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Cranston Mayor and candidate for governor Allan Fung spoke with a group of Barrington High School students recently.  Mayor Fung took time during his campaign to speak with the BHS Young … more
The Coastal Resources Management Council recently approved an application for demolition and construction work for the Palmer Pointe affordable housing development.  The East Bay Community … more
PORTSMOUTH — A member of the citizens group involved in the review of the updated Comprehensive Community Plan criticized the pace of progress on the document during a Planning Board … more
Since 2011, Barrington schools have used $3.79 million in budget surpluses to build new parking lots, remove asbestos from buildings and upgrade an elementary school water main. According to the … more
Barrington school officials are proposing a level-services budget for next year. But despite no additional personnel requests, the proposed budget still includes a $1.6 million (or 3.3 percent) … more
The Barrington School Committee voted unanimously on Thursday night, Feb. 1 to hire Brait Builders Corporation to construct a new middle school in town.  Brait was the low-bidder for the … more
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent Tuesday morning in Bristol, to the delight of a small crowd of adoring fans who gave the liberal icon several standing ovations. Appearing in … more
Barrington TAPIN (Touch A Person In Need), Inc. is currently recruiting volunteers with knowledge and experience in these targeted skill areas: • Information technology and telecomm • … more
A "lunch and learn" at Sowams School is leading to some much-needed improvements at Kent Street Pond. Barrington Town Council member Steve Boyajian visited Sowams School in late November for a … more
During a meeting Monday night, members of the Barrington School Building Committee voted unanimously to recommend awarding the bid to build a new middle school to Brait Builders … more
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