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The Warren Town Council voted 4-1 last week to approve a revised design for a multi-building recreational facility near the band shell at Burr’s Hill Park. more
Warren has become the first municipality in Rhode Island to codify a local ordinance outlawing the public consumption of recreational marijuana. more
PORTSMOUTH — Mayflower Wind, the developer of an offshore wind energy lease area located off the coast of Massachusetts that could impact the East Bay and South Coast area, has launched a … more
PORTSMOUTH — During an informational meeting before the Town Council Tuesday night, Mayflower Wind representatives were peppered with questions about the route of a proposed cable that … more
Mt. Hope High School junior Vic Bullard is joining the finest of the nation’s music students as one of only 15 Rhode Islanders chosen to participate in the National Association for Music … more
Between the free admission, the wide variety of live music, over 40 local art vendors with plenty to browse, and a selection of food and beverage choices that would make any Providence elitist stop … more
Residential Properties Ltd. recently announced the sale of 10 Stonegate Road in Warren for $1,895,000. RPL Sales Associate Alicia Reynolds represented the seller as the listing agent in this … more
If Warren is the smallest town in the smallest county in the smallest state in the nation, then it has some of the most talented people, beloved businesses and sought after products per capita … more
Burr’s Hill Park in Warren was the site for a Pokanoket Heritage Day on Sunday, Aug. 7. The event featured Native American singing, dancing, drumming, storytelling, presentations and displays … more
The Barrington Business and Community Association will host its final farmers market of the season on Thursday, Aug. 11. The event will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at St. John’s church, across … more
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