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A surveillance image shows the alleged pork thief leaving Shaw's Supermarket on Dec. 31.

Steaks stopped at the door — Barrington police search for shoplifter

Steaks stopped at the door — Barrington police search for shoplifter

Barrington police are looking for a man who allegedly stole a $36 pork tenderloin from the Shaw’s Supermarket in the Barrington Shopping Center on New Year’s Eve. Police received a phone call from Shaw’s at about 1:45 p.m., shortly after a man in his mid-40s wearing a blue coat and blue hat tried to steal

Belton Court, shown during the auction for the property in 2011.

Barrington’s own ‘Downton Abbey’ a victim of vandals

One of the most historically significant buildings in town was vandalized last month. A caretaker for the former Zion Bible Institute property in the north end of Barrington called police at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 25, to report that someone had broken into the Belton Court mansion and vandalized its interior. Belton Court is


Local churches set holiday service schedules

EAST PROVIDENCE — Area churches have set their Christmas Eve service schedule, including the Haven Methodist Church located at 200 Taunton Ave. The Haven service is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 24, in the chapel. For more information call 438-4911. Come worship. Regularly scheduled worship services take place on Sundays at 10 a.m. Sunday

“My dad was a coach, so I guess I was born into basketball," said Bonzie Colson II.

Colson leads host Saints to two wins in St. Andrew’s hoops tourney

BARRINGTON — The 2013 edition of the St. Andrew’s School Holiday Basketball Classic took place locally over the last two days and nights, bringing some of the top teams and players in the region to the East Bay. Notre Dame-bound St. Andrew’s senior Bonzie Colson was selected as the tournament’s most valuable player. The host


Barrington schools hire interns to help with kindergarten

The Barrington School Department recently hired three interns who are already assisting teachers in local kindergarten classrooms. Barrington Superintendent of Schools Mike Messore said the new hires are a testament to a promise that he made last spring. During last year’s budget talks, a number of local parents had requested the implementation of a full-day