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

Warren council hold special meeting on police pact vote

Warren council hold special meeting on police pact vote

The Warren Town Council will hold a special meeting Halloween evening to vote on a new contract with the town’s police union. Town council president Chris Stanley said the council and specifically, negotiators Scott Lial and David Frerichs, have spent the last year negotiating a new contract with the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, Local


Warren council candidate upset over rivals’ oversight

The contentious Warren Town Council race took another turn this week, after 5,000 Democratic Town Committee flyers were mailed out — with one candidate’s name missing. Steve Thompson, an unendorsed Democratic candidate for council, finished second in September primary voting. But in a mailer sent out by the town committee Thursday to about 5,000 households,

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Open houses: Dozens planned around East Bay

Whether you’re looking for a new home or not, it’s always fun to go on a house hunt. See what’s out there on the East Bay market with this weekend’s open house listings: Barrington 33 Meadowbrook Drive — Sunday, Nov. 2, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Ranch, 3, 2, $585,000. Residential Properties, Ceci Sartor, 401-245-9600.

Photo: Warren sees red to fight drugs, alcohol and tobacco

Did you see red in Warren this Wednesday? There’s a good reason. Warren marked “Red Ribbon Week,” a nationwide anti alcohol, drug and tobacco use campaign, this week, and town employees, from clerks at Warren Town Hall to police department members, got into the spirit on Wednesday, known as “Red-Out Day.” Kickemuit Middle school students

What’s your game, Democratic party chairman?

To the editor: I would like to respond to the Chairman of the Warren Democratic Party Richard Silva and his recent letter of Oct 22nd entitled “These candidates don’t offer real solutions.” In this letter he talks about Town Council candidates Steve Thompson and Brandt Heckert  using the “same old” political rhetoric and how their having some pictures with

Letter: A chance to change Warren’s future

To the editor: While it’s usually difficult to achieve in government due to entrenched political interests, every so often an opportunity for positive change comes along to be seized on. Wouldn’t it be great to have Town Council leadership that moved Warren forward, instead of working so hard to protect the status quo? Wouldn’t it