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

Warren Harbormaster eyes Bristol job

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


Video: Warren’s Hope & Main vote

Want to see how the Hope & Main vote at Kickemuit Middle School went Monday evening? Click here. It’s pretty obvious from watching the video but if you can’t tell the outcome, the audience voted overwhelmingly to sell the Main Street School to Hope & Main for $125,000. They also voted to authorize an Adjourned


Warren: 383 voted for Hope & Main sale

The numbers are in, and it’s official — a lot of people voted in Monday night’s Special Financial Town Meeting at Kickemuit Middle School in Warren. Canvassers say 383 Warren voters had their say at the meeting, held to determine whether the town should sell the Main Street School to  the Hope & Main kitchen


Smiley, Terry named to Warren boards

Warren’s Zoning Board and Economic Development Commission have new members this week. At last week’s Warren Town Council meeting, councilors split 4-1 (with Davison Bolster against) as they appointed Mark Smiley as a full-time member of the zoning board; previously, Mr. Smiley was a first alternate. Mr. Smiley, the chairman of the Warren Republican Town

Warren building permits: Week of October 10

The following building permits are on file with Warren Building Inspector William Nash: Adrian C. Boney, 20 Shell Road. Install 100 feet of post and rail fence in front of property, $2,000. 840 Main St. LLC, 840 Main St. Interior and exterior renovation and demolition. demolish west and south facade, remove tar and gravel roof,

Baker Street looking west, with the Masonic Lodge at center and the jogout in front.

Historic problem? New Warren curbs raise questions

Not everyone is happy with new curbing laid out this week along one of Warren’s earliest streets. Workers from LAL Construction installed a series of granite curbs on the north side of Baker Street as part of a $171,000 sidewalk and curbing project approved last month by the Warren Town Council. Though the curbing is

Demolition: Solution worse than the problem

The Warren Town Council faces an easy choice when it comes time to decide whether to allow a Houston, Texas company to raze an old Main Street home to make way for a parking lot — reject it and move on to issues more worthy of debate. For this request, there should be little. Service Corporation

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