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Guiteras closed through Nov. 5 out of "abundance of caution"

Students won't be back at the Guiteras School for in-person learning until next Thursday, Nov. 5, after Bristol Warren officials closed the school out of "an abundance of caution" following a recent …

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Governor enacts measures to tamp down social gatherings
Gov. Gina Raimondo announced new measures to curb spread of the coronavirus, which is on the rise throughout Rhode Island. In a Friday … Read More
Barrington Veterans Day event to be held at Victory Gate
The United Veterans Council of Barrington will be sponsoring and holding its annual Veterans Day ceremony at Barrington High School's … Read More
Six new Covid cases in Bristol Warren Schools
Six individuals at the Kickemuit Middle School, Mt. Hope High School and Guiteras School tested positive for the Covid-19 virus this … Read More
East Providence City Hall opens for early voting on Halloween
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Canvassing Office announced the early polling place at City Hall will be open from 9 a.m.-1 … Read More
Thousands have voted early in Warren
With the election four days away, more than 36 percent of Warren's 8,683 registered voters have cast their ballots either by early … Read More
Vacant property owners in Barrington must secure buildings
The owners of the former Zion Bible College campus have been given a few weeks to make a series of improvements to the property, … Read More
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Richard A. Pineau, 64, Little Compton Richard A. Pineau, 64, of Little Compton, peacefully passed away at home on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, surrounded by his family. He was the son of Doris L. (Bernier) Pineau of Somerset and the late …
Marjorie Larson, 95, Tiverton Marjorie Larson, 95, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family on October 26, 2020. She was the wife of the late Robert E. Larson.  Marjorie was born in South Weymouth, Mass., …
Dr. Arthur Eastwood Broadus, 79, Little Compton Arthur E. Broadus, MD, PhD of New Haven, Conn., 79, an eminent endocrinologist and scientist who discovered the PTHrP hormone, passed away Thursday, October 22, 2020, in Little Compton. Born in …
11th Hour Racing team returning to Europe Beginning this week, Bristol native Charlie Enright and his 11th Hour Racing team will be watching the weather for favorable conditions for a transatlantic crossing back to Concarneau, France. …
Barrington girls tennis team celebrates its seniors The Barrington High School girls tennis team held its senior day celebration on Friday, Oct. 23. The ceremony was scheduled to precede a match against Moses Brown, but that game was postponed …
BHS Sports Roundup: Barrington tops Portsmouth in girls soccer The Barrington High School girls soccer team scored two goals in the first half and one more in the second and rolled to a 3-1 victory over Portsmouth on Friday, Oct. 23. Tess Gagliano, Ashley …
Letter: Youth football in Barrington — 50 years and counting!

To the editor: I have always loved fall, the leaves, fire pits, the chill, and football.    I doubt most folks realize that 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Barrington Pop Warner …

Tiverton Farmers Market to remain open through the winter

Tuesdays at the Tiverton Farmers Market will continue this fall, and through the winter, in the airy and light-filled community hall at Sandywoods Center for the Arts in Tiverton. Just minutes from …

Letter: Apply for Restore RI and “Take It Outside” grants

To the editor: On behalf of the Barrington Economic Development Commission, we continue to encourage Barrington’s local businesses to take advantage of the resources available to help during …

Little Clay Studio celebrating 6 years with exhibition

The Little Clay Studio, a ceramics cooperative for adults with developmental and physical disabilities, provides an inspirational classroom structure where artists can use their creativity to explore …

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