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Warren resident Jan Malik, who lost his District 67 House of Representatives seat to Barrington attorney Jason Knight two years ago, will try reclaim his seat in the General Assembly this … more
Two brothers who hope to establish Warren’s first commercial medical marijuana growing operation will have to wait until late June to find out if the town will allow it. Mike and Jeff Motta will … more
The Warren Democratic Town Committee has announced its 2018 slate of candidates for Warren Town Council, endorsing four candidates in the November election: Incumbent Keri Cronin, former councilor … more
Warren Town Council member Steve Thompson, who has served two terms since his election in 2014, will not run for re-election this November. Mr. Thompson, who now heads the Warren Democratic Town … more
Warren’s new Housing Court has taken its first action since being formed, with the judge agreeing last week to a request by the town to place two dilapidated homes into … more
The Warren Land Conservation Trust has been steadily adding to its properties across town over the past year, and may soon have stewardship over another 30-plus acres of open space east of the Palmer … more
Barrington and Bristol have both banned the use of disposable plastic grocery bags, and Warren may soon follow suit. Members of the Warren Conservation Commission are recommending to the town … more
The state Department of Transportation will soon start work on a project many Warranties have wanted for some time — replacing the so-called “Broken Bridge” over the upper Kickemuit … more
Representative Jason Knight (D-Dist. 67, Barrington and Warren) is having the Democratic Party's District Committee for District 67 evaluate applications for legislative grants. Rep. Knight has … more
Barrington resident and District 67 representative Jason Knight paired with Sen. Joshua Miller to introduce legislation banning assault weapons. The bill also bans high-capacity magazines. The … more
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