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The construction of a new Barrington Middle School will move one step closer to reality on Friday. At 10 a.m. on Friday morning, Barrington school officials will open contractors' bids for the … more
Barrington's Joy Hearn will not run for re-election. The Democrat who represents District 66 in Barrington and East Providence announced last week that she had decided that her fifth term at the … more
Do you have a sidewalk? Did you shovel it following Thursday's snowstorm? Barrington officials are reminding residents to clear the snow from their sidewalks following the recent … more
Applying for a building permit in Barrington? You now need to go online to do so.  The Town of Barrington recently moved much of its permit applications online with the statewide e-permitting … more
The Barrington Harbor Commission is working to identify and mark all public access points to the water. Members of the commission have, so far, identified 24 access points through extensions of … more
A group of residents is trying to honor the late Kevin Robinson by having the skate park on Legion Way renamed for him. Barrington resident Dena Davis has helped lead the charge. Ms. Davis, a … more
Officials at the Barrington Department of Public Works said the Christmas tree collection program will begin Jan. 2, 2018 and continue for three weeks. DPW officials are reminding residents that … more
The Barrington Town Council is looking for volunteers to serve on a number of boards and commissions. There are openings on the conservation commission, energy committee, housing board of … more
Barrington was all aglow Saturday night as scores of people made their way up the lawn in front of town hall to celebrate the holiday season in grand style. “Barrington Glows,” a … more
The Barrington Budget Forecast Committee will meet on Thursday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Barrington Senior Center's main room. The main focus of the meeting will be to begin drafting a budget … more
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