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Workers installed chainlink fences on the East Bay Bike Path bridges in Barrington and Warren recently. The Rhode Island Department of Transportation closed the sidewalks for safety reasons … more
For years, Barrington residents were allowed to bring their trash to the Warren transfer station as part of an agreement between the two neighboring towns. But recently Warren officials began … more
Warren’s largest public employees union has cast a vote of no confidence in Warren Town Manager Jan Reitsma. The membership of the United Steelworkers Local 14845, which represents employees at … more
Against a spectacular early summer backdrop of boats sailing up the Warren River, the Warren Barrington Rotary Club held its annual installation of officers last Tuesday night at the Wharf Tavern. … more
The Warren Town Council extended a fiscal olive branch to Bristol and the Bristol Warren Regional School Department Tuesday, inviting both to discuss the establishment of a school taxing authority to … more
Former state Rep. Raymond Gallison has asked for a maximum sentence of three years in prison, according to paperwork filed in federal court, turnto10.com reports. Mr. Gallison is scheduled to be … more
Voters in Warren approved five capital budget items at an all day referendum held Tuesday. Only 118 residents showed up at the polls.The results are as follows:1. Should Warren borrow up to $650,000 … more
Just a few weeks after announcing a decision to move on a backup water supply without East Providence’s involvement, Bristol County Water Authority Executive Director Pamela Marchand said she … more
EDITOR's NOTE: The following is a guest commentary by former Bristol Town Councilman and Town Administrator Halsey Herreshoff. The Bristol Phoenix of May 18 well described the funding crisis of … more
After years of failed negotiations with the city of East Providence over a backup water supply to the East Bay, the Bristol County Water Authority is moving forward with plans to build a pipeline … more
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