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Warren police: Connecticut man charged with using fake ID

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 24.0px Palatino} Monday, Sept. 17 Police got a call about a man sleeping in the woods behind Vernon Street. A motorist called police after a …

Warren passes on $400,000 open space purchase

Town officials have been making a push to preserve open space across town for several years, but members of the Warren Town Council voted last week to walk away from a plan to purchase 14.3 acres of …
Warren promotes three police officers

Three Warren Police Department officers were promoted Tuesday night by Warren Town Council President Joseph DePasquale, at the council’s regular monthly meeting. Promoted following the retirement …

Warren fisherman nabbed for exceeding striped bass limits

Division of Law Enforcement officers cited a Warren man yesterday in Narragansett for having caught 13 striped bass – 12 over the limit for a recreational angler – the Rhode Island …

Warren mourns a good friend

Warren mourned this week as members of the town’s fire fighting and police community said good-bye to one of their most beloved members. Matthew Marcellus Harris, 38, known as a gentle giant who …

Obituaries
Caroline P. Couto, 91, Warren Caroline P. (Viera) Couto, age 91, of Warren, passed away Sunday, Sept. 23, 2018 at the Evergreen House Health Center, surrounded by her family.  She was the wife of the late George M. …
Mathew DePasquale, 37, Bristol Mathew P. DePasquale, 37, of Bristol passed away on Monday Sept. 10, 2018, at home. He was a son of Philip S. and Ginny (Godet) DePasquale. He was a school teacher with NAFI in the Pawtucket …
Election 2018
Election News
Ascencao says message, team and hard work won the election

The victor in Wednesday’s House of Representatives District 68 Democratic primary is resting a little and catching up on laundry today. It’s been a few long months for the first-time …

Tyska accepts defeat, worries about future of district, and campaign tactics

Reflecting on his overwhelming defeat in the Democratic primary for R.I. House District 68, Andy Tyska said he still believes he was the best candidate for Bristol and Warren, but the voters who went …

Candidate Statements
Hunt: Our single-party monopoly has hurt taxpayers and businesses In a primary where less than 20 percent of registered voters cast a vote, two Democratic candidates spent well over $33,000. That equates to more than $16 spent for every vote. Why do candidates …
Ascencao: You deserve a representative who listens I decided to run for state representative because I didn’t feel heard by either my representative or my government. I can’t count the number of times I sent an email or a voicemail, but …
Tyska: We need candidates with real experience and integrity I am running for state representative in District 68 because I want to be your voice with local perspective at the State House. I want to put the experience I have gained as a business person and …
Warren needs more infrastructure improvements To meet the need for continued maintenance and improvements to local infrastructure, Warren requires a state representative with local insight and management experience. When we repair the broken …

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