Parenting Matters returning to Barrington High School

Bradley Hospital, the nation's first psychiatric hospital for children, will hold its 28th annual Parenting Matters conference at Barrington High School on Saturday, March 24 from 8 a.m. to 12:40 …
Kathy Bazinet to lead Bristol Fourth of July parade
Kathleen “Kathy” Bazinet’s first memory of Bristol’s Fourth of July parade, which she was chosen last night to … Read More
How is climate change impacting Barrington?
Barrington officials are hosting a special event titled "Climate change and rising water in Barrington" at the public library … Read More
Warren police: Domestic assault suspect faces third charge
Monday, March 12Police were called to Birchswamp Road for a report of a seagull stuck in the grill of a truck.A landlord told police … Read More
Barrington residents should check mailboxes for reval notices
Revaluation notices were scheduled to be mailed to residents early this week. The town hired the firm Northeast Revaluation to … Read More
Michaud named Warren Town Manager
Kate Michaud has been named Warren’s newest town manager, moving up to the position from her former role as Warren Town Planner and, … Read More
Barrington police warn residents about possible scams
A 17-year-old Barrington boy called police on Wednesday, March 14, when he grew concerned about his mother falling victim to a … Read More
Barrington 'fight club' teens charged with disorderly conduct
Police charged two Barrington boys — a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old — with disorderly conduct, after detectives completed … Read More
Barrington building a plan to combat opioid addiction
Susan Terhune sat quietly at one corner of the crowded conference table and listened to Barrington officials discuss their plan to … Read More
Westport flotilla offers safe boating class
Recreational boating may be a year-round sport for some, but for most the traditional recreational season is a little more than two … Read More
Sally J. Rose, R.N., 79, Tiverton

Sally J. (Mersey) Rose, R.N., 79, of Tiverton, died Tuesday, March 20, 2018, in Rhode Island Hospital. She was the wife of Clement O. Rose Jr., to whom she had been married for 58 years. She was also …

Paula L. Doherty, 90, Tiverton

Margaret M. Elliott, 88, of Barrington

Letter: Dirt-bike zoning terrible for Tiverton To the editor: There are changes to Tiverton’s zoning regulations being proposed that would allow for the development of motocross venues on any parcel of land, 100 acres or more, in the R80 …
Letter: Council wants to rob Tiverton voters of right to change charter To the editor: The Tiverton Charter Commission (CRC) has worked tirelessly for eight months, and will continue to work for the next four months until the end of the one-year term. The nine members …
Letter: New retail store a well-planned addition to Tiverton To the editor, After many decades, Tiverton has a new general retail store that is a completely new-built structure. Although this may not be the ideal retailer that many of its citizens had …
Tiverton cheerleaders win state title The Tiverton cheerleading team won its third straight state title Saturday , March 10 at the Providence Career and Technical Academy with a top score of 169.9, comfortably ahead of second place …
East Bay girls hockey team wins state championship The East Bay co-op girls hockey team defeated LaSalle-Moses Brown, 4-2, on Saturday night and won the Division I state championship. East Bay, which includes players from Portsmouth, Mt. Hope and …
Barrington boys defeat Portsmouth, advance to finals The Barrington High School boys hockey team advanced to the Division II finals after defeating Portsmouth 7-4 in the second game of the semifinals series. 

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