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East Bay’s Most Wanted

East Bay’s Most Wanted

Police in towns throughout the East Bay are searching for suspects in several unsolved crimes and have listed their crimes on rimostwanted.org. Take a look at the photos and descriptions below, and contact the listed police department if you have any information. Dorm room break-in, thefts The Bristol Police Department is looking for two suspects who

74 Valley Lane, Portsmouth

Open Houses planned around East Bay

What better way to work off thatThanksgiving dinner on a cold holiday weekend than touring some open houses. There aren’t as many as usual this weekend, but still quite a few to choose from. Barrington 10 Evergreen St. — Sunday, Nov. 23, 12-2 p.m. Ranch, 3, 2, $355,000. Residential Properties, Beverly Chittim, 401-245-9600. 4 Deep Meadow Road — Sunday, Nov.

346 Nayatt Road, Barrington

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following homes across the East Bay have changed hands in recent weeks: Barrington 91 Prospect St. — $300,000 346 Nayatt Road — $625,000 328 Sowams Road — $441,000 Bristol 11 Elmwood Drive — $240,000 East Providence 18 Warwick St. — $40,000 400 Dover Ave. — $180,000 409 Waterman Ave. — $235,000 234 Norton St.

Meg Jones (right) loves that her business, Weirdgirl Creations on Kent Street, is a family affair. Here she sits with daughters Kyla (second from right) and Bianca (second from left) and her granddaughter (Kyla's daughter) Everly.

Barrington business celebrates 30 years

Weirdgirl Creations Pottery Studio has passed the test of time … and the test of relocation. The business, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, has set up shop in three different states and in more than a half-dozen towns. Meg Jones first opened her shop in Poughkeepsie, NY decades ago, and since then

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Barrington resident spooked by strange request

A Nayatt Road resident called police at about 6 p.m. to report a suspicious situation that occurred earlier that day. The woman reportedly told police two people came to her home requesting assistance in translating Russian for them. The resident said the two people knew her name, but would not provide any paperwork regarding the

Finn Myatt, 9, of Barrington, with copies of "The Barrington Reporter" and "The Weekly Finn."

Young Barrington wordsmith passionate about the press

Hearst. Sulzberger. Graham. Myatt. Well, not yet, perhaps. Finn Myatt, who is, by his account “nine and a quarter, I think, and in that quarter it’s a quarter again, so not ten soon, but soonish,” is a fourth grade student at Hampden Meadows School in Barrington, the son of Tracey and Ted Myatt. Finn loves

Barrington native Kaitlin Gladney is managing indie music performers Skout and DIADEM.

Barrington native loves managing musicians

Kaitlin Gladney has always loved music … and now she’s in the music business. The Barrington native said she loved attending shows during her teenage years and jumped at the opportunity to see her favorite artists perform live. While attending Duke University, Ms. Gladney founded that school’s chapter of the nonprofit To Write Love on

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