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A Warren woman who allegedly led police in two states on a high speed pursuit through at least seven towns early Monday morning faces a host of charges filed by police in Massachusetts, Warren and at … more
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 … more
Parts of Main Street (Rte 114) were flooded Friday morning just before the Bristol/Warren line near Seymour Street. more
The Warren Fire Department will mark Fire Prevention Day this Saturday, Oct. 13, with a full slate of activities at Burr’s Hill Park. It’s all free and runs from 1 to 3 p.m. There will be … more
Contractors will soon drill a hole across and more than 20 feet under the Kickemuit River to provide a more reliable source of water for more than 550 Bristol County Water Authority customers in East … more
The Warren Land Conservation Trust has started clearing walking trails along 55 acres on the Palmer River that it recently received from the Town of Warren. The Haile Farm Preserve is named after the … more
A small crowd gathered around the front steps of the old 2nd Story Theatre on Market Street Friday as they awaited to see the fate of the beloved theater company’s three properties during a public … more
The small group of college students stood at the end of the road and looked out toward the river.  At low tide, the river seemed a long way off — a good 75 or 80 yards away from the … more
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 … more
Midfielder Joviana Goldstein scored her first goal with two minutes left in the game to give the Huskies a 1-0 win over Cranston West at Vendituolli Field on Friday evening. The win boosted the … more
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