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House of the Week: Sits on 32 wooded acres

House of the Week: Sits on 32 wooded acres

Rehoboth, Mass., is a rural community with miles of country roads and tree-lined streets, which is also home to me of the area’s most beautiful properties, including the home at 250 County St. The sprawling contemporary yet classic home sits on 32 acres of prime real estate. With more than 7,500 square feet of living

Candidates, from left, include Keri Cronin, Brandt Heckert and Joseph Depasaquale.

Warren councilor candidates square off

Warren Town Hall was packed Thursday night as nine candidates for Warren Town Council faced each other in the last public forum scheduled before the November election. On topics ranging from the cost of education to Warren’s reputation, business climate, finances and drug problem, candidates for the five open council seats spent close to 90

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Open houses planned around East Bay this weekend

The following open houses are scheduled throughout the East Bay this weekend: Barrington 2 Deep Meadow Road — Sunday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Colonial, 5, 3.5, $769,000. Residential Properties, Kerri Payne, 401-245-9600. 28 Washington Road — Sunday, Oct. 12, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Raised ranch, 3, 2.5, $319,000. Residential Properties, Maureen


Warren woman hurt in freak accident

A 48-year-old Warren woman was injured in a freak car accident at her 10 Long Lane Home just before 9 p.m. Thursday. Police were called to the home at 8:49 p.m. for a report of a woman struck by a car. Warren Deputy Police Chief Joseph Loiselle said Friday that rescue crews found the woman

This pretty pumpkin was entered into the 2013 weigh-off at Frerichs Farm. This year's is Sunday.

Warren pumpkin weigh-off postponed to Sunday

Due to the threat of rain Saturday, organizers have postponed the annual Southern New England Giant Pumpkin weigh-off at Frerichs Farm until Sunday. Farm owner David Frerichs made the call Friday morning after looking at the forecast. “Looks like it’s going to be raining all day,” he said. “We’re calling everyone now.” Once the big day

Warren Fire Chief Al Galinelli (left) poses for a photo with Warren Deputy Police Chief Joseph Loiselle at a banquet in the fire chief's honor Wednesday evening.

Warren’s Al Galinelli honored by state group

Wednesday night was a big one for Warren Fire Chief Al Galinelli, who was recently named Rhode Island Firefighter of the year by the Rhode Island State Firefightes League. Chief Galinelli, who has served the town in one capacity or another for 40 years, received his award at a banquet in Westerly attended by dozens

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Warren Town Council forum is Thursday night

The race for Warren Town Council is getting tight, and candidates will have a chance to state their case for a seat during a public forum set for tonight, Thursday, Oct. 9. The Rhode Island League of Women Voters is teaming up with East Bay Newspapers and the East Bay Chamber of Commerce to run

This pretty pumpkin was entered into the 2013 weigh-off at Frerichs Farm. This year's is Sunday.

Giant pumpkins headed to Warren

He doesn’t want to jinx anything, but David Frerichs is thinking big. The annual Southern New England Giant Pumpkin Grower’s Annual Weigh-off is scheduled for this Saturday at Frerichs Farm, and Mr. Frerichs said he has heard some good things about the pumpkins and squash that may show up for the weigh-off: “I’m really hoping