The Latest From Warren

Changing of the guard on Warren Town Council

Keri Cronin became Warren’s first-ever female town council president Tuesday night, when she succeeded former president Joseph DePasquale by a razor thin 3-2 vote. Ms. Cronin, the second highest …
Mt. Hope wrestling preview: Team looks to 'make some noise' at states
The Mt. Hope wrestling team placed third, scoring 158 points as they hosted the annual Sharon Lombardo Holiday Tournament to kick off … Read More
Sweeney announces he will not run for District 68 seat
The shakeup in District 68 continues, as one of the declared candidates to replace Laufton Ascencao has backed out less than a week … Read More
Warren police logs: Multiple panhandling complaints
Monday, Dec. 3 Police were called to Strawberry Lane at 10:29 a.m. for a child custody matter. Police dispersed an unwanted man … Read More
District 68 Special Election set for Tuesday, March 5
A special election to fill the District 68 House of Representatives seat vacated by Laufton Ascencao will be held next March, … Read More
Memorial hockey games celebrating 17 years
The John Paul Medeiros Jr. Memorial Cup Hockey Games will be played on Wednesday night, Jan. 2, 2019 at Portsmouth Abbey. This year … Read More
Roadbed subsides, flattens sewer line in Warren
CB Utility crews are making an emergency repair to a sewer line on Wood Street after recent road subsidence flattened a section of … Read More
Obituaries
Paul A. Brown, 45, of Prudence Island Paul Arthur Brown, 45, of Prudence Island, previously of Bristol, died unexpectedly, Wednesday, Dec. 5, at home. Born in Providence, he was a son of Antoinette (Benoit) Brown of West Warwick and the …
Sarah Caizzi, 81, Bristol 'The Mayor' was loved by all who knew herSarah (Tattrie) Caizzi, 81, passed away at Women and Infants Hospital, surrounded by her family, on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018. Born and raised in Bristol, the …

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