The Latest From Warren

RIDOT expects to open Interstate 195 ramp at Gano Street

EAST PROVIDENCE — Prodded for a comment after a recent outcry from area residents and business owners, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation has clarified some details of its future plans …
Warren police charge two boys with stealing from cars
Monday, Oct. 7 A possibly injured swan on Kinnicutt Avenue was escorted back into the water, police reported. A caller reported … Read More
Pipeline contractor’s ‘mistake’ troubled some BCWA board members
The leader of the Bristol County Water Authority said Friday she is “satisfied” that the contractor in charge of repairing … Read More
State AG: DePasquale will not face charges in alleyway altercation
The Rhode Island Attorney General’s Office will not pursue charges against Warren Town Council member Joseph DePasquale, who was … Read More
The Mt. Hope soccer team scores 14 goals on Davies in D-II match up
The Huskies pasted Davies goal keeper, Joseph Barcelos with 22 shots as they beat 0-10 Davies, 14-0 in a D-II home game on … Read More
Warren pump station work has a few months left
Work to install a new sewer pump station along Main Street should finish by early next year, providing new sewer infrastructure to … Read More
Warren police logs: Arrest following 'stolen' car disturbance
Monday, Sept. 30 Change was reported stolen from a car that had been broken into overnight on Middle Street. A Barney Street … Read More
Natalie A. (Baron) Swift, 52, of Warren Mrs. Natalie A. (Baron) Swift, age 52, of Kinnicutt Avenue, Warren, died Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019, at her home, surrounded by the love of her family. She was the wife of Neil R. Swift, her caring, …
Julia A. Reilly, 78, of Warren Julia A. Reilly, age 78, of Summit Drive, Touisset, Warren, died September 25, 2019 at the Philip Hulitar Hospice Center. She was born on April 5, 1941, in Providence, a daughter of the late Richard …

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