Monthly Archives: September 2013

Photos by Rich Dionne
Assistant coach Jim Anderson celebrates with tight end

Barrington storms back, beats the Bolts

Barrington storms back, beats the Bolts

The Barrington High Schoool football team knocked off Cranston East 41-37 in a shoot-out on Friday night at Victory Field. The Eagles trailed East at the half, 22-20, but battled back for 21 second-half points and held off the potent Cranston East attack down the stretch. Barrington improved to 2-0 in Division I with the

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Singer-songwriter Lori McKenna performing in Portsmouth

Acclaimed singer-songwriter (and mother of five) Lori McKenna conveys an intimate understanding and honest expression of the realities of domestic life through her songs, which have been recorded by artists including Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood, and Alison Krauss. McKenna was notably thrust into the limelight when superstar Faith Hill included three of McKenna’s songs on

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Chefs at the market: Rizwan Ahmed

The Chefs at the Market series at the Mount Hope Farmers Market will feature Chef Rizwan Ahmed, the head chef and owner of Hourglass Brasserie in Bristol. Ahmed (“Chef Riz” to his friends and fans) will be preparing citrus-cured sea scallops with pickled beets and asiago cheese from 10:30 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Sept. 28. Mount

Cranston East visits Victory Field to play against Barrington tonight at 7.

Eagles face high-scoring Bolts tonight at home

The Barrington High School football team will host one of the highest-scoring offenses in the state tonight, Sept. 27, when Cranston East visits Victory Field. Barrington opened its Division I schedule last Friday with a 21-7 victory over Cranston West, while East has yet to play a Division I opponent. So far this season, the

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BCWA: Water main was repaired in three hours

A broken water main left a number of Bristol County Water Authority customers in Barrington without any water on Thursday evening. But according to a BCWA representative, the broken pipe was repaired in short time — about three hours — that evening. The water main broke at about 5 p.m.; the main reportedly provided water

Alleged arsonists sprayed swastikas and race-related graffiti while perpetrating the crime four years ago.

East Providence Police continue to seek information on four-year-old hate crime

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Police Department is still chasing leads in regard to finding the perpetrator in a four-year-old hate crime. The incident occurred on September 27, 2009, and remains unsolved. According to a recent report issued by EPPD Detective Lieutenant Michael David, at about 12:30 a.m. on that day, swastikas and a

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