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A high ranking executive with Ava Anderson Non Toxic is facing a felony charge for allegedly stealing more than $50,000 of the company’s products and selling them in Key West, Fla. under a … more
Two Barrington Pop Warner football teams played great defense when it mattered most, shutting down squads from Wareham, Mass. and securing victories over the weekend. The Junior Midgets allowed two first half touchdowns, but their defense … more
LaSalle wasted very little time building a lead against Barrington on Friday. The Rams hit on a 50-yard touchdown pass, and increased the lead on another touchdown a few minutes later. The Rams capitalized after Barrington fumbled away its first … more
The Barrington High School girls' volleyball team remained undefeated with a pair of wins last week, defeating Lincoln 25-25-21, 28-26 and Mt. Hope, 25-18, 25-12, 25-20. "Though we swept both teams each match was a welcome challenge for the … more
Barrington police are thanking a resident who may have helped officials thwart a dangerous situation at the high school last week. According to police, the resident contacted police on Thursday, Sept. 17, after learning from his child that … more
Barrington police officer Josh Melo had just finished a long shift and was heading back to the station when something caught his eye. A small group of teenagers had gathered at the high school soccer field to kick around a ball. Normally, … more
A high ranking executive with Ava Anderson Non Toxic is facing a felony charge for allegedly stealing more than $50,000 of the company’s products and selling them in Key West, Fla. under a different brand name. Robert Anderson, 59, of … more
People who love their cats really, really, really love their cats. But how far would you go to get yours back? Police are investigating a suspected case of “catnapping” after a Warren man allegedly climbed through a bedroom window to snatch … more
It is a volunteer operation. Bristol Fire Department members are quick to point that out. This detail came up in the speeches at Sunday’s truck dedication for late Deputy Fire Chief Frank Sousa. A banner behind the stage read: Now … more
An overpowering start by Burrillville sent Tiverton football to defeat in Saturday evening’s game in Tiverton. Burrillville scored 15 points in the first quarter and added 19 in the second quarter to build a 34-0 halftime lead. … more
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