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Warren honors two Eagle Scouts

Two Warren boys were honored by the Warren Town Council Tuesday night for receiving their Eagle Scout badge, the Boy Scouts’ highest honor. Joseph Perry “JP” Ruddick II and Santion V. DePasquale, both members of Troop 4, got a hearty round of applause after they were introduced by Warren Town Council president Joseph DePasquale, Santion’s

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Open houses planned around East Bay

Above: 4 Calder Drive, Warren The following open houses are scheduled this weekend in towns throughout the East Bay: Barrington 33 Meadowbrook Drive — Sunday, June 14, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Ranch, 3, 2, $525,000. Residential Propeties, Ceci Sartor, 401-245-9600. 37 Shore Drive — Sunday, June 14, 12-1:30 p.m. Cottage 3, 1.5, $349,000. Residential

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No concealed weapons in school

To the editor: We applaud the Bristol Warren Regional School committee on their recent unanimous resolution in support of House Bill 5861 and Senate Bill 0743, which closes a loophole in current law to prohibit the carrying of concealed weapons on school grounds. The legislation which is currently under consideration by the General Assembly is vital, as

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Warren building permits heat up

The summer is almost here and it’s the busy season for Warren Building Gareth Eames. The following are building permits issued in town since the beginning of May: 16 Colonial Drive, Kenneth J. Grande. Replace above ground pool, $6,000. 33 Locust Terrace, Thomas F. Danker. Re-roof, $3,000. 28 Market St., Twenty Eight Market St. LLC. Remove exterior

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Letter: Breaking up school district isn’t the answer

To the editor: You may be aware of the dispute between Bristol and Warren over apportioning the costs of running the Bristol Warren Regional School District (BWRSD). The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) was disbursing the state aid directly to our school system without separating the funds into Bristol and Warren shares. Warren filed

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“Venus in Fur’ in Warren

A beleaguered director, desperate to cast his stage adaptation of a classic sadomasochistic tale, “Venus in Fur,” reluctantly auditions an equally desperate actress. As the casting session simmers, lines blur between play and reality when the two enter a dangerous game of submission and domination that only one can win. Lara Hakeem and Richard Derry (pictured)

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Light down — but not out — in Warren

Three people were sent to the hospital Wednesday evening with non-life threatening injuries after an accident knocked out the traffic light at the intersection of Metacom Avenue and Child Street. Fire and police were called to the intersection after 7 p.m. after one northbound car clipped another, sending it into the pole and causing the

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Mt. Hope bids farewell to 238 graduates

Mt. Hope High School marked another graduating class Saturday, June 6, as 238 students received their diplomas, and were witness to an unexpected, emotional moment. The students walked across the stage before a packed house in the Roger Williams University field house Saturday afternoon. Aside from the usual lineup of speeches from dignitaries, Class President

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