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The youngsters had all heard that working hard, keeping promises, getting good grades, believing in yourself are good things, and they’ll hear it again and again. Preaching it is one thing - … more
The Barrington School Committee conducts itself like the board of directors for a successful, multi-million-dollar corporation. In many ways, it is. The public schools (the corporation’s … more
She had her hands full running her family’s White Rock Farm, but Jane Cabot managed to squeeze in a bit more for her beloved Little Compton. For 30 years or so, Ms. Cabot ran this small town, … more
Some were stunned when a prosecutor suggested probation all around for those facing charges for their actions in the horrific tenant “farm” animal cruelty discovered hidden away in the Westport … more
Barrington residents did such a good job participating in the first round of the Solarize RI program that officials selected the town for a second turn.  In fact, three communities were … more
For two days this weekend, Barrington was alive with bright sun sparkling off the water, leaves glistening in fall hues, and soccer balls, soccer balls, soccer balls. For the first time in memory, … more
Gratitude and applause to those electric linemen who climbed up amidst the wires in frightful conditions these past few days. It’s work most of us can’t imagine. But National Grid’s … more
If we simply ignore science, muzzle the federal scientists, unpleasant things like global warming and rising seawater cease to exist — problem solved. So seems to be the attitude of the new … more
Add “craft” to that list of words (ie natural, awesome, literally …) whose overuse and misuse has left them meaningless. Whatever craft once meant — the image of a skilled carpenter … more
That early onset flu tactic is neither as clever nor amusing as the Warwick teacher union seems to think. All towns around should be most interested spectators to this sick-out charade since a … more
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