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Mark Aubin, left, responds to an audience generated question while candidate, Richard Silva, listens. 

Warren candidates square off at Democratic forum

Warren candidates square off at Democratic forum

Before Warren voters go to the polls for Tuesday’s Democratic primary, the seven Democratic candidates for town council met in Town Hall on Thursday, Sept. 4, when they spoke on issues ranging from how to handle the regionalized school district’s financial obligations to whether or not there is a social divide between native Warrenites and those

Stanley responds to building official funding controversy

The Council recently voted to authorize an over expenditure to restore the Building Official position to full-time. This ensures the public’s general welfare, health, safety and financial interests. This informed decision fulfills our oath of office and ultimately embraces the will of the people.  It protects residents from improperly performed construction, upholds minimum housing standards,

Warren Town Council meets Tuesday night

The big news this week is the Fourth of July, but the Town of Warren gets back to work Tuesday. Among the items on the council’s agenda for Tuesday, July 8, are: Special Olympians Janine Beusoleil, Lisa Caton, Eleanor Ingraham, John Kemp, Cindy O’Donnell and Robbie Strickland will be honored for their excellent showing in

Warren Police Sgt. Michael Marcello answers a call on his radio.

Warren police negotiate new pact with town

Members of Warren’s police union have started negotiations with the town on a new contract to replace their current three-year pact, which expires at the end of June. Members of the Warren Town Council last week held a meeting with officials from the International Brotherhood of Police Officers local 470, but there is no timetable

Mario Andrade was named the Bristol Warren Regional School District's new superintendent Monday night.

Warren council cries foul over school superintendent vote

   Warren Town Council members are incensed about the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee’s decision Monday night to appoint a new school superintendent from within, without conducting a search for the $140,000 per year position. School committee members voted to promote Mario Andrade to superintendent, effective July 1, with a three-year contract. He will replace

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