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Barrington officials used more than $200,000 of Spencer Trust funds as a loan to the developer who built the Walker Farm Lane homes.

How should Barrington spend Spencer Trust funds?

How should Barrington spend Spencer Trust funds?

Two volunteers from Tap-In stood before the town council earlier this month and asked for help. The local nonprofit that assists thousands of people across the East Bay was requesting about $4,700 from the Spencer Trust, an account established in 1933 with the intent of helping “the poor and unfortunate” of Barrington. Tap-In officials had

palmer pointe-early sketch

Barrington resident asks town to buy Palmer Pointe property

A Barrington resident recently recommended that the town purchase the Sowams Nursery property — the future site of the Palmer Pointe affordable housing development. The town solicitor reportedly urged the council to steer clear of that action, stating that it would be inappropriate for the council to interfere with a purchase and sale agreement, which

Bert W. Anger, of Barrington

Bert W. Anger, of Barrington, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2013, surrounded by members of his loving family. He was the beloved husband of Helen (Ducharme) Anger for 47 years. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his son, Bradford Anger residing in Vietnam; daughter, Monika Wilson of Riverside; daughter Edith

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