The Latest From Warren

Warren resident realizes lifelong drum and bugle corps dream

The 74-year-old Warren native who has lived in Bristol most of his life, realized a lifelong goal when he suited up recently to march with the world-renowned Hawthorne Caballeros Alumni Drum & Bugle Corps in the America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth, Mass.
Warren PD: Six arrests made, multiple fire hydrants damaged
Police made six arrests and responded to multiple incidents involving fire hydrants being struck in automobile accidents between Nov. … Read More
KMS Science Olympiad team has great showing at Brown invitational
The Kickemuit Middle School Science Olympiad team finished with 14 medals on the day, and placed fourth overall among all Rhode Island … Read More
Warren couple to share secrets of happy retirement in series of talks
Dr. Lisa Cowley and her husband, Victor Westgate, have spent about 15 years researching, self-exploring, traveling, and interviewing … Read More
East Bay legislator considers running for Rhode Island Attorney General
Jason Knight is considering running for Rhode Island Attorney General.   Knight, a Barrington resident, is in his fourth term as … Read More
100 Years Ago: Grave on Burr’s Hill accepted as Massasoit’s burial ground
The talk of the town 100 years ago involved the discovery of what would become known as the grave of Chief Massasoit in a burial site … Read More
14-year-old arrested in Warren after being found with replica gun, drugs
A 14-year-old boy was arrested on Wednesday, Nov. 29 after police were tipped off that the teenager allegedly made threats and was … Read More
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