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Steve Boyajian said he has truly enjoyed his time on the town council. The democrat who is not running for re-election said the experience of serving the town was very rewarding, as was working … more
Four Barrington residents recently competed in the National Scholastic Athletics Foundation/athleticNET Virtual Qualifying series and Virtual National Championships. There were three virtual … more
To the editor: In response to Mr. Rimoshytus, I absolutely disagree that cutting the school budget would make any sense given the uncertainties and costs of reopening the schools. We do not yet … more
The Police Cove Park splash pad is now open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. People are reminded to practice social distancing, and to wear face covering if they are not six feet apart.  The … more
To the editor: The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations is considering dropping the “and Providence Plantations” part of its name. I grew up in Barrington, an almost … more
Posed with a simple question, Barrington Town Council member Kate Weymouth had a direct answer. The question: If you could do it all again, would you still serve on the town council? Her … more
Carolyn H. (Hanson) Faulhaber, 84, of East Providence, formerly of Barrington, passed away on Monday, June 29, 2020 at HopeHealth. She was the wife of John M. Faulhaber, whom she was married to for … more
To the editor: I’ve lived in Barrington for 19 years and I’ve never understood why all the streets in neighborhoods closest to beach access have No Parking signs on every utility pole. … more
Barrington officials appear poised to add money back into the library budget following Wednesday night's budget hearing. During the online budget hearing, Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha … more
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