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In July, the Bristol Warren Regional School District unveiled a school reopening plan that would have Mt. Hope High School students back in the building half the time, and learning from home half the … more
The Warren Veterans Honor Roll Committee is looking for veterans who served during wartime whose names are not currently on the Honor Roll on the Warren Town Common. Committee members are … more
The Warren Planning Commission will soon decide the fate of Settlers' Green, a large affordable housing development planned for a stretch of farmland just north of Frerichs Farm. The commission is … more
The Town of Warren is seeking an advisory from the Rhode Island Ethics Commission on the recusal requirements for Board of Canvassers members, after questions arose about a recent lottery the board … more
Monday, Sept. 7 A caller reported seeing a mobile home dumping sewage as it was being towed down the road. Police had the unenviable job of checking: An officer said it appeared to be soapy water, … more
A Rhode Island Superior Court judge has denied the Bristol Warren teachers' union request for a restraining order that would have halted in-person teaching when school opens Monday, Sept. 14. In a … more
PROVIDENCE — Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea and Board of Elections member Jennie Johnson made several announcements regarding the November 3 general election in Rhode Island at a news … more
The teachers' union in Bristol Warren wants a Rhode Island Superior Court judge to delay the start of in-person learning in the district, scheduled to begin Monday, Sept. 14, citing the schools as … more
The Warren Town Council on Tuesday unanimously passed the first reading of an ordinance that would give the town the ability to tax certain commercial property owners who aren't doing enough to get … more
With the start of school looming just three days away, the union that represents teachers in Bristol Warren filed an 11th hour suit in Rhode Island Superior Court Thursday afternoon, asking the court … more
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