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Mt. Hope cross country runner Jessica Deal placed 18th at the Nike Northeast Regional Cross Country Championship in Wattipager, New York on Saturday. The freshman ran the three mile course that … more
September of 2016 was when Hilary Clinton famously said that half of Trump’s supporters was a basket of deplorables. True or not, it's certainly not a phrase likely to endear one to … more
Marjorie McBride and Karen Cabral voted in opposition, while the remaining members approved her nomination. more
A four-person panel of industry experts imparted wisdom to Mt. Hope construction students looking to enter the field. more
Longtime Warren resident Sophie Salamon received a warm welcome by approximately 90 relatives and close friends in celebration of her centennial celebration. more
Unless you were there, and we hope you were, it’s hard to adequately describe the feeling of participating in the festival — the 34th annual celebration of its kind. more
Bobby Santos, the custodian at Guiteras Elementary School, saved a student’s life after they began choking during a lunch period in October. more
“Warren really is the little town with a big heart,” said Town Manager Kate Michaud. more
Mt. Hope running back Brock Pacheco rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns as Mt. Hope fell to Barrington 41-13 in the annual Thanksgiving Day game in front of a packed crowd at Dietz Field. Pacheco … more
Eight of the East Bay’s most hard-working gridiron athletes are off to Texas in a couple of weeks to compete in the U.S. Army Bowl. more
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