The Latest From Warren

Schools putting emphasis on the ‘whole child,’ not just the student

What’s it take to teach a student in 2019? A lot more than it used to. Superintendent of Schools Mario Andrade sent a clear message to parents, teachers, taxpayers and the public when …
One injured in three-car Warren crash Thursday night
One person was injured when three cars collided at the intersection of Market Street and Birchswamp Road just after 8:30 p.m. … Read More
School budget seeks $3.5 million more from Bristol and Warren
The numbers are big and scary. The Bristol Warren Regional School District says it needs nearly $2 million more next year. Funding … Read More
With one new car wash, and another revitalized, there's no excuse for ridin' dirty in Bristol
Seemingly overnight, car washes are a big business in Bristol. For a long time — since the late 1960s — there were a … Read More
Warren praised for innovation, creativity in planning
Warren's town manager and planner said the were thrilled and beyond flattered to learn last week that a statewide planning … Read More
In Warren, luck of the Irish lands on veterans
Everyone was Irish for a day this past Sunday, when the Warren’s American Legion Auxiliary Unit 11 held its annual corned beef and … Read More
Warren police logs: Man allegedly assaulted by brother of 14-year-old he met on Tinder
Monday, March 11A Patterson Avenue woman complained about a neighbor's trash. An officer spoke to the neighbor about her complaint.A … Read More
Elizabeth S. Lomas, 90, Warren Elizabeth S. (Weir) Lomas, 90, of Warren, died Sunday March 10, 2019 at Miriam Hospital Providence. She was the wife of the late Wilfred W. Lomas. Elizabeth was born in Barrington, a daughter of …
Anne E. Fortin, 82, Warren Anne E. (Northup) Fortin, 82, of Warren, passed away Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at Miriam Hospital, Providence. She was the wife of the late Albert J. Fortin. Born in Providence, a daughter of the …

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