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Warren PD: Multiple public urination complaints

Warren Police received an inordinately high number of complaints regarding public urination between March 20-27, 2023.
This food program, born amidst Covid, is still delivering the goods
With food insecurity rising amid increasing inflation, a mobile food pantry program from the East Bay Community Action Project that … Read More
Exploring the 400-year-old friendship that made America possible
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the friendship and pact formed between Plymouth Colony's leader Edward Winslow and the … Read More
Tax assessor says Warren department heads are 15-25% underpaid
Warren’s Tax Assessor, Kristopher Leadem, brought lively discussion to an otherwise humdrum preliminary budget meeting last week at … Read More
A second chance for Warren's 2nd Story Theatre?
A group of more than two dozen local advocates for youth and community theater gathered to advocate for the future use of 2nd Story … Read More
Little Compton close to hiring new solicitor
Little Compton could soon have a new town solicitor, after town council members voted 4-1 last week, with Paul Golembeske opposed, to … Read More
Huskies' standouts honored at awards night
Mt. Hope standouts: Brock Pacheco, Jessica Deal, Elsa White, Thea Jackson and Abby Razzino were among Mt. Hope High School student … Read More
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Endangered species: Saltmarshes — and what to do about it

The Barrington Land Conservation Trust kicks off its 2023 Land Trust Learning Series on Monday, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. with a presentation on saltmarsh degradation by Mark Bertness at the Barrington …

Small works arts show to debut at the Collaborative

You can see the work, submitted by over 37 local artists, beginning Thursday, Dec. 8.

Warren Holiday Festival kicks off Friday

Lights, captivating performances, and fun for all ages is right on the horizon.
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Weekly Recap of Recalls, Withdrawals & Safety Alerts: March 11 – 17, 2023

At the end of each week, the law firm d’Oliveira & Associates compiles a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that the public should be aware of for their …

Nikki-Ann Bingham Nikki-Ann (Pirri) Bingham, 69, of Bristol, Rhode Island and Palm Beach, Florida, passed away surrounded by her loving family on Monday, March 27, 2023, at the Massachusetts General Brigham Hospital in
Nikki-Ann Bingham Bristol Phoenix Obituary|Nikki-Ann (Pirri) Bingham, 69, of Bristol, Rhode Island and Palm Beach, Florida, passed away surrounded by her loving family on Monday, March 27, 2023, at the Massachusetts...
Dorothy Beal Dorothy "Dottie" Hope Beal (Schneider) was born in Montclair, New Jersey, on October 17, 1920 the third of four children; brother Carl, and sisters Marg and Kay. After attending Montclair High School
Unified bowling celebrates a strikingly fun season The Bristol Warren Huskies Unified Bowling team recently concluded their 2023 season with a state championship tournament, held in Johnston on March 18.
A loss is less important than the memories made on the court The Mt. Hope unified basketball team may have fallen to Rogers 52-46 in their first game of the season on Thursday, but that’s not really the point, according to Huskies head coach Tom …
A super display of musical talent The Kickemuit Middle School sixth, seventh and eight grade bands and the Mt. Hope High School Marching Band and Concert and Symphonic Bands performed during the Bristol Warren Regional School …
RIFC names Smith as franchise’s first head coach, general manager PAWTUCKET — Khano Smith has been named the first head coach and general manager for Rhode Island Football Club, the expansion franchise announced in a release Wednesday, March 8. Smith is a …
Letter: Our watch of historic properties has not yet ended

To the editor: As reported, the Warren Planning Board voted four to three to deny demolition of the two historic buildings at 113 and 119 Water Street and build a large inappropriate apartment …

Letter: Pros and cons of legislative housing package

To the editor: The Times-Gazette’s thorough reporting of the 14 bills that have been proposed in the State House of Representatives to address the housing crisis is most welcome. The …

Letter: Thank you, Michael Briggs

To the editor:Do you know Michael Briggs? Well, you should! He is Warren’s animal control officer, and he does a fantastic job. My dog was attacked by a dog three times her size. My dog …

Letter: Taxpayer-funded abortion hearing was Kabuki theater

To the editor: The well-scripted and choreographed Kabuki theater at the House Judiciary Committee hearing March 6 for House Bills 5006, 5047, and 5228 was disheartening. Repetitious, …

Letter: RIP, again, to the iconic Tweet

One reader mourns the impending loss of one of Bristol's favorite eateries.

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