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Warren Fire Chief Al Galinelli touched countless lives in his 52 years of service to the Town of Warren, including 29 spent as Warren’s fire chief. Here are a few thoughts on his retirement … more
A star of last weekend’s Newport International Boat Show was Hinkley’s (Portsmouth) all-electric-powered 28.5-foot Dasher, billed as the first electric luxury powerboat. Looking little like … more
Monday, Sept. 11 A resident reported graffiti on a Main Street building. A woman called to report a dog barking on Main Street. A Croade Street resident reported being harassed. A caller … more
BRISTOL — Quarterback Matt DeFelice led the Huskies by rushing for two touchdowns and throwing for another as the football team won their first league game of the season over Mt. Pleasant, 26-20, … more
Fire buffs are in for a treat when dozens of antique trucks converge on Warren this Sunday, Sept. 17. The Rhode Island Antique Fire Apparatus Society will hold its annual show at Burr’s Hill … more
Warren’s longest serving and arguably most beloved fire chief will leave the force at the end of October, ending a nearly 30-year career fighting fires and saving lives here.Chief Al Galinelli … more
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About 40 friends came together in Warren Sunday to help out friends as yet unmet, half a world away. At the center of it all was Hugh Cole School student Millie Piper, 10, who spent her summer … more
The Warren Town Council Tuesday night moved ahead with a plan to establish a housing court in Warren, a move officials hope will give the town greater power to enforce zoning and building codes, and … more
Once again, about a month ago, a cyclist came to grief on a short stretch of the East Bay Bike Path just north of Bristol’s Beach Road. Linda Brunini-Formica didn’t see it happen but arrived … more
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