale of the Main Street School to the Hope & Main kitchen incubator project for $125,000.


Six homes ‘sell’ at Warren tax sale

Six properties whose owners owed back taxes to the Town of Warren have been “sold” at a tax sale auction held by the town. The properties haven’t actually sold, but the bidders who paid off the owners’ back taxes do stand to profit and could eventually take title to them. Under the law, owners can

Vote Independent, for Warren’s sake

To the editor: At the recent Town Council candidates forum, candidates were asked if they believed there were two Warrens- the downtown/waterfront vs. the rest of Warren. Though all dismissed the idea as “myth” to be inclusive, it is undeniable that Warren is changing. And as perception is often reality- maybe there are indeed two

Warren building permits: Through October 26

The following building permits were recently approved by Warren Building Official William Nash: Viola C. Marino, 23 Mason St. Strip and re-roof, $5,000. Diana E. Letourneau, 51 Locust Terrace. Strip and re-roof 12×12 area over dining room/porch, $1,000. Adrian C. Boney, 20 Shell Road. Install 100 feet of post and rail fence, $2,000. Joao E.


Warren renovation raises eyebrows

An extreme home renovation on Westminster Street is raising eyebrows in Warren. Since workers lopped the roof off of this circa-1890 tenement at 5 Westminster St. last week, it’s been turning heads among preservationists, many of whom have taken to Facebook in hopes of finding out more details. Here they are, according to Warren Building

Matt Calouro walks across a series of illegal docks on the Kickemuit River in late December 2011.

Warren Harbormaster eyes Bristol job

Warren Harbormaster Matt Calouro wants to become the new harbormaster in Bristol. Mr. Calouro, who lives in Bristol, recently submitted an application to the Bristol Town Council to take the seat currently held by his father-in-law, Bristol Harbormaster Joseph Cabral. Mr. Cabral plans to retire in December. For several years, Mr. Calouro has served both