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Monday, Feb. 22A caller from Seymour Street complained about seeing an unfamiliar gray sedan in the neighborhood. Police spoke to the driver, confirming that his father rents on Seymour. A man … more
It had been about a year since the members of the Barrington High School swim teams had actually competed against another team in-person. On Saturday, the Eagles made the most of the opportunity, … more
Friday, Feb. 12 Michael C. Gomes, 41, of Dorchester, Mass., was arrested on three warrants — a Superior Court bench warrant, a bench warrant from 6th District Court, and an affidavit and … more
Sunday, Feb. 7 Police went to a West Main Road residence at 12:56 pm for a 911 call, nobody on the line. The call was determined to be accidental - probably weather related. At 1:02 pm, police … more
The East Bay Co-op girls ice hockey team skated its way into the state championship finals after defeating South County 7-6 in overtime in a Game 3 showdown on Monday afternoon, March 1. The … more
The Barrington High School girls basketball team held off LaSalle Academy, 44-32, in the basketball quarterfinals on Monday night. Nina Gibbons led the Eagles in scoring with 15 points, while Dani … more
The Mt. Hope girls' basketball team beat Lincoln, 52-33, in a D-III semifinals home game Monday night. They will host Woonsocket in the semifinals on Wednesday at 5 p.m. Streaky shooting and terrific … more
Members of the Barrington Town Council voted 5-0 to support flying the Autism Awareness flag from the town hall hall flag pole during the month of April, although two councilors initially were … more
Even across the dull screen of a 10" Chromebook, the joy was impossible to miss when art teacher Leah Keith logged on Friday morning to talk to one of her classes at Mt. Hope High School. It was … more
The Barrington School Department budget is expected to grow by more than $2.5 million next year, but local taxpayers will be spared from covering most of the increase. In fact, Barrington school … more
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