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Hampden Meadows or Sowams — which will it be? On Thursday night, Dec. 7, members of the Barrington School Committee chose the Sowams School site for the construction of a preK to Grade 5 … more
Are you brave enough to take the plunge? The Barrington Business and Community Association will host the annual New Year’s Day Dip in the Bay on Jan. 1, 2024 at noon at Barrington Beach. … more
A new compost drop-off site in Barrington will be open to the public starting Monday, Dec. 11. The site is the creation of Barrington High School students Sabine Cladis and Emma Pautz — … more
The Barrington Town Council followed the recommendation of the Park and Recreation Commission and ranked a grant application for a new skatepark behind Town Hall higher than an application for … more
Jason Knight is considering running for Rhode Island Attorney General.   Knight, a Barrington resident, is in his fourth term as Representative for District 67, which includes sections of … more
The trees have been removed, but the cement pad is staying put.   Town officials responded to some of the concerns residents shared about recent changes made to Latham Park.   … more
In September, the Sogkonate Garden Club of Little Compton collected over 87 pounds of trash from our beaches in one day and over the past year, Friends of the Saugatucket in Wakefield collected over … more
The annual tree-lighting celebration drew an excited crowd to Barrington Town Hall on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 2.   There was plenty of excitement leading up to the tree-lighting: … more
One resident said he preferred expanding and renovating Hampden Meadows School because the site offers more space and greater flexibility. Another said Sowams School was the better option … more
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