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White’s foul shots sink Prout 45-34 on senior night

Mt. Hope guard Elsa White knocked down 9 free throws in the fourth quarter to ice a 45-34 victory over Prout in front of a stacked crowd at the high school on Tuesday. White drained a 3-pointer and a …
A look into Bristol Warren's new social-emotional learning screening
Children in grades K-2 and 6-9 will take surveys to better assess their emotional wellbeing in class, which was a part of requirements … Read More
Photos: Girls indoor track class championship results
The girls indoor track team placed seventh in the medium class with 44 points during the RIIL class championships on Saturday. The … Read More
Mt. Hope freshmen win first-ever indoor track state championship
With just four participants, the Mt. Hope High School girls indoor track team won the first-ever freshman indoor track state … Read More
Notice an issue in Warren? There's an app for that
Spot a dead tree branch dangling dangerously over a sidewalk in your neighborhood? Notice some unsightly graffiti at one of Warren’s … Read More
Warren PD: Multiple animal bites and four arrests
Warren police received multiple reports of animal bites and made four arrests between Jan. 23-30, 2023. Read More
Bristol's Ela Pirri continues to put differently-abled in spotlight
13-year-old Ela Pirri recently participated as a model during The Limb Kind Foundation’s third-annual “Show Your Shine” adaptive … Read More
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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.

Help make a happy Warren Holiday Festival

Volunteers are needed for the Warren Holiday Festival, which will be the Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving (Friday, Nov. 25 and Saturday, Nov, 26).
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Aging Adults - Incorporate These Five Habits to Live Your Best Life

Yes, you can change.  Creating healthy habits can be done at any age. And while adopting the 5 habits listed below won’t make you look like a 20 year old (unless your actually 20) – …

Maria Flora Maria Almerinda (Barbosa) Flora, 88, of Shaws Lane passed away on February 5, 2023 at Silver Creek Rehab & Healthcare. She was the wife of the late Antonio Ponte Flora Jr. Born in Agua de Pau, St. M
Robert Marshall Robert Manuel Marshall, 91 of Hope Street passed away on February 1, 2023 at the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center. He was the husband of the late Ethel (Barboza) Marshall. He was the son of the lat
Alice Rene Alice C. Rene, 94, passed away on February 3, 2023 at Warren Skilled Nursing & Rehab . She was the wife of the late Edward Rene. Born in Bristol, she was the daughter of the late Antonio and Maria (
Portsmouth High girls are tops in 4-team gymnastics meet PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High School gymnastics team continued its impressive season by winning a four-team meet at Strive Gymnastics in Somerset on Saturday. The Patriots came out on top …
Underclassmen power indoor track team to division title The Mt. Hope girls indoor track team won the school’s first ever Dwyer Division Championship at the Providence Career and Technical Academy on Saturday. The Huskies compiled 134.5 points to …
Huskies wallop Woonsocket 54-15, after losing to Chariho All ten Huskies scored as Mt. Hope walloped Woonsocket 54-15 in a Division II away game on Friday night. The win improved the Huskies record to 9-4, 7-3 in league play. Mt. Hope is currently in sixth …
Huskies' wrestlers begin to find their identity in loss to Cumberland The Mt. Hope wrestling team fell to Cumberland 50-28 in a Division I match at the high school on Wednesday night. The Huskies are currently 0-3 in D-I and 5-7 overall. The fact that Mt. Hope only had …
Letter: On the Mt. Hope theater program

To the editor: I’m writing in response to the article, ‘Theater to be ‘phased out’ of Mt Hope High School’, stating that the decision was driven by low enrollment and …

Letter: Here we go again, fighting to preserve theater

To the editor:Let’s be real. We’ve been here before and we’ll be here again. When it comes to theater programs and other art programs, all we ever seem to do is fight, and the fight …

Letter: On Warren's short-term rental ordinance

To the editor: I read in the Warren Times-Gazette about the proposed short-term rental ordinance being considered by the Warren Town Council and think there are several items of concern that are …

Letter: Have we forgotten to listen to our nation's noble truths?

A retiring Episcopal priest moved to a city where a younger friend led another congregation.  He told his friend that every Sunday he would sit in a back pew reading the newspaper, …

Letter: 119 Water St. applicant has not met adequate conditions

To the editor: In order to get a waiver to demolish the historic buildings at 119 and 113 Water Street, the applicant must meet one of the three conditions listed below. From the Warren Code of …

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