The Latest From Warren

Bristol Warren school leaders and teachers sign safety pact

The Bristol Warren Education Association, Superintendent Mario Andrade and School Committee Chairperson Erin Schofield announced Wednesday afternoon that they have signed two Memoranda of …
Mr. Chicken is coming to Warren
Mr. Chicken is coming to Warren, but that doesn’t begin to tell the story of what Humberto Correia will offer when he opens his … Read More
Crews abandon digging in search of BCWA pipeline leak
Crews hired by the Bristol County Water Authority have abandoned their digging in search of a leak in the BCWA's cross bay pipeline, … Read More
Portsmouth beats Mt. Hope, remains undefeated in Division II
PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School boys’ lacrosse team improved its record to 10-0 in Division II after defeating Mt. Hope … Read More
Mt. Hope gymnasts heading to the national stage
Three of the most accomplished scholar-athletes in the history of Mt. Hope High School will be on their way to the Senior National … Read More
New photos: Warren firefighters at scene of four-tenement fire
Warren firefighters are on the scene of a fire at 7 Arlington Ave. A four-apartment building has been evacuated. A third-floor … Read More
Mt. Hope Masqueraders stage ‘High School Musical’ this weekend
The Mt. Hope Masqueraders are performing their spring musical this coming weekend. Aptly enough, it’s Disney’s “High … Read More
Obituaries
Peter N. Jackson, 49, of Warren Peter N. Jackson, 49, of Warren, a loving son of Joseph and Gail (Contois) Jackson, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, May 14, at Rhode Island Hospital. He worked in Culinary Services for Roger Williams …
Sandra S. Nightingale, 80, Swansea Sandra Sherrill (Bell) Nightingale, 80, of Swansea, MA, passed away at home on May 10, 2019, surrounded by her loving family. She was the loving wife of James Nightingale. They were married for 60 …

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