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The Cumberland Farms convenience store at 66 Market St. is staying put for now, after the Warren Town Council on Tuesday evening rejected a request to re-zone another Market Street parcel to … more
Leaders of AVTECH, the technology and software firm based in Warren, are in the midst of a trade and business trip with Rhode Island business leaders. The trip includes stops in Dubai, Saudi Arabia … more
David and Priscilla Strenio have a lifelong love affair with food. They talk of it in revered tones and their eyes light up when describing how a perfect meal can soothe the body and soul. In about … more
For Stacy Bruno, her landscaping and snow removal business is all about paying tribute to active deployed and military veterans like her late father. George F. Bruno served in Vietnam, lost a … more
Warren’s hardest working man in showbiz is moving. David Podnsap, who turned the tiny Galactic Theatre at 508 Main St. into what’s been called the best live music venue in the East … more
The Cumberland Farms corporation has plans to close its convenience store at 66 Market St. and build a new location at the current site of the driving range opposite Schoolhouse Road. Company … more
There are two fewer restaurant option in Warren, with the recent closure of two restaurants. McBlarney’s County Tap and Pink Pig BBQ, which share a building at 632 Metacom Ave., are both out of … more
A former Warren Town Council member pleaded no contest to operating under the influence and negligent operation charges Monday in Taunton District Court, about two weeks after she was pulled over for … more
Business leaders from across Rhode Island met at Warren’s AVTECH Wednesday evening to talk about the state of business in the Ocean State, and to discuss international trade possibilities and … more
TPI Composites, which operates a large plant on Market Street in Warren, has entered into a five-year agreement with a California firm that builds high tech zero-emission electric buses, and will … more
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