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Warren Police received an inordinately high number of complaints regarding public urination between March 20-27, 2023. more
With food insecurity rising amid increasing inflation, a mobile food pantry program from the East Bay Community Action Project that began in Warren is appearing more and more useful to other communities. more
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the friendship and pact formed between Plymouth Colony's leader Edward Winslow and the Massasoit Ousamequin, which enabled America as we know it today to be formed. more
Warren’s Tax Assessor, Kristopher Leadem, brought lively discussion to an otherwise humdrum preliminary budget meeting last week at Warren Town Hall by doing something many of us have probably wanted to do at some point — he pointedly asked for a raise in his salary. more
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 … more
A group of more than two dozen local advocates for youth and community theater gathered to advocate for the future use of 2nd Story Theatre, which currently sits in private hands and is up for sale. more
Rhode Island lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams designated as trout-stocked waters are currently closed for fishing. However, the season opens Saturday, April 8, and runs through Feb. 29, … more
Little Compton could soon have a new town solicitor, after town council members voted 4-1 last week, with Paul Golembeske opposed, to negotiate a contract with Anthony DeSisto of Anthony DeSisto Law … more
Mt. Hope standouts: Brock Pacheco, Jessica Deal, Elsa White, Thea Jackson and Abby Razzino were among Mt. Hope High School student athletes that were honored during the school’s annual Fall … more
Warren PD made six arrests, including multiple DUIs, and spoke with a man who was allegedly firing off golf shots at swans. more
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