The Latest From Warren

Mt. Hope wrestlers make strides in loss to Coventry

Wrestling team makes strides during loss to Coventry Story and photos by Richard W Dionne Jr The Mt. Hope gymnasium was whipped into a frenzy as they chanted the name of the the team’s 6’ …
Warren police logs: Multiple DUI arrests
Monday, Dec. 10 A Metacom Avenue woman complained that her downstairs neighbor was smoking marijuana and “stinking up her … Read More
Warren children go to source, writing to Santa for presents
Lauren wants a manatee, a robot that can bake cakes and a purple ukelele. Addyson wants a new friend to play with. And Blake just … Read More
Spreading flowers, spreading cheer in Warren
A floral artist from Warren transformed the front of the United States Post Office into a holiday wonder this week, using flowers that … Read More
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 … Read More
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
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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