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The Latest From Warren

Decades later, Warren soldier and eight others killed in Beirut honored

It has been nearly 40 years since her brother, Warren resident David C. Massa, died in the terrorist bombing of the US Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, but Anna Massa Beard still thinks about him every …
Warren police logs: Four charged with drug offenses
Monday, Sept. 21A caller reported finding a child's bike and backpack at Burr's Hill. Apparently they had been there for several … Read More
Silver Creek Bridge reopens to traffic in both directions
As everyone knows, Bristol loves a parade. So how else would they reopen the Silver Creek Bridge after it was partially closed for … Read More
English class sparks debate over 'morality' lessons in Bristol Warren
Social justice and the question of morality lessons in the classroom turned into a hot political discussion in Warren and Bristol this … Read More
Warren forms Native American study group
The Warren Town Council has established the American Indian Ad Hoc Study Committee, and through it will study the impact of the area's … Read More
Warren police logs: Resident spots large lizard in the road
Monday, Sept. 14 A caller complained that a man had been sleeping on a blanket at Burr's Hill Park. Police checked it out: "Male … Read More
Why did Mt. Hope scale back to one day per week?
In July, the Bristol Warren Regional School District unveiled a school reopening plan that would have Mt. Hope High School students … Read More

Shirley H. Manchester Bell, 97, Swansea Shirley H. (Millard) Manchester Bell, 97, of Swansea, MA., died Tuesday, September 15, 2020 at home. She was the wife of the late Ralph E. Manchester and also the late William Bell. She was …
Walter J. Mikulski, 68, Barrington Walter J. Mikulski, 68, of Barrington, died Monday, September 14, 2020 at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence. He was born in Fall River, a son of the late Alexander and Bertha (Siembab) …

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