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Barrington's Jillian May will play field hockey at Holy Cross next year. She will sign a letter of intent on Nov. 13.

Barrington students signing letters of intent

Barrington students signing letters of intent

Three Barrington High School athletes will sign National Letters of Intent on Thursday, Nov. 13 extending their athletic careers to the NCAA Division 1 collegiate level. Emma Gasperoni, daughter of James and Lisa Gasperoni, will join the University of San Diego rowing team as coxswain. And twin sisters, Eliza and Jillian May, daughters of Peter and


Barrington girl frightened by men on bike path

Barrington police are investigating a situation that occurred on the East Bay Bike Path on Friday, Nov. 7. According to police, a 15-year-old Barrington girl was jogging west on the path near the intersection with Middle Highway at about 4 p.m. when two middle-aged men riding bikes blocked the path and confronted her. The girl later


Barrington volleyball coach: Seniors will be missed

Barrington High School girls’ volleyball coach Ron Enos entered the season with a series of goals, including a return trip to the campus of the University of Rhode Island for the semifinals and finals of the volleyball playoffs. Unfortunately, the Eagles season ended with a heart-breaking 3-2 loss to Cranston West in the quarterfinals. “We fell

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Barrington police: Are you missing a chainsaw?

Barrington police are trying to reunite stolen items with their rightful owners. A recent investigation yielded a number of stolen items — ranging from a chainsaw to some extension cords to a wheel rim, and a gas-powered hedge clipper. The Barrington Police Department seized the stolen items during the investigation and is hoping the rightful

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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 Take a look at the photos and descriptions below, and contact the listed police department if you have any information: Identity fraud, theft in East Providence The East Providence Police Department is searching

The Eagles signal a touchdown after junior full back Nicholas DiPaola ran in for a score with under two minutes to go in the fourth quarter to give Barrington a, 22-16, lead.  Photos by Rich Dionne

Barrington holds off Cumberland, wins 22-16

The Barrington High School football team kept its postseason hopes alive for a Division I playoff berth, with a 22-16 win over Cumberland at Victory Field Friday night. Barrington overcame a sluggish start and held on with a last minute fourth quarter defensive stand. Cumberland trailed 22-16 with 1:30 left to play and quickly marched

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Barrington football in a must-win game tonight

Hopes for a postseason berth in Division I hang in the balance tonight, Nov. 7, when the Barrington High School football team hosts Cumberland. The game starts at 7 p.m. at Victory Field. The Eagles’ record slipped to 3-3 last week after a 17-15 loss to Portsmouth in a turnover-plagued performance. Barrington fumbled the ball