Local water authority wins 'Hydrant Hysteria'

David DaSilva and Nicholas Deveau, representing the Bristol County Water Authority, placed first in the inaugural Hydrant Hysteria competition, held during the New England Water Works Association …
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Frank Siembab steals the show at Warren Hall of Fame dinner

Frank Siembab stole the show at Saturday night’s Warren Athletic Hall of Fame induction dinner at the Venus de Milo …

Delekta’s getting out of prescription drug business

Warren’s last independent pharmacy will still serve up the best coffee cabinet around, but Delekta’s Pharmacy is getting out of the prescription drug business. Owner Eric Delekta confirmed …

Condom theft, Local legend dies, Car vs. ocean, and more

A Bristol legend passes away, a car goes for a dip, a group of local students head to the world championships, and some randy teens are caught stealing their needed prophylactics. These are just some …

Neighbor upset over Warren compost operation

A Birch Swamp Road man who doesn’t want a regional composting operation near his home has asked the Warren Town Council to bar the importation of food waste from outside Warren. In December, …

Skies clearing for Warren cleanup Saturday

It’s been a long winter and the rain is ending. Now it’s time for some spring cleaning. Warren will hold its 25th annual Earth Day cleanup this Saturday. Put on by the Warren Conservation …
Obituaries
Richard R. LaRoche, 66, of Riverside

Richard R. LaRoche, 66, of Riverside, died unexpectedly Friday, March 17, 2017, at Rhode Island Hospital.  Born in North Kingstown, he also lived in Warren, Barrington and West …

Anthony J. “Tony” Mastriano, 57, Bristol

Ricky J. Samson, 57, Warren

Rose Anna LaFrance, 94, Warren

Dorothy A. Longo, of Barrington

David E. Bates, formerly of Barrington

Fan Castleman Benjamin, 94, of Barrington

Jessica Ferri, 77, Bristol

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Sports
Townies win two of three to open 2017 golf season

EAST PROVIDENCE — Two of the three teams competing in an Eastern Division golf match on an an overcast, chilly Monday afternoon, April 24, at Metacomet Country Club were making their initial …

Mt. Hope moves up leader board with pair of wins

Portsmouth overwhelmed by Mt. Hope in girls’ lacrosse

A clean sweep for Portsmouth High in home track meet

Unified teams tip-off in early season action

Things to Do
An easy, elegant chicken and mushroom dish with fresh herbs

This is such an easy, yet elegant dish. But, it needs a flavorful mushroom. Don’t use white, button mushrooms as they are too bland. I found cremini, shiitake or baby bellas (or once a mix of …

KMS to stage ‘Shrek the Musical Jr.’

Young actors visit 'Neverland' with Elvis, Swift and friends

Irish charmer is a joyful, musical coming-of-age story

Use buttery roasted garlic cloves in myriad ways

Opinion
An empty face at Burr's Hill

Reprinted from the Warren-Times Gazette, April 17, 1913: With its eyeless sockets upturned to the skies, with a few scattered wisps of what once was hair clinging to the yellow bone, it lay upon …

Letter: Chris Stanley’s last minute budget shenanigans

Letter: Don't buy into pothead 'B.S.'

Letter: How will Warren finance every flush?

Why does the law continue to allow hidden guns in schools?

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