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Warren police officer wins traffic safety award

Warren Patrol Officer Connor Bemis (center) was recently awarded the 2019 AAA Traffic Safety Hero Award. Officer Bemis was nominated for this award due to his numerous DUI arrests and citations. …
Tourister developers submit lone proposal for Warren site
Warren planners are moving ahead review and approval processes after only one entity submitted a plan to work with the town on the … Read More
Barrington police charge Warren man with DUI
A month after he was involved in a head-on crash in Barrington, a Warren man is facing a DUI charge. Barrington police said Gary M. … Read More
Beauty from utility — new art project brightens Warren
Warren is known for its deep pool of talented artists, and a new initiative by the town and a Providence non-profit is putting their … Read More
Warren police logs: Another possible opioid overdose
Monday, Nov. 25 Ryan VanWinkle, 29, of 4 State St., Apt. 3N, was charged with domestic simple assault/battery and domestic … Read More
BCWA customers surprised as bills skyrocket due to glitch
Jacqueline Waterman said she literally had a panic attack when she opened her dad’s bill water bill last week. Ms. Waterman, who … Read More
Eagles devour Huskies, 22-6, in annual Thanksgiving Day rivalry
Barrington beat Mt. Hope 22-6, in their annual Thanksgiving Day football game in Barrington on Thursday morning. The now Eagles have … Read More
Paul A. Miranda, 78, Warren Paul A. Miranda, 78, of Warren, died Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at the Hope Hospice, surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Maria DoCarmo DeMello (Soares) Miranda. He was born in San …
Charles W. Lake, 77, Riverside Charles W. " Chic" Lake, 77, of Riverside, died Saturday, November 16, 2019 at Hope Hospice in Providence. He was the husband of Mary (Carvalho) Lake. Chic was born in Attleboro, Ma., a son of the …

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