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Six-week Warren Walkabout opens Sunday

Warren's annual Walkabout, a festival of art, food and music in downtown Warren, kicks off this Sunday, Oct. 25. But unlike previous years, this year's edition will run six weeks, not just one …

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Speakman, Hunt square off in District 68 debate
First term Representative June Speakman squared off against her lone challenger for the House District 68 seat, Libertarian Billy … Read More
Bristol and Warren school committee candidates meet Thursday night
The 12 candidates seeking seats on the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee will be meeting in a virtual forum Thursday night, … Read More
Warren passes tax in effort to fill vacant buildings
The Warren Town Council last Tuesday passed an ordinance that gives the town broad power to tax commercial property owners who they … Read More
Warren school committee candidates talk mission, district goals
Four Warren residents are running for two open seats on the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee. Continuing this week and running … Read More
Warren police logs: Three minors charged with using fake IDs
Monday, Oct. 12Danny J. Tager Jr., 35, of Attleboro, Ma., was charged with driving with a suspended, revoked or canceled license, … Read More
Senate District 10 candidates square off in online debate
With less than three weeks to go before the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 3, candidates for Rhode Island Senate District 10 … Read More
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Joyce Pires, 71, Bristol With family by her side, Joyce Lynn (Josephs) Pires, 71, of Bristol, RI passed away on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 at the Hope Health Hospice Center in Providence.  Joyce was the wife of the late …
Alyce Burke, formerly of Warren Alyce (Silva) Burke, of Winter Haven, Fla., passed away peacefully Friday morning, Oct. 9, 2020, at the Spring Lake Rehab Center in Winter Haven. Born on May 24, 1947, and a native of Warren, …
Robert J. Dahmer, 73, Tiverton Robert John Dahmer, 73, of Tiverton, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020 due to an ongoing illness. He was the husband of Joanne Blount, to whom he had been married 49 years. Bob graduated from …
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Sans football, RIIL announces playing of most fall sports in 2020 WARWICK — Most fall high school sports, with the notable exception of football, will be played as scheduled in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, following a decision rendered by the Rhode Island …
RIIL delays start of most fall high school sports PROVIDENCE — Cross country and tennis, at the moment, are the only two sports likely to begin nearly on time this fall, according to a 16-page outline provided to high school administrators …
Mt. Hope graduate named a soccer Scholar All-American Mt. Hope High School graduate Nathan Silveira recently added a new honor to his list of accomplishments. Salutatorian for the Class of 2020, Silveira was named to the United Soccer Coaches, High …
Editorial: A vote to ‘Restore the soul of America’

 Many people, including both presidential candidates, have described the coming election as historic. President Trump and former Vice President Biden have reached this conclusion for different …

Letter: Thank you, Warren police, for all your help

To the editor: We would like to thank the entire Warren Police Department for their support as we have begun this very different school year. We have changed our arrival and dismissal process. We …

Bristol and Warren General Assembly candidates debate tonight

The League of Women Voters Rhode Island and East Bay Media Group are teaming up to present a live forum featuring Bristol and Warren candidates for General Assembly. The forum will be held virtually …

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