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Barrington officials are meeting today to discuss school security. Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha, Superintendent of Schools Michael Messore and Police Chief John LaCross are among those who … more
The owner of a $250,000 home in Warren would pay $76.49 more this coming year in a spending plan unveiled Friday by Interim Town Manager Kate Michaud’s office. Ms. Michaud’s proposed budget … more
The Barrington Town Manager will include money in his proposed municipal budget to make the school resource officer a full-time position. Funding for Barrington's school resource officer is … more
The public is invited to a special meeting tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 28, discussing Safe Routes to School projects in town. The meeting will be held at Primrose Hill School at 7 p.m., and will … more
Barrington Police Chief John LaCross said it is time to make the school resource officer a full-time position. Currently, SRO Josh Melo splits his time between the six public schools and regular … more
The Barrington Committee on Appropriations will meet on Tuesday, Feb. 27 to discuss the municipal capital budget. The meeting will be held at the Barrington Middle School library at 7 … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A proposal to construct an upscale housing development located on vacant land in Riverside owned by a noted local developer received two key approvals from the city council at its … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The city council at its’ meeting Tuesday night, Feb. 20, approved a request by City Manager Tim Chapman to contract with the state for funds to improve the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The message was clear and definitive. East Providence’s drinking water is safe. The notice sent out to residents two weeks ago was done so because of policy and … more
Joe Piccerelli is ending his more than 40-year career with the Barrington Department of Public Works. His last day is Friday, Feb. 23. He worked his way up, starting on the back of a rubbish truck … more
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