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The Community Scholarship Fund of Barrington awarded scholarships to more than a dozen local students during a ceremony at the Barrington Public Library on Tuesday night, May 22. College … more
The Barrington High School boys tennis team defeated defending state champions South Kingstown, 4-0, on Thursday afternoon and will play for the Division I state championship on Saturday. The … more
The Barrington Memorial Day activities will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, May 28, at the Victory Field Memorial Gate at Barrington High School, under the direction of retired Lt. Col. Paul C. … more
Following the budget votes at Wednesday night's financial town meeting, taxpayers were asked to vote on the committee on appropriations.  Two seats on the committee — one filled by … more
Barrington taxpayers defeated a motion to cut $500,000 from the proposed budget during Wednesday night's financial town meeting. Taxpayers opened the meeting in a generous mood as they approved a … more
The glare off the seashells is blinding Andy Thompson. The longtime Barrington resident squints behind his glasses as he looks out across Police Cove Park, trying to imagine some of the changes … more
The person responsible for running Barrington's financial town meeting will not be attending this year's financial town meeting.  Julia Califano contacted other town officials on Tuesday … more
Bristol resident, Vestas 11th Hour Racing skipper Charlie Enright and his team left Newport with the Volvo Ocean Race fleet as they started Leg 9 on Sunday afternoon. The fleet is racing 3300 … more
Barrington hosted Wheeler on Thursday, May 17, for Senior Day, and started 9 seniors en route to a 5-3 win over the visitors. Barrington's record improved to 9-4-1 on the … more
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