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To the editor: People across the country are protesting, some peacefully, some not, ostensibly, because Black Americans are being hunted down and killed by police. Lebron James talks of how he is … more
To the editor: Thank you for writing the article regarding my building permit. I was disappointed to see so many misrepresentations and half-truths told by the neighbors who have recently … more
School lunches may be silent, but students are still socializing throughout the day, said the top Barrington school official. Barrington Superintendent Michael Messore said he has received some … more
It has been a busy summer season at the Barrington Farm School. The volunteer run farm located near the intersection of Federal Avenue and Middle Highway launched new programs, harvested delicious … more
The Providence Water Supply Board wants to raise water rates 20 percent. The Bristol County Water Authority wants to end a century-old contract for water. Are they related? Yes. Does anyone care? Not … more
The annual Veterans Day ceremony in Barrington will probably be moved to a new location this year. A day after the Barrington United Veterans Council's was rebuffed in its request to the town … more
Walter J. Mikulski, 68, of Barrington, died Monday, September 14, 2020 at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence. He was born in Fall River, a son of the late Alexander and Bertha (Siembab) … more
Residential Properties Ltd recently announced the sale of 60 Adams Point in Barrington, which recently sold for $1,097,500. According to MLS, Residential Properties Ltd has now listed 12 of the 22 … more
Barrington students returned to school on Monday morning, Sept. 14, after a six-month absence from the school buildings. Students in grades K through 6, as well as high school freshmen were back … more
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