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Should youth sports leagues pay the town more money for athletic field maintenance? That is the question Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha is considering.  Mr. Cunha met with members of … more
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Barrington Police Captain Dino DeCrescenzo said there has been a string of recent car break-ins in town and across the rest of the state, but many times the larcenies are not being reported. Capt. … more
A company founded by Barrington's Jacob Brier and his wife Dani Sahner Brier recently hosted its tenth and final Ride’ Round Rhody bike-athon.  This year's event raised $75,000 for … more
Barrington police officers were locked in a tense standoff with a Seekonk man on Sunday night, Aug. 5. Police received a 911 call at about 9:40 p.m. from a woman who said her boyfriend had just … more
The passing of Roger Williams University President Donald J. Farish leaves a sad and sudden void that will be difficult to fill at RWU, in this state and nationwide where he set a coveted model … more
TIVERTON — One heavily used Ford F350 plow truck, a pair of lightly used commercial grade convection ovens, a couple of wood shop table saws, a thickness planer and much more will be up for sale … more
WaterRower officials have signed a purchase and sale agreement to purchase the sprawling Parker Mills on Metacom Avenue for $3 million. WaterRower CEO Peter King confirmed the signing Tuesday … more
Barrington Town Manager Jim Cunha did not want to wait.  The town's top official ordered brush clearing and tree trimming near Barrington roads that intersect with the East Bay Bike Path, … more
When Sam Santoro asked to become a cub scout at Primrose Hill School back in 2003, his parents never could have envisioned the path that the decision would lead him on.   Fast forward from … more
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