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Open Houses: 35 scheduled in East Bay this weekend

Open Houses: 35 scheduled in East Bay this weekend

Whether you’re looking for your next home, pricing out the competition or just looking for some new decorating ideas, it’s always fun to hit some open houses. Here’s a list of homes open for inspection around the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 346 Nayatt Road— Sunday, Sept. 14, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Gambrel, 4, 2.5,

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Warren building permits for the month of August

The following building permits by the Town of Warren building official’s office: 15 Leonard St., Geoffrey D. Clark. Strip and re-roof, $3,000. 3 Highview Ave., Jeffrey R. Wyrostek. Vinyl siding, $10,000. 132 Child St., Club Recreativo. Erect tent, $5,000. 10 Broad St., Judith A. Harvey. Roof overlay, $8,000. 34 Sachem St., Villella Corp. Finish first

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That’s right: Fusion Fest coming back to Warren

Bands, check. Food trucks, check. Beer, check. Burr’s Hill will be jumping Saturday with the Fusionworks Dance Company holds its annual Fusion Fest at Burr’s Hill Park. The show runs from noon to 7 p.m., and will be filled with bands, food and more. This is the first year the party’s being held at Burr’s

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Off the Market: Homes sold in East Bay

Dozens of homes around the East Bay have changed hands recently, including professional golfer Brad Faxon’s $4.5 million estate. Following is a list of properties that have sold in the region and their sales price: Barrington 85 Nayatt Road — $4,525,000 11 Wallis Ave. — $295,000 1 Massasoit Ave. — $345,000 152 Lincoln Ave. —

Officials break ground on the Hope & Main incubator last year.

Hope and Main unveils first ‘class’ of cooks

A fish smoker, candy lover and pickler are among the more than 30 food entrepreneurs who will launch culinary businesses this month as members of the state’s first food business incubator program. They will begin full production at Hope & Main’s newly-renovated Main Street facility in early October. As the state’s first food business incubator,

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Charter school takes over Our Lady of Fatima in Warren

A Providence-based Charter School has taken over the former Lady of Fatima School on Market Street, bringing 132 students to Warren in a last-minute move that surprised even some of the school’s administrators. The Highlander Charter School started classes at the beginning of the month, about three weeks after the school’s 13-member board signed a

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Warren comes together to help sick boy

Residents of Warren and neighboring communities are rallying around a very ill three-year-old boy who is battling leukemia. Michael Ryder, the son of Lynda (Chellel) Ryder and Jonathan Ryder of Riverside and formerly of Warren, was diagnosed in March and is currently undergoing chemotherapy and physical therapy once a week at Hasbro Children’s Hospital. Because

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Heckert, Thompson top Warren Town Council primary race

Despite being political outsiders in Warren — or maybe because of it — unendorsed Democratic Warren Town Council candidates Brandt Heckert and Steven Thompson won Tuesday’s Democratic primary handily, beating out five endorsed Democrats also vying for a spot on the ballot in November’s election. While 104 absentee and eight provisional ballots still needed to

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