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BHS athletes perform well at track meets

A number of Barrington boys recorded stellar times at the World Trophies Invitational tournament in Providence on Saturday, Jan. 11.  Barrington's 4x800-meter relay team of Jay Scheiffelin, …
Barrington keeping an eye on school bus union negotiations
Barrington and East Providence public school officials are preparing for a potential strike by local school bus drivers and … Read More
Barrington-based robotics teams score at states
In only its second year with a competitive team, St. Luke’s School once again walked away from the state championship with more … Read More
Resident files larceny complaint after town cleans her yard
On Monday, Jan. 6, employees from the town's department of public works were ordered to clean up a resident's yard on Chachapacassett … Read More
Police: Barrington teens shine laser pointer into night sky
A Barrington police officer was locking up the gate at the town beach on Saturday night, Jan. 11, when he looked to the west and … Read More
St. Philomena School wins teamwork award at First LEGO finals (photos)
PORTSMOUTH — St. Philomena School’s “Street Lights Done Right” team was among the award-winners at the First LEGO League … Read More
Is Starbucks' drive-through a good fit for Barrington?
Does the Starbucks proposed for County Road in Barrington fit the town's village concept? Depends who you ask. A representative for … Read More
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Phyllis Hunt, of Seekonk and formerly of Barrington Phyllis Hunt, of Seekonk and formerly of Barrington, passed peacefully on New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31, 2019, surrounded by her loving children. Born May 25, 1932 to Carl Alfred Himberg and Emma …
Cecelia G. Chellel, 88, of Barrington Mrs. Cecelia G. (Brunelli) Chellel, age 88, of  Barrington and formerly of Bristol and Pawtucket, died Friday, Jan. 10, 2020, at her home, surrounded by her devoted daughters. She was the loving …
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Eagles crush Huskies in Medeiros Cup game The Barrington High School boys hockey team celebrated an 8-1 victory over Mt. Hope in the annual JP Medeiros Memorial Cup game at Portsmouth Abbey rink on Wednesday, Jan. 8. The Huskies actually …
BHS Sports Roundup: Barrington teams celebrate victories The Barrington High School boys hockey team, which will play against Hendricken on Saturday, lost to Mount St. Charles 8-2 on Saturday, Jan. 4.  The Mounties opened a commanding 4-0 lead in …
East Bay girls hockey rolls over Cranston, 8-3 PORTSMOUTH — The East Bay girls’ hockey team won its third game in a row last Thursday, Jan. 2, crushing Cranston, 8-3, during a league game at Portsmouth Abbey.
Editorial: State priorities should be schools and jobs Welcome to January, the season of rebirth, when all hope springs eternal … Something seem amiss? It is. Gov. Gina Raimondo’s State of the State address was easy to cheer. She spoke …
Letter: Calendar shows Barrington's arrogance, ignorance To the editor: I just got my Town of Barrington calendar and on the first page for Monday, Jan. 20 is the only abbreviated holiday, "MLK Day" instead of "Martin Luther King Jr. Day". How rude and …
Arlene Violet: Can political leaders stop the madness? With the onset of the new legislative session, taxpayers are gritting their teeth to see what fiscal ignominies will be piled onto their backs. One thing is for certain. The governor is out of …
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Barrington Legal Notices – Dec. 31, 2019 These Legal Notices were published in the Dec. 31 Barrington Times.
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