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Barrington's Troop 2 can boast seven new Eagle Scouts this year. The Scouts range in age from 14 to 18 and completed some impressive projects to earn their Eagle Scout rank.  Following … more
This week at Burr’s Hill summer camp: The first weeks of summer camp have been a great success, with record numbers of kids this year. A few notes about what’s happening this week: * … more
Dozens of horn players climbed atop what resembled a giant wedding cake in the middle of the football field, while drummers, xylophone players, rifle twirlers and dancers spread out across the field … more
On Thursday evening, June 23, Warrenites gathered at the historic Maxwell House to celebrate the beginning of Warren’s Historic Site Marker program. Sandy Scott, retired engineer and … more
PORTSMOUTH — Tiverton held off the Portsmouth Little League softball 11-12 Majors All-Stars' attempt at winning the District 2 title Tuesday night, taking a 13-3 victory in a game … more
Police charged two Barrington men after the individuals were allegedly spotted stealing traffic cones early Thursday morning, June 30. Police received a call from someone who said they spotted … more
Jeff Danielian couldn’t keep the smile off his face. He was pacing around the large main room of “Fort Foreclosure,” the Water Street art studio and home of William Schaff, talking poetry. … more
The Barrington 12-year-olds All Star team powered past Tiverton, 10-0, in an elimination bracket game on Tuesday night, July 5, in Tiverton. Barrington held a 7-0 lead when Thomas Rocha blasted a … more
LITTLE COMPTON — The Summer Church Fair in Little Compton, presented by the United Congregational Church on Saturday, July 9, promises a cornucopia of activities, tastes, fun, and sounds to suit all ages. Beginning on Friday night, with a concert in the church by The Gnomes — a 5-piece band playing global folk-fusion tunes — the fair unfolds, rain or shine, all day Saturday on and around the Commons. more
LITTLE COMPTON — Candidates running for Town Council and School Committee are the only candidates in town facing competititon in the 2016 election cycle. All other positions, and the candidates seking them, are uncontested. more
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