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An ongoing debate about whether the town council was right to open Barrington Beach parking to non-residents could be made slightly less contentious by news out of the Rhode Island Department of … more
The first weekend of the summer season saw the sale of 30 non-resident day passes at Barrington Town Beach. According to the director of recreation and leisure services, 20 non-resident day … more
PORTSMOUTH — A false distress call from a boat later found in a Bristol marina led to a large-scale search in Mt. Hope Bay Sunday afternoon. more
Circumnavigator Lange to celebrate homecoming Friday She left Bristol last July 21, and solo sailor Donna Lange will return to her adopted town on May 27 after her second solo … more
PORTSMOUTH — As a freshman in high school, few people expect you to know what you want to do for the rest of your life, not do they expect you to immediately pursue your … more
They’re little more than tiny grains now. But in a year’s time, many of the 50,000 or more baby oysters bound soon for Warren will be big enough to harvest, waiting to be plucked by … more
A local man recently snapped a photo of a disturbing trend in Barrington — poop bags on poles. In an email to the Barrington Times, the resident wrote that he started noticing the … more
The osprey are back in Barrington.  After spending much of the cold weather months in warmer climates, the fishing birds have returned to this part of New England and have been spotted all … more
PORTSMOUTH — On a cool Saturday afternoon, 47 volunteers from Clean Ocean Access (COA) removed 373 pounds of small- to medium-sized marine debris along the waterfront at the end of … more
One of the most elaborate boats ever built in the East Bay will steam down the Warren River some time this week, bound first for Quonset Point but ultimately, for the nation’s first wind farm … more
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