The Latest From Warren

Contractor runs afoul of Town of Warren, neighbors

A Fall River contractor is in trouble with the town after workers late last week began clearing land on Denver Avenue without permission, and then ignored a police officer’s warning to clear …
Video: Sections of Main Street flooded in Warren
Parts of Main Street (Rte 114) were flooded Friday morning just before the Bristol/Warren line near Seymour Street. Read More
Warren Fire Department family fun day this weekend
The Warren Fire Department will mark Fire Prevention Day this Saturday, Oct. 13, with a full slate of activities at Burr’s Hill … Read More
Workers to lay water pipe 20 feet under Kickemuit River
Contractors will soon drill a hole across and more than 20 feet under the Kickemuit River to provide a more reliable source of water … Read More
Obituaries
Robert L. Remy, 87, Warren Robert L. Remy, 87, of Warren, died Friday, Oct. 5, 2018 at Rhode Island Hospital. He was the husband of Janet (Vitullo) Remy; they were married for over 66 years. He was born in Fall River, a son …
James J. "Jimmy" King, 81, Warren James J. "Jimmy" King, 81, of Warren, died Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 at his farm on Child Street. He was the son of the late Louis and Rose (Mello) King. He was the husband of Penny Catalano. As a …
Election 2018
Election News
Meet candidates at public forum later this month

Candidates for public office in Warren will meet constituents and debate the issues during a public candidates' forum at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23 at Warren Town Hall. The night is sponsored …

Warren's reluctant candidate fighting for Kickemuit

Warren Town Council candidate Barry Lial never wanted to run for public office. He doesn’t trust many politicians, thinks their priorities are misplaced and believes they waste money, create …

Candidate Statements
Gould: What does my opponent stand for? You may not agree with me, but you’ll always know where I stand. One of the positives about being a Libertarian is that it’s a political philosophy based upon a very simple principle. …
Thibaudeau: A School Committee Member’s Responsibility to Warren Residents There are a lot of aspects of being on the school committee but one area that doesn’t get much attention is their responsibilities to the people of our town. While educating students is the …
Speakman: Support small business, for Warren’s sake Small business is the heart and soul of Warren’s economy. The larger enterprises in town provide an essential foundation of economic strength and stability and we appreciate them and want them …
Schofield: Business—school partnerships key in prepping students for life We’ve made great strides with our Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, but a strong college prep program and partnerships with our business community will play an increasingly vital …

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