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Frank Pimental, Jr.

Francis J. ‘Frank’ Pimental, Jr., 65, of Bristol

Francis J. ‘Frank’ Pimental, Jr., 65, of Bristol

Francis J. “Frank” Pimental, Jr. 65 of Metacom Avenue, Bristol passed away suddenly on March 2, 2013.  He was the husband of Nancy A. (Skiles) Pimental. Born, September 23, 1947, he was the son of the late Francis J. Pimental, Sr. and Evelyn (Medeiros) Santos. Frank worked for the Town of Bristol for 32 years,

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Group hires lawyer to fight wetlands regs

A group of about a dozen Warren residents who believe the the town is going too far with changes to its wetlands ordinances have hired an attorney in hopes of blocking them. The group of 14 residents, led by former planning board member John Tattrie and Schoolhouse Road resident John Saviano, said they have hired

This is from an ad that ran in the Warren and Barrington Gazette this week 100 years ago. "They always go together, a happy purse and a good, nourishing loaf of Nelle's Delicious Bread. Our bread doesn't make your purse suffer. It is more economical than baking at home. Try some of our bread. It is a meal fit for the gods."

100 Years Ago in Warren: Thief foiled in the act

Taken from the pages of the Warren and Barrington Gazette this week in January 1913: Fancy new truck George M. Wilbur, the undertaker, has just purchased a new Pierce Arrow, 45-horse power, ambulance. It certainly is a beatuy and will prove of material assistance to Mr. Wilbur in his work. Thief foiled While guests were

The offices of the Warren and Barrington Gazette, forerunner of the Warren Times-Gazette, in 1900. Note the printers at the rear of the photo, courtesy of the Warren Preservation Society.

100 Years Ago in Warren: Riot in the Polish colony

Taken from the pages of the Warren and Barrington Gazette this week in November 1912: Riot in the Polish colony The north end of the town was the scene of a lively scrap on Saturday night last, between the police and a few Polanders who were the worse for too much liquor. There are several

Veterans lay a wreath on the Town Common Honor Roll during Veterans Day ceremonies Sunday morning.

Warren marks veterans’ sacrifices

A small gathering of Boy Scouts, veterans, town officials and residents gathered at the Warren Town Common Sunday morning to mark the town’s observance of Veterans’ Day. Keynote speaker Chris Stanley, the president of the Warren Town Council, gave this speech: ” Today the First World War can often appear distant to us with so

Bristol Animal Control supervisor Dyanne Gibree talks about the need for a new shelter.

Barrington town manager says he’s interested in discussing a regional shelter

In Barrington, there is no animal shelter. In Warren, the animal shelter is showing its years. And in Bristol, the price to build a new animal shelter is more expensive than officials ever expected. But according to Barrington Town Manager Peter DeAngelis, there could be a simple solution to all three towns’ dilemmas: a regional

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