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Letter: Bristol County Water Authority should be praised

Letter: Bristol County Water Authority should be praised

To the editor: The June 17 front page article “Water Rates on The Rise” on BCWA was full of information. The facts were right on the mark. The perspective of the article I found a little skewed. When I was appointed to the BCWA board a year and a half ago, it was with the expectation

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Warren police logs: Man charged with child abuse

Monday, June 15 A Mason Street man found a wallet in front of his house. Police got a call just after noon about “partying passing out” on Market Street. A Market Street man told police his upstairs neighbor walked into his apartment. Tuesday, June 16 Police got a “report of a raccoon” on Market Street.

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Police investigate second alleged assault at Warren school

Police are investigating a second alleged teacher/student assault at the Kickemuit Middle School, one week after a similar complaint was lodged. Just after 3 p.m. Friday, June 19, Warren police were called to the school after a student complained that a teacher grabbed his forearm and twisted his hand. Deputy Warren Police Chief Joseph Loiselle

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OLMC students off to high school

Our Lady of Mount Carmel School recently graduated its latest class of eighth-grade students. Pictured include (front row, from left) Principal Janet A. Maloney, Rev. Henry P. Zinno, and eighth-grade teacher Jessica Carlson; (second row) graduates Michaela Carroll, Alexander Gomes, Damon Castigliego, Ethan Carvalho, Mitchell Higgins and Olivia Federico; (third row) Chloe Watson, Grace Rosado, Grace

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The Warren Housing Authority has formed a new non-profit corporation and plans to lease a vacant building it owns to WaterRower, the Metacom rowing machine manufacturer. The East Passage Housing Corporation, a non-profit recently formed by the authority, is working on a plan to lease the old Social Security building at 470 Metacom Ave. to

Jennie Proto shares a laugh with Michael Anthony Patriarca at the 2012 Italian Festival. The hats were owned by her late husband Samuel.

In Warren, time to get your Italian on

By now, the volunteers have already ordered the eggplant, the hundreds of sausage links, and the gallons and gallons of tomatoes, pasta and bread. Bring on the party, now in its 44th year. This weekend marks the annaul St. Alexander’s Church Festival, which has come to be as much about family, friends and tradition as

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Open houses planned around East Bay

Above: 39 Peaceful Way, Portsmouth The following open houses are scheduled this weekend in towns around the East Bay: Barrington 3 Donald Ross Road — Sunday, June 21, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Contemporary, 3, 2.5, $759,000. Residential Properties, Bonni Koppelman, 401-245-9600. 22 Sowams Road — Sunday, June 21, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Colonial,

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Report: Warren toddler died of invasive strep

A 13-month old toddler who died Tuesday succumbed to a severe form of strep bacteria, the state Department of Health announced Thursday. The child attended The Children’s Workshop daycare at 410 Child St., but health department officials said Thursday that they don’t believe there is any threat to public health. However, officials administered antibiotics to

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