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For the second time in a month, hundreds of Barrington children suddenly had their Saturday schedules cleared while their peers throughout Rhode Island chased after soccer balls on a typical fall day … more
Years ago, when there was talk of building the East Bay Bike Path, some along its route raised a ruckus, arguing that this path past their backyards would surely bring a crime wave the likes of which … more
For all who cherish a good view, great news from the owners of those twin towering Somerset eyesores that grab attention from every part of Mount Hope Bay and beyond. The owners announced recently … more
Barrington leaders appear embarrassingly tone deaf as they hammer through a new set of fees for everyone playing outdoor recreational sports in town. Consider the evidence … The town … more
The election season is still in its infancy, but already we’ve seen a nastiness that has not been part of local politics in many years. Like layers of an onion, we could peel down through the … more
People who have lived in Barrington for more than a few years might remember what the town beach used to look like.  There was a small concrete building at the bottom of Bay Road that was … more
As Barrington officials begin to consider new ways to improve our recycling effort, it's important we don't forget one key element to a successful program: Make sure everything in the recycling bin … more
Town officials are offering a great opportunity to show your appreciation for living in Barrington: Volunteer for a board or commission. The Barrington Town Council is looking for volunteers to … more
It’s time the Rhode Island Interscholastic League levels the playing field.  For too long, public high school sports teams have been forced to play against private high school sports … more
Barrington taxpayers just emerged from last year's rather painful budget season, and it now appears we're headed for another one.  Last year officials asked Barrington residents to cover a … more
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