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Jake DeMarco, shown in a game against Middletown, threw a touchdown pass to Jake Slye in Barrington's 21-20 loss to LaSalle on Friday.

Barrington football team falls short against LaSalle

Barrington football team falls short against LaSalle

Barrington scored through the air, on the ground and overcame an unexpected offensive scheme against LaSalle on Friday night, but still fell one point shy in a 21-20 loss. “I thought we out-played them,” said Barrington coach Bill McCagney. “They’re a good team, but I thought we played them well. … I’m not disappointed. We

Joe Piccerelli, Barrington DPW superintendent; RIRR Executive Director Michael OConnell; and Peter D’Angelis, Barrington town manager (from left to right) pose for a photo during a ceremony at RIRR on Wednesday, Sept. 24.

Barrington receives thousands for recycling

Barrington recycled nearly 2,400 tons of material last year and received a check for $34,233 for the effort. Rhode Island Resource Recovery recently distributed checks to the 39 cities and towns in the state for profits realized from the sale of recyclables. The municipal share of the profits for the year ending June 30, 2014

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Barrington teen wins track and field honor

Barrington’s Bobby Colantonio was name the USATF-New England Athlete of the Month for July. The announcement was made last month at the organization’s meeting in Newton, Mass. Colantonio won the national title in the hammer throw for the 15-16 boy’s division at the National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships in Humble, Texas in July.


Barrington sports roundup: Girls lose 3-2

The Barrington High School girls’ soccer team dropped a tough, 3-2, decision to Portsmouth High School on Wednesday, Sept. 17, but bounced back with a 2-0 win over Bay View on Monday night, Sept. 22. Barrington’s Caroline Larisa and Paige Hughes both scored in the Eagles’ home loss to Portsmouth. Barrington will travel to Mt.

Troop 2 Scoutmaster Greg Voigt (center) is shown at a change of command ceremony at Barrington Beach.

Barrington troop disagrees with Scouts’ policy on gays

A recent letter from a Barrington scoutmaster to the president of the Boy Scouts of America said the national organization’s policy that discriminates against homosexuals needs to be changed. Boy Scout Troop 2 Scoutmaster Greg Voigt and Barrington Congregational Church UCC Senior Minister Jeffrey Larsen signed the letter which stated in part, “Troop 2 Barrington

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