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The plan to add two stop signs at the intersection of West Street on Maple Avenue was rejected by the town council during the June 4 meeting.  Officials had initially considered adding one … more
Kate Brody, chairwoman of the Barrington School Committee, was awarded the 2018 Howard Kay Award at the Rhode Island Association of School Committees' annual meeting on May 5.  The award is … more
Carlton Street, Cottage Street and Mayfield Drive are three of the 14 local roads that will be repaved this summer.  Town officials recently hired the Pawtucket Hot Mix Asphalt company to … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — While the proposed construction of a new East Providence High School has taken up much of the oxygen recently, the school department’s need to renovate several of the … more
A letter to the council has spurred renewed interest in the town's recycling program. Last month, Barrington resident Cindy Pierce wrote to the council with concerns about recycling pick-up in … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — At a special session of the City Council Thursday night, June 7, the body issued a pair of subpoenas to one of its own: Ward 4 representative Brian Faria. The agenda for the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Proposed changes to how the city illuminates its streets several years in the making were once again tabled by the current council at its meeting Tuesday night, June 5.The … more
The Rhode Island Department of Health recently awarded $42,000 in grants to 10 local groups, including $4,900 to Barrington, to work on projects related to climate change education and community … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In the face of opposition by area residents and their representative on the council, the body at its June 6 meeting deferred taking action on a proposed agreement between the city … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Rebuffed last year in his earlier attempt to get a similar measure presented to the voters on a special election ballot, a resolution offered up to the City Council at its June 5 … more
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