The Latest From Warren

Heat is on the menu as Quahog Fest comes to Warren this weekend

Get ready for a hot one. The 37th annual Warren Quahog, Seafood and Arts Festival is on Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21, at Burr’s Hill Park, Water Street. It's predicted to be the hottest …
Warren man pleads no contest in bass poaching case
A Warren man pleaded no contest in Fourth Division District Court last Thursday to exceeding the state's striped bass limit, following … Read More
Warren police busy with DUI arrests
Monday, July 8 William Hernandez, 41, of 100 Seymour St., was charged with domestic driving without the consent of the owner, … Read More
Interim superintendent hired in Bristol Warren
Dr. Jonathan Brice, a long-time educator and former Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Education, has been named … Read More
Kayak, dinghy racks coming to Warren Town Beach
It will soon be a lot easier for water lovers to head out on the Warren River, Jacob’s Point and upper Narragansett Bay.A large … Read More
Another setback for Bristol County's broken pipeline
Two weeks ago, the Bristol County Water Authority (BCWA) had a plan to fix its leaking lifeline. Now it’s back to the drawing … Read More
Brothers plan to open Mexican restaurant in Warren
Diego and Louis Contreras grew up in Guadalajara, Mexico, and they plan to prepare the favorite dishes of their home when they open … Read More
Anne Dodge Lohr, 79, Warren Anne Dodge Lohr, aged 79, passed away peacefully on 7 July 2018 in Virginia after a valiant struggle with an illness associated with knee-replacement surgery. A long-time resident of Warren, RI, Anne …
Robert K. Hawkinson Jr., 89, Warren Robert K. “Bob” Hawkinson Jr., P.E., age 89, passed away Thursday, July 18, 2019 in Hope Hospice & Palliative Care of Rhode Island, surrounded by his family. He was the husband of …

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