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Republicans win seats on Barrington's COA

Two Republicans won seats on the town's Committee on Appropriations during a vote at the end of Wednesday night's financial town meeting in Barrington. Dr. Lisa Daft and John Alessandro both won …
Barrington FTM is tonight; tax increase proposed
The municipal and school department budgets will be voted upon at Barrington's financial town meeting on Wednesday, May 22, at 7 p.m. … Read More
BHS students win top prize at state science fair
Claire Martel and Christina Curran arrived at the pinnacle of high school science and engineering fairs early last week.  The two … Read More
Resident calls for $246,000 cut to school budget
Barrington residents will face a number of decisions at Wednesday's financial town meeting, but not one concerning the town's minimum … Read More
Eagles' netters reach state tournament finals
Barrington High School's top singles player, James Bogdanovic will play in the RIIL Boys Tennis Singles Championship finals next … Read More
Bristol County Water Authority to build $35 million pipeline
As the Cross Bay Pipeline continues to leak as much as 300,000 gallons of water a day from deep under the Providence River, Bristol … Read More
Police: Pickup truck hits and kills dog, flees the scene
A Samoset Road resident's dog was hit and killed on Massasoit Avenue by a white Chevy Avalanche pickup truck at about 7 p.m. on … Read More
Carolyn Lehman, 81, of Warren and formerly Ventura, Calif. Carolyn (Tucker) Lehman, age 81, of Warren and formerly Ventura, Calif., passed away Monday, May 13, 2019 at Grandview Center in Cumberland. She was the wife of the late Christopher Lehman. Born …
Alan Roach, 49, of Barrington Alan Roach, 49, of Barrington, passed away after an 8-year battle with Multiple Myeloma on Saturday, May 18, 2019.  He was the husband of Cynthia (Reynolds) Roach with whom he celebrated 25 …
Legal Notices
Barrington Legal Notices - May 15, 2019

These Legal Notices were published in the May 22 edition of the Barrington Times.

Barrington Legal Notices – April 17, 2019

Barrington Legal Notices – April 3, 2019

Former BHS coaches selected for RIIL Hall of Fame Two former Barrington High School coaches — Ed Bradley and Bill McCagney — will be inducted into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of …
Gallery: 'K-Rob' skate park dedication EAST PROVIDENCE — The skateboard and bike riding apparatus at the Onna Moniz John Park/Central Avenue Playground was formally named in honor of the late Kevin “K-Rob” Robinson during a ceremony …
Barrington native earns collegiate baseball honor Barrington native and Wheaton College freshman baseball player Jacob Studley was recently named 2019 Rookie of the Year in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference. Studley, a …
Barrington boys finish third at division championship meet Brendan Fay, Will Cauley and Walter Joachim-Delpoio each won individual events and paced the Barrington High School boys track team to a third place finish at the Eastern Division Championships on …
Trending Stories
Letter: 'Thank you for your service' To the editor: Memorial Day and the upcoming Financial Town Meeting are on my mind. Normally, I'd be home. Normally, I'd be at both. In the weeks leading up to Memorial Day, I would likely hear …
Letter: Wherever you stand, vote at FTM To the editor: For all the registered voters in our town I hope that all of you will have spoken for the right to have your votes to be noted and counted. You, every one of you should be the …
Letter: FTM should not be about politics To the editor: Barrington is very fortunate to have an opportunity every year to have a direct voice in how our tax dollars are spent and let our elected officials and municipal employees know of …
Letter: Spring in Nockum Hill, a vote to protect To the editor: Wild Lily of the Valley poke crisp green sails into the wind on the forest floor while Pickleweed protuberances peek out like curious worms at the water’s edge. Every place …

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