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A woman renting a Barrington apartment allegedly locked her dog inside a small room for more than a day without food or water and with interior temperatures exceeding 90 degrees. According to Barrington police, an officer was on routine … more
The U.S. Army released the following statement about the death of Bristol native P. Andrew McKenna, killed in an attack on his military base on Friday. The statement reads: "An Army Special Forces Soldier died Aug. 7 in Kabul, Afghanistan, … more
  CAPTION - Beach Committee Chairman chats with Jamey and Lisa Ellis as he does volunteer parking lot patrol duty at Cherry & Webb Beach in last Thursday’s heat. He’s empowered to hand out parking tickets to vehicles without … more
The East Bay Bay Lady Bulldogs won their third softball tournament championship in a row recently. Timely hitting from Maddy Cox, Kaylee Feather, Hannah Gibson, Alex Marinelli and Ali Levada combined with excellent defense and impressive … more
A number of Barrington residents saddled up for this year's Pan Mass Challenge as members of Fraid Knots, a team that raised more than $40,000 for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The Fraid Knots included Barrington residents Dave … more
First Sgt. P. Andrew McKenna, U.S. Army Special Forces, was killed Friday in a suicide bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan. A 1998 graduate of Mt. Hope High School, Sgt. McKenna was finishing his sixth tour of duty overseas — five in … more
Check out these open houses, taking place this weekend in the East Bay. Listings are organized by: Address, Date, Time, Home style, Beds, Baths, Price, Agency, Agent, Phone # Barrington 3 Donald Ross Road, Sunday, Aug. 9, 11 am-12:30 … more
The Office of National Drug Control Policy recently released the "Drug-Free Communities Support Program’s 2014 National Evaluation Report," which provided some promising results for towns including Barrington. The report shows that drug … more
Children from young to old celebrated the final day of the six-week summer program at Camp St. Dorothy in Bristol with their annual water battle Friday morning, which matches camper against camper, counselor against counselor, and camper against … more
A Barrington resident who first noticed that an osprey platform and nest had been destroyed by Tuesday morning's storm, has since spotted the ospreys using a nearby platform as a feeding station. David Winsor, who lives near Allin's Cove, … more
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