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Barrington Police Chief John LaCross was very pleased with the work of his department during the investigation following the Feb. 2 shooting on Maple Avenue.  But, the chief added, the local … more
To the editor:  To the Barrington Town Council and Tax Assessor — please cite what federal, state, or town law grants you the right to require any taxpayers of Barrington to supply you … more
To the editor: Before the advent of television, the cell phone, the internet etc., mass murders were only popularized by the killing actions of cult leaders, mad bombers and maybe an occasional … more
The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously Monday to endorse the creation of a special animal abuse unit within the District Attorney’s office. Animal rights activists had called for such a unit … more
To the editor: Would whoever took my clivia plant and my garden cart on Sunday please return it; no questions asked. The plant was free; the garden cart was not. Carolyn Montgomery Little … more
To the editor: As senior homeowners, living in our home for 42 years, our concerns about the senior tax exemption are many. The proposed changes to the exemption don't seem to be well thought out … more
The Warren Town Council gave thanks on behalf of a grateful town last week to Al Galinelli, who will retire at the end of the month after serving 29 years as Warren’s fire chief. In front of a … more
Tuesday, Oct. 10 Items were reported stolen from a business on Market Street. An officer found a disabled drone on Child Street, and contacted the owner. A possibly sick coyote was spotted … more
The Barrington Pop Warner Junior Pee Wees lost to Dartmouth, 20-7, on Sunday. A breakdown on the Eagles' offensive line allowed Dartmouth to take a 6-0 lead midway through the first quarter, as … more
Barrington celebrated back-to-back 3-0 wins last week, defeating Bay View on Tuesday, Oct. 10 and Ponaganset on Thursday, Oct. 12.   Maile Somera played well against a tough Ponaganset … more
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