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Maynard L. Clarke, 86, Barrington

Maynard L. Clarke, 86, of Washington Road, Barrington, died at home on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. He was the husband of Barbara (Carter) Clarke and the late Judy (Scarborough) Clarke. Born in Jersey City, N.J., he was a son of the late Maynard and Evelyn (Jones) Clarke. He attended Howard University and was a member of Alpha

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Barrington woman fears kittens had rabies

Tests conducted on four kittens that had either died or grown sick proved to be negative for rabies. A Barrington resident contacted the police department on Thursday, June 11 after one of the four kittens she was fostering died; the woman said she needed to send the other kittens — which had grown sick —

Barrington's Adam Kelly, shown at states last year, traveled to Cuba to compete in a track meet last weekend.

Barrington teen travels to Cuba to compete

Recent Barrington High School graduate Adam Kelly won the 6 kilo hammer throw competition at the National Scholastic Athletics Sports Foundation’s annual Caribbean International Invitational at the National Stadium in Havana, Cuba, last weekend. Adam, who is a three-time All-American, had a throw of 221 feet, 9 inches, which set a new meet record. Jan

Margery Elizabeth Clegg, 74, Barrington

Margery Elizabeth (Boylan) Clegg passed away peacefully, surrounded by her family on Thursday, June 11, 2015 after a brief illness. She was 74. Margie, as she was known, worked for over three decades in the Barrington school system, primarily at the Hampden Meadows Elementary School and was well-known and loved by generations of students, faculty


Featured home: All’s well at renovated seaside cottage

At the top of Mt. Hope Bay, in the quiet waterfront Swansea, Mass., neighborhood of Touisset, is a beautiful Victorian home called Allswell Cottage. The home at 78 Seaview Ave., built in 1908, has recently been renovated to reflect its former seaside glory and offer modern amenities while preserving its historic charm. It has three bedrooms


Warren honors two Eagle Scouts

Two Warren boys were honored by the Warren Town Council Tuesday night for receiving their Eagle Scout badge, the Boy Scouts’ highest honor. Joseph Perry “JP” Ruddick II and Santion V. DePasquale, both members of Troop 4, got a hearty round of applause after they were introduced by Warren Town Council president Joseph DePasquale, Santion’s

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