Monday, February 8, 2016
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George Morse

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There is one college roommate Emily Anastasia will never forget. Earlier this month, the Barrington native spent one week sharing a room with 92-year-old Dottie Cusack at South Bay Retirement Living, in South Kingstown. The pair ate together, exercised together...
Ryan Sherwood hasn’t graduated high school but he’s already started his own company. The 17-year-old Barrington resident launched Blue Lobster Productions last summer, and is in the midst of a marketing push to expand his company’s reputation. Ryan, a senior...
It might be legal for hunters to fire guns within 500 feet of a house but if you ask Alan Sorrentino, that’s too close for comfort. Mr. Sorrentino moved to Barrington from Pawtucket about two years ago. The Knapton Road...
The State Housing Appeals Board will begin hearing an appeal of the Residences at the Preserve early next month. The Barrington Planning Board shot down the proposed George Street development last year citing concerns with density and the loss of...
Nicole Silva is a champion, and after triumphantly enduring a season of doubt she may just be the spark that reinvigorates interest in a local team. Nicole, a Barrington High School senior, won the individual title at the Rhode Island...
A Wood Avenue woman received quite the surprise when she stopped home last Friday afternoon. Just before 2 p.m., the woman unlocked her back door. She heard a noise coming from her bedroom, but it was the discovery of an...
The Barrington Appropriations Committee had a few questions for the Barrington School Committee Thursday night though the discussion focused more on long-term issues than the proposed $46.128 million school district budget. Appropriations member Joel Hellmann wanted to know if district...
Winter officially comes to an end next week but the season’s impact on Barrington’s DPW budget could have a lingering impact on spring. The department of public works had about $15,000 of overtime funds remaining last week after starting the...
  The Barrington High School boys' hockey team is one win away from a state title. Barrington defeated Burrillville 1-0 Thursday night, taking a 1-0 series lead in the best-of-three D-I finals. "We knew it'd be a tight game," said head coach...
In 2009 Carolyn Ryan faced the possibility of losing the Barrington home where she raised her family. Ms. Ryan and her husband moved to town in 1953 but a potential $20,000 increase in value 56 years later and a subsequent...
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