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Warren police logs: Man charged with domestic offenses

Monday, Jan. 7Police were asked to check on the well-being of a horse on Market Street.Police received a complaint from Market Street about a customer who did not return a rental item.A caller …
BCWA: Pipeline project needs state aid
Allan Klepper stood before the Barrington Town Council on Monday night, Jan. 7, and tried to explain the situation facing the Bristol … Read More
Despite loss to Mounties, Huskies see bright season ahead
The Mt. Hope basketball team lost their first game of the year to Mount St. Charles 58-54 during a home game on Friday night. The lost … Read More
Eagles score six goals in first period, win 8-5
The East Bay Co-op girls ice hockey team took a commanding 6-0 lead in the first period and glided to an 8-5 win over the … Read More
Warren hires two new police officers
Two new police officers have recently graduated from the Rhode Island Municipal Police Training Academy and are serving as … Read More
Resident claims Bristol County Water Authority is breaking the law
A Serpentine Road resident who ran for Warren Town Council last fall to raise awareness of alleged negligence and wrongdoing by the … Read More
District 68 race down to five
The race for the House of Representatives District 68 seat is down to five hopefuls, after three candidates in Warren and two in … Read More
Obituaries
Joan M. Sampson, 92, Warren Joan M. (Dubois) Sampson, 92, of Warren, died Saturday, January 12, 2019 at her daughter’s home. She was the wife of the late Louis Sampson. Joan was born in Warren, a daughter of the late …
Thomas Sardinha Sr., 80, Warren Thomas Sardinha Sr. passed away on Jan. 3, 2019 at the age of 80. He was the beloved husband of Jeanne (Audet) Sardinha for 58 years. He was the son of the late Antonio and Rita (Camara) Sardinha. …

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