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Barrington man sics his dog on young boy

Barrington man sics his dog on young boy

A Barrington woman stopped into the police station last week after a Greenbrier Drive resident allegedly sicked his dog after her son. The woman dropped into the station at about 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 8 and told an officer that her 10 year-old son was riding his bike home from school earlier that day

Kerry O'Brien worked at New England Hearth and Patio for 14 years.

Barrington business reopens with new name

It is 80 degrees in the parking lot outside Sunfire Hearth and Patio, but Kerry O’Brien does not hesitate to flick on a gas-burning wood stove for an interested customer. The flame rolls over the top of the fake logs inside the bottom of the handsome enamel stove and before long the temperature near the

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Off the Market: Homes sold in East Bay

Dozens of homes around the East Bay have changed hands recently, including professional golfer Brad Faxon’s $4.5 million estate. Following is a list of properties that have sold in the region and their sales price: Barrington 85 Nayatt Road — $4,525,000 11 Wallis Ave. — $295,000 1 Massasoit Ave. — $345,000 152 Lincoln Ave. —

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Barrington boasts 12 National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

Barrington High School is well-represented in this year’s National Merit Scholarship program. The local high school which was recently ranked among the top high schools in the country by Newsweek magazine has 12 students who were named semifinalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship program. This year’s local semifinalists are Natasha Anis, Benjamin F. Feit,

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Barrington High School earns top rank by Newsweek

  Barrington High School was the top-ranked high school in the state and number 200 out of more than 14,000 schools nationwide analyzed for the recent Newsweek Magazine High School Rankings. Newsweek worked with a research firm to build the rankings, which are based “on a metric of student achievement and college preparedness data provided by

Barrington resident Ken Block, shown at the town hall a few years back, won over local voters on Tuesday, Sept. 9.

Block wins Barrington, but Fung wins state

Barrington voters supported local resident Ken Block in the Republican gubernatorial primary on Tuesday, Sept. 9, but it was not enough as the businessman-turned-political candidate fell in the statewide tally to Cranston Mayor Allan Fung. At the polls in Barrington, Mr. Block received 540 votes to Mr. Fung’s 324, but statewide more than 17,000 people


Barrington woman charged with assault

Police responded to the parking lot at Shaw’s Supermarket at about 3 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6, after the department received a 911 call from a man who said he had just been assaulted. When officers arrived they found the man lying in the parking lot with his head propped up on a backpack —