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Resource Fair Saturday to highlight family services

Resource Fair Saturday to highlight family services

The Bristol-Warren Regional School District and community group Thrive by Five are hosting a Resource Fair Saturday to highlight the family services available in the community and provide some family fun as well. The fair is scheduled for Saturday April 12, 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Quinta-Gamelin Community Center, 101 Asylum Road (near the entrance

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Judge: Warren shortchanged $2M in school money

A Rhode Island Superior Court judge ruled Friday that flawed interpretation of state law cost the Town of Warren as much as $2 million in local education aid this past school year. In response to a request for declaratory judgment filed by the Town of Warren last summer, Superior Court Judge Luis Matos ruled Friday morning that

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Warren fire chief: ‘We’ll start sending reports’

The Warren Fire Department is one of 30 across the state failing to provide the state with monthly call log data, according to a report released Tuesday by WatchdogRI.org, a non-profit public advocacy group. But Warren’s fire chief said he is working to change that. Fire departments are required to submit monthly data to the

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Warren comes together for Lynne Kemp

Lynne Kemp’s many friends and family across Warren are crossing their fingers this week, as the 58-year-old mother of four begins treatments in Boston that they hope will cure the leukemia she has fought since last fall. Easter Sunday was a joyous day at the Kemps’ Bridge Street home, as the whole family came out

Huskies forward Hunter Thresher hits a jumper during their game against Rogers High School. Photos by Rich Dionne

Fans cheer Huskies unified team in loss to Rogers

By Eric Dickevitz The Mt. Hope High School gymnasium roared with every seat filled by the student body, friends and fans of the unified team. Amid the band and cheerleaders on the sidelines, the unified teams’ efforts were elevated and with every basket came cheers when the Huskies hosted Rogers High School in a specially scheduled

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Warren council OKs WaterRower change

WaterRower’s expansion plans emerged victorious Tuesday night when the Warren Town Council voted unanimously to approve a change in Warren’s Comprehensive Community Plan that was vital to the plans. Before a mostly full house at Warren Town Hall, councilors agreed to change the comprehensive community plan’s community use land map to allow for light manufacturing

Cayden Sumner, 7, (mid-right) leads his peers while dancing to the Electric Slide during last year's Resource Fair at Hugh Cole School in Warren.

Resource Fair to highlight family services

The Bristol-Warren Regional School District and community group Thrive by Five are hosting a Resource Fair Saturday to highlight the family services available in the community and provide some family fun as well. The fair is scheduled for Saturday April 12, 9:30 a.m. to noon at the Quinta-Gamelin Community Center, 101 Asylum Road (near the entrance

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

Warren police: Horses on the loose

Monday, March 30 Someone found a syringe on Child Street and turned it in. Two bicycles were reported stolen from Church Street. Police were called to Hugh Cole School for a report that a student stole something from another student. School administrators told police they’d handle it internally. Someone complained about loud music playing from

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