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Three new residents were elected to the Barrington Committee on Appropriations at the end of Wednesday night's financial town meeting. Josh Berlinsky, Cynthia Rosengard and Scott Douglas each … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The Bay View Academy community recognizes those students who demonstrate above average scholastic achievement on a quarterly basis via the Honor Roll. A student in grade six … more
Dr. Ken Wagner said the Rhode Island Department of Education regularly shares information with the local school districts promoting the benefits of later school start times for older … more
Barrington Town Moderator Julia Califano was moving quickly through the municipal budget line items during Wednesday night's financial town meeting, until she reached "debt service." That's when … more
A financial town meeting boils down to votes, and in Barrington on Wednesday night, the votes were lopsided. On two straight tallies, taxpayers overwhelmingly voted to support increases to the … more
Barrington taxpayers voted overwhelmingly to restore the school district's initial request for a $1.2 million increase at Wednesday night's financial town meeting. A crowd of more than 500 people … more
The Community Scholarship Fund of Barrington awarded scholarships to more than a dozen local students during a ceremony at the Barrington Town Hall on Tuesday night, May 23. College … more
Barrington officials will begin registering people for the May 24 financial town meeting at 6 p.m. at the high school. The meeting is slated to start at 7 p.m. According to an email from … more
In 2006, the school department reportedly spent $21 million on salaries and benefits and about $13 million on all other costs. But by 2016, those figures had shifted — the school department … more
The Barrington Committee on Appropriations has offered a compromise with school officials. The group that first voted to eliminate the $1.2 million increase school officials requested, recently … more
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