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Connections Program being moved from Hugh Cole to Guiteras Elementary

The Connections Program, as it is called, was created prior to the pandemic as a means of providing additional social-emotional support to students throughout the entire district with a licensed therapist to provide those supports in a classroom setting.
Warren Charter Review Commission proposes return of Financial Town Meeting
Also included in the potential amendments are changes to the length of terms for Town Council members, changes to the budget process, … Read More
Mt. Hope softball clinches division title
The Mt. Hope softball team  clinched the Division II South title as they out slugged Portsmouth 8-4 during a home game on Tuesday … Read More
Jones strikes out five as Huskies edge LaSalle 1-0
Starting pitcher AJ Jones struck out five as the Mt. Hope baseball team edged La Salle 1-0 at Guiertas Field on Tuesday afternoon. The … Read More
Bristol Warren School Committee may not renew Dr. DiBiase's contract
Rhode Island's 2021 Principal of the Year recently learned that she does not currently have the support of a majority of the Bristol … Read More
Food venue proposed at former BD Mart in Warren
The application to transform the building was put forth by an existing Warren business owner — Matthew King, who owns and operates … Read More
Poll: Should Dr. Deb DiBiase be given a contract extension?
News has emerged that a 5-4 majority of the Bristol Warren School Committee is not in favor of extending the contract of Mt. Hope High … Read More
Denson pitches Huskies past La Salle, 3-0
Mt. Hope starting pitcher Brad Denson struck out ten in a complete game, two hit shut out as the Huskies beat La Salle 3-0 in … Read More
Warren resident Chris Stanley among 2022 James Madison Memorial Fellows
The award is intended to recognize distinguished teachers, to strengthen their knowledge of the origins and development of American … Read More
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Obituaries
Florence Onge Florence G. (Case) St. Onge, age 84, passed away peacefully on Monday, May 23, 2022 at Hope Hospice Hulitar Center. She was the wife of the late Arthur R. St. Onge, Jr. Born in Providence a daughter
Margaret Rega Margaret (Souza) Rega|Margaret (Souza) Rega class of 1949 passed away in Florida on March 8, 2022. She is survived by her husband Robert Rega; two sons Bruce Rega and Robert Rega Jr. and two daughters
Kathleen Scorpio Memorial |On June 1st on a Wednesday I am having a memorial service for Kathleen Scorpio at 10am at the First Congregational Church on 300 high st in Bristol Rhode Island. Following the mass a recepti
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Sports
Ramaglia’s walk off hit in seventh boosts Huskies nine over Townies, 10-9 The Huskies stormed outfielder Aidan Ramaglia who stood on second base after he hit a groundball base hit up the middle to score Matt Gale and Caleb DeCastro and give the Huskies an improbable 10-9 walk-off victory at Guiteras Field on Friday afternoon.
Portsmouth remains undefeated in D-2 girls’ lacrosse PORTSMOUTH — The Portsmouth High girls’ varsity lacrosse team kept on its winning ways with an impressive 17-3 win against Mt. Hope at home on Thursday, May 12. The victory …
Mt. Hope softball pounds Barrington 23-3 The Mt. Hope softball team pounded Barrington 23-3 in five innings during a Division II away game on a cold and blustery Monday afternoon. The Huskies improve their overall record to 12-1, the …
Baseball rivals raise money for Jimmy Fund The Huskies and the Eagles are rivals — that much is clear.  But on Friday afternoon, under a gray sky at Guiteras Field in Bristol, the baseball teams from both schools met with a …
Opinion
Letter: Community must unite to stop school committee nonsense

To the editor:I work in a school district in Massachusetts and have done so for the past 20 years. I have witnessed numerous school principal searches and even formally been part of some. I regularly …

Letter: Barrington veterans welcome at Warren’s Memorial Day remembrance

To the editor: “They went with songs to the battle, they were youngStraight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglowThey were staunch to the end against all odds uncountedThey fell with their …

Letter: What religious freedom on abortion actually means

To the editor: Our legislators must pass H7442/S2549, the Equality in Abortion Coverage Act, out of committee in the name of religious freedom.In listening to the testimonies provided to the House …

Letters: Internal combustion engines aren’t the problem

To the editor: If Mr. Voutes (“Blown away by gas-powered lawn equipment” letter, May 19) seeks solitude and improved health by the elimination of internal combustion engines (ICE) he's …

Op-ed: How will children grade us?

One in four households with children in Rhode Island are food insecure, meaning they struggle to afford adequate food.

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