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Falling bricks close down Bristol restaurant

By   /  March 12, 2014  /  News  /  3 Comments

An area around Leo's Restaurant is barricaded while engineers examine the cause and extent of damage to the building after bricks fell from the facade overnight on Monday.

Sometime between closing on Monday and Tuesday morning, a section of the brick façade on the south side of Leo’s restaurant came crashing to the ground. Now the restaurant at the corner of Hope and Church streets is dark. “At this point they’re saying we’re closed until further notice,” Leo’s owner Paul Mancieri said. When […]

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Photos: Lady Eagles three-peat for D-II championship hockey title

By   /  March 7, 2014  /  News, Sports  /  No Comments

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The Barrington High School girls’ hockey team made quick work of the Narragansett co-op team, beating the Storm in two consecutive games and making high school history by securing the Division II Rhode Island State Championship three years in a row. “I’m so proud of my team. It’s entirely a team effort,” said goalie and […]

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Barrington beats Tolman 70-50, heading to D-II finals

By   /  March 7, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

Photos by Tim Marshall
Eagles guard Corey Daugherty drives the lane for a basket during the Division II Semi-final game against Tolman at RIC on Friday night.

  Barrington boys’ basketball team won Friday’s semi-final game against Tolman High School 70-50 at Rhode Island College. The boys will next face North Providence in the Division II Championship game on Sunday, March 9 at 11:00 a.m. at Providence College, after the Cougars narrowly defeated West Warwick, 61-57 in their semi-final match-up.

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Huskies to play in D-III Championship, beats Middletown 54-51

By   /  March 7, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

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The Mt. Hope Huskies boys’ basketball team will vie for the Division III Championship on Sunday, March 9, after they defeated Middletown 54-51 in a semi-final battle on Friday. The two teams went into the semis with identical 15-3 league records, each hoping for a spot in Sunday’s D-III Championship game. The championship will be […]

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Lady Eagles take game one of hockey finals

By   /  March 6, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

The senior class members of the Barrington co-op team hope to win their third consecutive championship in ice hockey this year.

It may only have been game one in the best of three game series in the girls’ Division II hockey finals, but the Barrington co-op team played like champions, taking a 4-2 victory over the Narragansett co-op team on Thursday night. The Eagles jumped off to an early lead with a goal by Julia Flaherty […]

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Eagles easily move into semi-finals in boys’ hoops

By   /  March 5, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

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In a 75-30 blowout against Central Falls High School, the Barrington boys’ basketball team is heading to the Division-II semi-finals on Friday. Both teams traveled to Coventry High School to play the quarter-final game in a neutral location on Wednesday, March 5. And although the teams played for the full 32 minutes of regulation, the […]

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Lady Patriots hold on to beat Falcons 53-50

By   /  March 5, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

Portsmouth's Briana Turcotte sets up for a free throw en route to a close 53-50 victory over Cranston West.

PORTSMOUTH — In a battle for preliminary playoff position, the Division I Portsmouth Patriots hosted Cranston West Friday in a head-to-head matchup. In the final seconds, the Falcons came within three points of tying the Patriots who were saved by the clock to secure a 53-50 win. “They hung in. We should be ranked six now,” […]

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Bristolian slows down to celebrate milestone birthday

By   /  February 28, 2014  /  News  /  No Comments

Jean Marszalek, right, gets a hug from friend Joan Crowley.

On Saturday, Feb. 22, Jean (Pagano) Marszalek sat among 25 friends and neighbors from her North Farm community who threw a party at Redlefsen’s restaurant in her honor. “This is my third party,” she said. “I have another on Thursday, then three more. Don’t forget, I’m a hundred.” But, she said, she doesn’t consider herself […]

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Portsmouth swimmer takes first at states

By   /  February 26, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

Ben Steen stands with his first-place medal alongside with the Portsmouth High girls’ swim team before the start of the girls’ state swim meet Saturday.

PORTSMOUTH — After finishing up the season 3-3 for the boys and 3-5 for the girls, Portsmouth High School’s Division II swim teams rounded out their seasons at the R.I. State Championship meet Saturday, with the boys placing among the top 10 teams in several events. Sophomore Ben Steen brought the team’s only gold medal back […]

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Kelty’s 3-pointer nets her 1,001

By   /  February 24, 2014  /  Sports  /  No Comments

Maura Kelty, right, is congratulated by teammates, Kelly Thayer, left, and Sarah Middleton, after scoring her 1,000 high school point on Friday, Feb. 21 in a game against Portsmouth.

In last Friday’s girls’ basketball game against Portsmouth High School, Barrington’s senior standout, Maura Kelty, may not have had the highest point game of her high school career, but when she scored the first seven on her 15-point night, she became the first Barrington girl to reach 1,000 points in a four year high school […]

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