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Work crews will dig up a portion of Water Street early next week — but the impact will be a minor road bump, town officials say. Starting at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 20 and continuing for about 12 … more
Democratic candidates for Rhode Island Representative Districts 68 and 69 have been invited to debate on Tuesday, Sept. 4, with a Meet & Greet at 6:30 p.m. and forums at 7 p.m. in the Bristol … more
Bristol and Warren are well aligned to create positive economic opportunities from the growth of wind and solar energy in the East Bay. We must work accordingly to secure such opportunities … more
Say you bought a home decades ago for just $25,000. By 2018, you very well may have seen its appraised value quadruple or more, and the property tax bill with it. For many seniors, this … more
The rising cost of housing across the district is a challenge that jeopardizes the future health of our community. We need to do more to ensure that those who wish to live in Bristol and Warren can … more
The Bay and our parks are at the heart of our community. Our economy and culture are all tied into the water. One of my first memories growing up, is going out on the boat and learning how to fish. I … more
When our elected officials make decisions in back rooms and put State House insiders before the needs of our community, we all suffer. I can’t tell you the number of times I have seen … more
My campaign to represent the people of District 68 is rooted in a deep appreciation of this community and my desire to improve the lives of all who help to make it the place we love. My experience as … more
These Legal Notices were published in the Warren Times-Gazette on Aug. 15, 2018. more
The Town of Warren of Warren will subsidize a portion of Tourister Mill developers’ property taxes over the next three years, under a 2015 agreement designed to reimburse the developers for costs … more
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