Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Moonshine hits Warren man hard, leaves him face-down in Barrington

Moonshine hits Warren man hard, leaves him face-down in Barrington

A Memorial Day celebration for one Warren man ended with him lying face-down in the grass along the East Bay Bike Path in Barrington. Police received a call at 6:47 p.m. on Monday, May 27, from someone who was concerned about a man lying face-down in the grass along the bike path near the intersection

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Warren building permits: Week of May 29

1 Blackthorne Lane, Ronald C. Abendroth. Strip and re-roof, $9,000. 7 Lee Drive, Anthony Matarese. Install shed, $2,000. 8 Orchard Ave., Jason M. Ferreira. Knock down garage, build new one, $15,000. 18 Shell Road, Martha E. Fish. Replace shingles over porch, $1,000. 12 Bradbury St., Patricia M. Read Revocable Trust. Cosmetic upgrade to second floor,

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Illness strikes Brown Bird’s Lamb

Warren’s Joe Fletcher and Westerly’s Will Houlihan will play at the Wooden Midshipman on Water Street at 6 p.m. Thursday night to benefit their friend and musician, Warren resident David Lamb of Brown Bird. Lamb, who makes up Brown Bird with fiance MorganEve Swain, was diagnosed with leukemia this week after being admitted to a

Letter: Arts Alive! Barrington should be praised for its work

To the editor: Too often it seems we are quick to criticize and slow to praise. We have so many things to be thankful for in this town, but you wouldn’t necessarily know it from reading the letters to editor section of the Barrington Times. In the spirit of redressing that imbalance, I would like

Letter: Barrington school play was a great success

To the editor: Congratulations to the cast and crew of Hampden Meadows “Broadway Rules”! This year, for the first time, I had the privilege of being a part of what I would consider as one of the most amazing elementary school play experiences. My daughter took the stage in the “Arts Alive!” production of “Broadway

Elizabeth and Brian Thimme stand inside their newly renovated Bluewater Bar and Grill.

Renovated, redesigned restaurant in Barrington caters to families

Brian Thimme and his wife Elizabeth appeared to be quite relaxed while seated at a large table inside their newly renovated restaurant. They leaned back in their chairs and smiled and took their time while enjoying a plate filled with arugula and panko fried chicken breast and another covered with a grilled pizza. Dinner with

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‘My Fair Lady’

“Audrey in the Afternoon,” a multi-week film lecture series celebrating actress Audrey Hepburn, continues on May 29 with “My Fair Lady.” In this 1964 film version of the smash Broadway musical, a self-absorbed professor of linguistics (Rex Harrison) turns a Cockney flower girl into a respectable lady by teaching her how to speak properly. The

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