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Gov. Dan McKee, congratulations on assuming the governor’s position. I’m looking forward to you doing the best for the citizens of Rhode Island. An issue that I have been advocating for … more
This fancy new anagram only serves to confuse the issue and obfuscate the problem. Suddenly after the fictional plague of QANON and the real plague of Covid 19, we are treated by the Phoenix to a new … more
Earlier this spring, the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee received a sobering evaluation of the district’s financial leadership, policies and procedures from an outside evaluator. Last … more
The Barrington and Warren Town Councils will hold a joint meeting with the Rhode Island Department of Transportation tonight, Thursday, May 6 at 7 p.m., to discuss the proposed detour plan for the … more
A popular restaurant's proposed move from Child Street to the Warren Town Wharf will be the subject of a Warren Zoning Board meeting Wednesday evening, where several abutters are expected to voice … more
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 … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island Department of Health last week announced the East Bay COVID-19 vaccination pod located in city at the Shoppers Town Plaza, 589 Taunton Ave., would going … more
To the editor: The Town of Warren has been working diligently over the last 18 months to address the environmental impacts and ever-increasing cost of waste disposal. Several strategies have been … more
The Mt. Hope girls' volleyball team lost to Classical, 3-1 (22-25, 26-28, 25-20, 29-27) in the Division II semifinals at Classical’s Al Morro gymnasium Thursday night. “It was as hard … more
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