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Seniors win Barrington High School talent show

Seniors win Barrington High School talent show

Seniors Caroline Coleman and John Rockwell took first place at a Barrington High School talent show last Tuesday night that included plenty of singing, dancing and even a surprise teacher flash mob. Caroline and John received the night top prize, $100, for duet of the Rihanna song “Stay.” Caroline sang the hit song accompanied by

Barrington all-day K sub-committee meets this week

A sub-committee aimed at exploring what full-day kindergarten should look like in Barrington will meet for the first time this week. The Barrington School Committee appointed the group last month, one of several recently established sub-committees formed to help facilitate on-going implementation of the district’s recently adopted strategic plan. The full-day kindergarten sub-committee is expected

Dr. Luciano Sztulman recently published his first book, “Beauty Is Power: Dr. Luciano’s Brazilian Beauty Secrets For Staying Young.”

Local doctor, Barrington resident, shares beauty secrets

Looking for the secrets to lifelong beauty? Dr. Luciano Sztulman has you covered. The Barrington resident and chief of gynecology services at Roger Williams Medical Center recently published his first book, “Beauty is Power: Dr. Luciano’s Brazilian Beauty Secrets for Staying Young.” The book is inspired by Dr. Sztulman’s homeland, Sao Paulo, Brazil. It’s a

Blue Kangaroo owner Kristel Dunphy pours a cup of coffee last week.

Business hopping at Blue Kangaroo in Barrington

A new cafe is open in Barrington and business is, well … hopping. The Blue Kangaroo welcomed its first customers through the door late last month, and it wasn’t long before the County Road hub formerly home to Madigan’s Cafe was packed. Some sat down to try one of the cafe’s many sandwiches while others

The Barrington High School auditorium will be dedicated to John Gray on May 11.

John Gray tribute is May 11

  The Barrington High School auditorium will be the site of a tribute to John Gray on Saturday, May 11. The auditorium will be re-named in honor of the former long-time Barrington High School Principal who passed away last year. He served as principal for 29 years before retiring in 2009. The auditorium was where

BAY Team official Kathy Sullivan (center) has helped organize a drug take-back event for April 27: "We appreciate the time and effort that community members take to rid their homes of potentially dangerous medications."

BAY Team funding up in the air

It’s going to be a long spring for the BAY Team. Executive director Kathy Sullivan recently requested another five years of funding through a Drug Free Communities grant. The federal program isn’t the organization’s only source of funding but it is certainly the largest. The BAY Team has received $124,000 annually in Drug Free Communities

Rx records missing from Barrington Rite Aid

A few boxes containing prescription records for roughly 2,000 individuals are missing from the Rite Aid on County Road in Barrington. According to a statement issued Thursday afternoon, it was learned the boxes were missing during a review of the stores’ records on Feb. 8. An “exhaustive search” of the store was conducted though the

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