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Barrington resident and two-time war veteran Herbert Hudson was recently treated to a special Honor Flight to Washington D.C. Mr. Hudson was in the U.S. Navy and served as fire control-2nd class … more
The National Merit Scholarship Program recently released its list of scholarship semifinalists — six Barrington High School students made the list. Ryan P. Brady, Jane O. Freiman, … more
Eden Beckman's shopping cart was packed with books, but that did not stop her from pulling more and more colorful titles out of the bins inside the children's room at the Barrington Public … more
A star of last weekend’s Newport International Boat Show was Hinkley’s (Portsmouth) all-electric-powered 28.5-foot Dasher, billed as the first electric luxury powerboat. Looking little like … more
Young and old made their way to Haines Park on Saturday afternoon for the seventh annual Fiddle n Folk Fest. The fun event featured a number of talented performers, including Golden Bantams, … more
The Barrington Pop Warner Junior Pee Wees battled through a few set-backs on Sunday to defeat Fairhaven 19-6. The win moved Barrington's record to 3-1. The Eagles, playing without their starting … more
The Barrington High School football team scored three touchdowns in the first half against Woonsocket on Friday night, but the Villa Novans scored twice late in the fourth quarter and beat … more
Barrington's street-scape improvement project is underway on Maple Avenue and along West Street, and some people are not happy with it. "The project is taking too long to complete," said Stan … more
When he's not volunteering, Howard Boksenbaum likes to, well… uh, volunteer. It turns out, the longtime Barrington resident retired a few years ago as the director of Rhode Island's Office … more
It's an all-Barrington party. On Saturday, Sept. 16, Barrington Books will host a special launch party/book signing for Barrington children's book authors Jamie Michalak and Anika … more
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