The Latest From Warren

Ana Riley looks to create a 'shared vision' for Bristol Warren

Ana Riley, former superintendent of Portsmouth, will now lead Bristol Warren after signing a 3-year contract.
Thanksgiving Day Football Game postponed to Dec. 2
Due to an outbreak of four positive cases of COVID-19, the Thanksgiving Day Football Game between Mt. Hope and Barrington High Schools … Read More
Return to the stage! (for some …)
Across Rhode Island, student-athletes have been living a relatively normal existence for most of 2021. Since the spring, they’ve … Read More
Warren Holiday Festival begins Friday
The Warren Holiday Festival returns this Friday and Saturday to the downtown. Read More
Dr. Ed Mara honored by foundation he helped found
Prior to leaving to be with his family back in Florida for the holidays, Dr. Ed Mara was celebrated by the Bristol Warren Education … Read More
School bus drivers hold ‘informational picket’
A local school bus driver union is hopeful that an agreement will be reached soon, as they conducted “Just Practicing informational … Read More
Local metal artists open first retail showroom
Beehive Handmade has opened a new retail showroom on Water Street in Warren. Read More

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William “Bill” Pevin of Warren William “Bill” Pevin of Warren, R.I. passed away unexpectedly on Nov. 6, 2021. His final moments were spent enjoying a peaceful walk on a beautiful, crisp New England day. The family is …
Dennis J. (Rap) Raposa, 63, of Warren Dennis J. (Rap) Raposa, 63, of Warren, R.I. died unexpectedly at home on Friday, Nov. 12, 2021. He is survived by his devoted wife of 42 years, Kathleen (Kathy) Raposa. He also leaves his parents, …
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100 Years Ago
100 Years Ago: Week of Aug. 25, 1921

A clever juvenile thief got caught red-handed with a lifted $20 bill, and women now have to pay poll taxes same as men.

100 Years ago in Warren: Baseball, foxes and a young thief

Taken from the pages of the Warren and Barrington Gazette this week in May 1921: Warren comes from behind It looked like a shut out for Warren Sunday, when the Revere Rubber Co. with Cooney in …

100 Years ago in Warren: Boat bandits and twilight baseball

Taken from the pages of the Warren and Barrington Gazette this week in May 1921: Bandits on a boatTwo East Warren boys will appear at the session of the Juvenile Court Thursday to answer to the …

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