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Barrington residents hire cleaning crew, then report larceny

Barrington residents hire cleaning crew, then report larceny

A Paquin Road resident in Barrington called police on Thursday, March 26 to report a possible larceny. The woman said she and her husband had hired a company to clean up their house after a roof leak and later discovered that her laptop and her son’s headphones were missing. The woman said her husband was

Dominic Lautieri, a lieutenant with the Portsmouth Fire Department, gets his head shaved during a “St. Baldrick’s” fund-raiser at the Whiskey Republic in Providence Tuesday night. The event raised funds to help defray medical costs for Lt. Lautieri’s 9-year-old son, Grayson, who has acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Photo by Tim Marshall.

Plenty comes off the top at firefighters’ fund-raiser

EAST BAY — Firefighters from four different towns united for a common cause Tuesday night: Getting their heads shaved to help raise money and awareness about childhood cancer. At the “St. Baldrick’s” fund-raiser at the Whiskey Republic in Providence, firefighters from Portsmouth, Bristol, Barrington and Middletown — “Team Grayson” — were clipped to raise money

And they're off — runners bolt from the starting line of the Nayatt 1-mile race Saturday.

Hundreds run in annual Nayatt 5K events

A crowd of runners and onlookers stopped by Nayatt Elementary School in Barrington on Saturday for the Nayatt 5K 1-mile race, 5K, and 50-yard dashes. Following are the top 100 finishers from the 1-mile race and 5K: Nayatt 1-mile results 1. Lachlan Bishop 11 6:13 2. Dylan Buchanan 11 7:07 3. Violet Gagliano 9 7:10

Barrington Town Hall, Barrington, Rhode Island

Twenty-six Barrington public employees earn more than $100,000

Twenty-six public employees in Barrington earned more than $100,000 last year, according to data provided by the municipal and school finance directors. At the top of the list for highest paid municipal employees is town manager Peter DeAngelis, who earned nearly $154,000. Following Mr. DeAngelis are five police officers who earned more than their boss,

Barrington High School's Helen Prates and Derek Carlson are pictured with RI Governor Gina Raimondo after they received Hobey Baker Character Awards.

Barrington players win Hobey Baker awards

Barrington High School’s Helen Prates and Derek Carlson were recognized with 2015 Hobey Baker Character Awards recently. Helen is a four-year player for the BHS girls’ ice hockey team and was a starter in net for the Eagles this year. “Helen is a very good goaltender, but more importantly, she represents exactly what Hobey Baker


Prudence home offers private, luxurious escape

Solitude and luxury — the perfect pairing for a get-away home. This comfortable three bedroom, two bathroom home on Prudence Island has all the bells and whistles, nestled in natural surroundings. The property at 243 Bay Ave. has sweeping water views and can be used as a year-round or vacation home. With nearly 4,000 square

Grayson Lautieri (right) who’s being treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, poses with his baby brother, Ryker, who has Down syndrome.

Firefighters to go ‘bald’ for Bristol boy

BRISTOL — Firefighters from Portsmouth, Bristol and Barrington will be among those getting clipped for a cause on Tuesday, March 31. Nine-year-old Grayson Lautieri of Bristol, the son of Dominic and Courtney Lautieri, was recently diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), a form of cancer of the white blood cells. Mr. Lautieri, who goes by “Nick,”