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Debbie Barchi is a planner. The director of the Barrington Public Library said she likes building plans for work and for life at home, so it was no surprise that when she neared retirement age, … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The waterfront commission, taking up the topic at a meeting held last Thursday evening, Sept. 21, will continue a discussion on a proposed change to an affordable housing element in an existing … more
Barrington residents planning to apply for a senior tax exemption with the town should be prepared for an earlier-than-normal filing deadline. This year, town officials have moved the filing … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Saying they feared residential developments on the waterfront could become “exclusive” properties, administrators urged the city council at its September 19 to express … more
Eden Beckman's shopping cart was packed with books, but that did not stop her from pulling more and more colorful titles out of the bins inside the children's room at the Barrington Public … more
Barrington's street-scape improvement project is underway on Maple Avenue and along West Street, and some people are not happy with it. "The project is taking too long to complete," said Stan … more
Barrington resident Alan Sorrentino recently filed a complaint with the Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights, alleging discrimination by Barrington officials during an incident at the town hall … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — To those keeping a close eye on the subject in city, the huge sums included in the just-released Rhode Island Department of Education structural assessment of the … more
Not so long ago a “beer run” or a trip to the “packy” for Barrington residents meant a trip across the river into neighboring Warren or across the state line into Seekonk. But … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence City Council continued its first meeting of the month, carrying over a relatively busy agenda from its September 5 forum to Monday night, Sept. 11, when … more
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