The Latest From Warren

Eagles and Huskies prep for annual football showdown

When the Barrington High School football team boards its bus for the trip to Bristol this week for its annual football game against rival Mt. Hope High, you can bet they’ll be …
Thanksgiving Day game moved to Wednesday night
The annual Mt. Hope vs. Barrington Thanksgiving Day football game has been rescheduled to Wednesday night, Nov. 21, at 6 p.m. The game … Read More
A celebration of the small and profitable in Bristol
As small businesses across the country prepare for the holiday shopping frenzy this upcoming weekend, a number of local shops and … Read More
Warren police arrest unruly bar patron
Monday, Nov. 12 A caller reported finding the … Read More
Kickoff to Christmas helps families in need
The fourth annual Bristol Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary Community Aid Drive “Kickoff to Christmas” will take place on … Read More
WaterRower buys TPI complex in Warren for $4.25 million
WaterRower, the Metacom Avenue-based rowing machine manufacturer, has closed on a deal to purchase the 25-acre TPI complex at 373 … Read More
End is near for plastic grocery bags in Warren
It's time to start saving grocery bags or buying reusable ones. Warren's ban on plastic disposable grocery bags starts at the … Read More
Lynn A. Wojtyto, 62, Barrington Lynn A. (Piekarski) Wojtyto, 62, of Barrington, died Monday, Nov. 19, 2018 at Hope Hospice in Providence, surrounded by her family. She was the wife of James J. Wojtyto. She was born in …
Frank J. Campo Jr., 81, Warren Frank J. Campo Jr., 81, of Main Street, Warren, and formerly of Bristol, died peacefully Monday, Nov. 12, 2018 at his home, surrounded by his wife and family. He was the husband of Rita C. (Cordeiro) …

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