The Latest From Warren

Warren could require state permission to exceed tax levy limit

If nothing changes between now and the final budget approval deadline in May, the Town of Warren will need to seek permission to raise the tax levy by 5.7% for the next fiscal year.
‘David vs. Goliath’ – the East Bay and the affordable housing fight
Shown here are the “affordability” metrics for the communities in the East Bay of Rhode Island. East Providence leads the way with … Read More
As many as 23 Main Street trees on the chopping block in Warren
RIDOT is looking to repave about a mile of Rt. 114 in Warren, along with making sidewalk repairs along that stretch. The catch? … Read More
Lawmakers discuss a shortage of doctors and a bridge tumbling down
The East Bay Chamber of Commerce hosted a breakfast meeting with legislators earlier this month, with topics ranging from healthcare … Read More
Many will miss the helping hands of Tony Primiano
A police officer, veteran, firefighter and rescue volunteer, the late Tony Primiano was a ‘quiet public servant’. Read More
Sowams Heritage Area talks generate significant interest
More than 130 people attended the Community Conversations presented by the Sowams Heritage Area Project in Bristol and Seekonk … Read More
Warren PD: Five arrests and a Market Street streaker
Police made five arrests and tried to help a naked man on Market Street between April 1-8, 2024. Read More
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