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A woman reacts during a search in the water off Barrington Beach late Thursday afternoon and early Thursday evening.
(Photo by Amy Kiley)

Barrington Beach search: DEM, Coast Guard, others looking for missing boater

Barrington Beach search: DEM, Coast Guard, others looking for missing boater

A widespread search for a missing boater was underway early Thursday evening, July 2, in the water south of Barrington Beach. According to Barrington Fire Chief Gerald Bessette, the department received a phone call at about 5:30 p.m. for “an overdue boater.” A short time later, the Barrington harbormaster, fire department, Rhode Island Department of

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Warren teen near head of pack in Save The Bay swim pledges

Save The Bay’s annual Newport to Jamestown swim is fast approaching, and a Warren teenager is emerging as one of the top pledge earners in the annual event. So far, Santino Depasquale, 17, has raised about $2,400 in pledges for the July 11 swim, and hopes to reach $4,000. “Hope so,” he said yesterday, shortly

Billy Andrade (left) and Brad Faxon hosted the 16th annual CVS Health Charity Classic late last month.

CVS Charity Classic raises money, spirits

Brandon Suarez could hardly contain his excitement on Monday morning. The 12-year-old Providence boy had been selected to participate in the All Kids Can three-hole challenge during the first day of the CVS Health Charity Classic golf tournament at Rhode Island Country Club. Brandon, who is a student at Pleasant View School, was the recipient

Barrington Middle School teacher Mary Roberts (second from right) stands with some of her current and former students.

Barrington teacher earns national recognition

Twelve-year-old Aquinnah Crosby had heard all about life in the Aqua Cluster. The young Barrington resident knew about the field trips. She knew about the homework. And she knew about the involved classroom activities students in the Barrington Middle School cluster were expected to participate in. “I actually wanted silver cluster,” Aquinnah said. She looked

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Barrington police: Fireworks banned from public property

Barrington police are asking people to stay off town property while discharging fireworks this Fourth of July. The local police department recently issued a reminder, stating that lighting off fireworks on town property, including at Barrington Town Beach, Latham Park, Allin’s Cove and at schools and playgrounds, is prohibited. For years, residents had gathered at

Lexi Thompson and a host of other professional golfers return to Rhode Island Country Club for the CVS Charity Classic on June 29 and 30.

CVS Charity Classic teeing it up June 28-30

The CVS Health Charity Classic golf tournament recently announced the final two professionals playing in this year’s event — LPGA Classic champion Suzann Pettersen and LPGA star Morgan Pressel. Pettersen and Pressel will join Keegan Bradley, Erik Compton, Jon Curran, Harris English, Bill Haas, Russell Henley, J.B. Holmes, Billy Horschel, Juli Inkster, Peter Jacobsen, Hunter

Barrington's Sarah Middleton spent earlier days at Eagles Hoop Camp.

Barrington Eagles hosting hoops camp

Barrington High School’s girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball teams are coming off very successful seasons, and coaches for those teams are looking to share their knowledge with eager campers. The first session of Eagles Hoop Camp is already underway — it runs from June 23 to 26 — and there’s a second session planned for July

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