Warren police logs: Gorilla(?) in the streets

Monday, Oct. 17 A caller complained that multiple people were banging on her mother’s door on Bowen Street. It turned out to be National Grid employees attempting to get a car moved for …
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Powder Puff power

It was role reversal on the football field at Mt. Hope High School on Sunday, Oct, 19, as the girls took to the gridiron and the boys cheered from the sidelines in the annual Powder Puff Bowl. The …

Legislator hopefuls square off in Warren forum

Candidates for Warren’s three General Assembly seats squared off in their first public forum, held last Thursday, Oct. 12 at Warren Town Hall. Candidates answered questions posed by …

Huskies bring Home 41-7 win

The Huskies dominated Chariho to kick off Homecoming weekend with a 41-7 win. Mt. Hope took advantage of Chargers’ miscues throughout the game, jumping out to an early lead after recovering …

Off the Market: Home sold around East Bay

The following homes have changed hands in recent days in towns across the East Bay: Barrington 12 Manning Drive — $ 320,000 64 Massasoit Ave. — $378,000 34 Fessenden Road …

Bristol Warren School Committee candidates make their pitch

Six candidates vying for half as many seats on the Bristol Warren Regional School Committee made their case Tuesday night, when the Rhode Island League of Women Voters, East Bay Newspapers and Full …
Gary G. Sylvia, 59, Warren

Gary Gerard Sylvia, 59, of Broad Street, passed away Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016.   Born in Providence, he was the son of Frank J. Sylvia and the late Mary N. (Andrade) Sylvia. In addition to his …

Roberta V. Ferreira, 86, Warren

Thomas J. Lamora, 69, Warren

Garold A. Wagenbach, 77, Warren

John F. Hamlyn, 92, Warren

Wilfred W. Lomas, 93, Warren

Manuel P. Silva Sr., 89, Warren

Jean Soares, 68, Warren

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South Kingstown stops Mt. Hope's unbeaten start

A goal with five minutes left in the contest by visiting South Kingstown was the difference as the Rebels ended Mt. Hope High School's unbeaten start to its Division I girls' soccer season by beating …

Mt. Hope girls soccer remains undefeated

Portsmouth High gridders blank Mt. Hope, 20-0

Kickemuit sweeps EP in cross country

Mt. Hope names academic all-stars

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First Warren washes, then Warren Walkabout

David Podsnap was up to his neck in chores Monday. With a store (Podsnappery/Galactic Theatre) to run, a new album to finish recording and appointments to make, he was full out. But Warren Walkabout …

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Reaping the harvest as quickly as possible

Fusion Fest coming to Warren's Burr's Hill

Warren church supper truly a family affair

Letter: Many years of service is important

To the editor: How could I possibly win an election as a write-in? Fair question; here’s the short answer. Because I believe the residents of Barrington and Warren know that I have been on …

Letter: Don't be fooled by Rep. Malik's comments

Letter: Make a commitment to end domestic violence

Thompson: Lots already done, much more to accomplish

Hunt: Time to take down state's political elite

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