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The Barrington High School baseball team defeated East Greenwich 5-4 in a Division II playoff game on Wednesday night, June 7, and forced a winner-take-all showdown for Friday afternoon.   … more
The Barrington community was shocked to learn of the sudden death of retired Barrington Police officer Joseph E. “Joe” Pine Jr., who passed from this world unexpectedly on May 27. He was … more
The Golden Rule, a 34-foot wooden ketch and the first boat to engage in environmental direct action in the world, will be docking at Rockwell Park this Tuesday, June 13, at 11 a.m. more
About 18 volunteers planted around 200 plants encompassing around 30 different types of native species along the northern and eastern sides of the Warren Post Office on Child Street. more
You don’t get to stay in business — especially the notoriously unpredictable restaurant business — without giving the people what they want. For 40 years, that is exactly what Steve … more
The Barrington School Building Committee is hosting “Construction Workshop Week” from June 12 to 15. The event is part of the district’s work preparing for future school … more
British Motorcars New England will present the annual British Motorcars in Bristol Festival on Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10. Classic British motorcars from around New England will … more
The Bristol Firemen’s Memorial will occur on Sunday, June 11, starting with a mass at 11:30 a.m. at Saint Mary’s Church. more
Marie Sullivan spent 47 years working for the phone company. She passed away on April 4, 2009, and over 14 years later, her legacy was secured at Walley Street Beach. more
As the regular season drew to a close, the Barrington High School boys tennis team picked up an impressive win over LaSalle Academy.   The victory propelled Barrington as it headed into the … more
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