The Latest From Warren

New arts and culture commission off to running start in Warren

The Warren Town Council appointed eight members to the newly-formed Warren Arts and Culture Commission last Tuesday, going over their original limit of seven members due to what councilors said was …
Galactic owner gets 2 a.m. extension from Warren council
A downtown theatre owner asked for and received special permission to remain in his establishment until 2 a.m. every night he is open, … Read More
Mt Hope students have a day on Capitol Hill
The impeachment proceedings weren’t the only thing happening in Washintgton, DC last week. A local group, including … Read More
Roll out the barrel: Warren council OKs brewpub in Tourister mill
Come July, beer lovers will be able to sit out on a deck along the Warren River, watch the sun go down and enjoy the only pint brewed … Read More
"Kerfuffle" as Warren council delays BCWA appointment
The Warren Town Council is holding off on filling a vacancy on the Bristol County Water Authority Board of Directors until members get … Read More
East Bay girls hockey team destroys Mounties 10-3
The East Bay girls' hockey team is in playoff mode after crushing Mount St. Charles 10-3 at the Portsmouth Abbey Ice Arena last … Read More
Warren police logs: Man arrested after car and foot chase
Monday, Feb. 3 Police returned a lost purse to its owner. A Kickemuit Middle School student reported that another student wanted … Read More
Susan Mays, 66, Riverside Susan Mays, age 66, passed away unexpectedly at her home in Riverside, Thursday, January 23, 2020. Born in North Kingstown, RI, a daughter of the late Charles Mays and Janet (Cote) Perry, she was …
Sandra A. Belgarde, 76, of Venice, Fla. On Jan. 14, 2020, Sandra A. (Oliver) Belgarde, 76, of Venice, Fla., and formerly of Chepachet and Warren, R.I., went home to be with our Lord. She was the wife of Norman Belgarde, her husband of 43 …

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