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Warren police made four arrests between May 6-13, 2024. more
Still just 38 years of age, Mr. Lambert has enabled Bristol and Warren students the opportunity to express their musical feelings while creating a positive atmosphere that has taken both towns by storm. more
The State of Rhode Island recently moved one step closer to a law that would regulate electric bicycles on all state properties, including bike paths. Passed by the full House of Representatives two … more
While some of the interior decisions and aesthetic design choices are still yet to be finalized, the shape and size of the building and its interior layout are mostly conceptualized at this point. more
The lesson was titled “Where Does Water Go?”, and focused on hands-on activities that welcomed kids ages three to five to understand what materials absorb water. more
As a first-generation immigrant from Senegal, Bacary Diatta understands the value of branding overseas and the power of a global marketplace. more
TIVERTON — Jacob Rapoza, a former school resource officer at Tiverton High School, was found guilty Wednesday, May 8, on two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct in connection with … more
Police made five arrests and dealt with multiple instances of loose livestock between April 29 and May 6, 2024. more
Historic Warren, a collaborative of Warren’s museum and historical agencies, will celebrate Museum Day on Saturday, May 18, from 12 to 4 p.m. Local museums will open their doors to the public for exhibits, tours, and demonstrations. more
Multiple state entities and three local municipalities on the front lines of rising tides are teaming up to address a common problem that isn't going away any time soon: the flooding of Route 114. more
As the climate worsens, the adverse effects felt by local sports teams will only increase, putting these community-strengthening programs at risk. more
The Mt. Hope girls track team place third and the boys team placed eighth at the Eastern Division track championships at Barrington High School on Saturday. "The boys and girls had a great day … more
Because of the critical budget situation, this year the Warren Volunteer Gardeners (WVG) were not funded by the town and will need your financial support to help the beautification program to continue. more
PROVIDENCE — The General Assembly backed bills sponsored by two high-ranking East Providence legislators seeking to hold the Rhode Island Department of Transportation accountable going forward … more
Police made three arrests, looked into loose cattle, and got a call from a concerned shop owner after an odd man made comments about "silver and gold" between April 22-29, 2024. more
The deadline for applications is May 21. more
“This game really keeps everyone sharp,” said Nencka. “I’m firmly convinced the game sharpens your cognizance skills.” more
Participants commented that litter in the Town appears to be diminishing over the past several years. more
Warren’s share of the funding, which is financed by a $50 million Green Bond passed by Rhode Island voters during the 2022 election, amounts to $72,445, and will go towards the creation of a community garden located at the corner of Kinnicut and Schoolhouse Roads. more
Opening Day for Warren Little League couldn’t have come at a better time in the midst of what has been a consistently rainy and windy spring. more
Sophomores Charlie Knapman and Ben Browne each scored 4 goals as the Mt. Hope lacrosse team buried Burrillville 11-2 in a home game on Friday. The win halted a two game skid and evened their record … more
Rather than let the online rumor mill dictate the conversation, the owner of Imagine Gift Store in Warren had another idea: announce their plans to renovate the store loud and proudly. more
Now in its fifth year, KidWind has now reached more than 1,000 fourth graders who have learned from RWU engineering and education students. more
By looking to address climate change as its number one priority, Warren officials and members of the public have drafted a document that seeks to simultaneously affect positive change in multiple other related areas. more
Served with an eviction notice following two months of missed rent payments and a Sixth District Court ruling, the closure of 28 Market St. in Warren leaves multiple groups picking up the pieces and wondering what went wrong with such a promising vision. more
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