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A Rhode Island Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday, May 25, that the Barrington School Committee violated the state’s Open Meetings Act by failing to provide sufficient notice before enacting … more
A large group of Barrington High School students walked out of class on Thursday afternoon in protest to gun violence, and as a call to action for local and national legislators. The walk-out was … more
The monastery stays. Taxpayers at Wednesday night’s financial town meeting voted down a resolution that would have opened the door for the possible demolition of the former Carmelite … more
To the editor: “They went with songs to the battle, they were youngStraight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglowThey were staunch to the end against all odds uncountedThey fell with their … more
To the editor: Our legislators must pass H7442/S2549, the Equality in Abortion Coverage Act, out of committee in the name of religious freedom.In listening to the testimonies provided to the House … more
To the editor: I write to encourage all voters in Barrington to attend Wednesday night’s Financial Town Meeting at the Barrington High School Auditorium at 7 p.m. and to vote … more
To the editor: I would like to explain my vote on the recommended budgets for the schools and the town and what I learned while going through the budget process. I voted with the majority on … more
To the editor: I’m writing in support of preserving and renovating the monastery building at 25 Watson Avenue in Barrington. The town council has decided to go to the Financial Town Meeting … more
To the editor: We are respectfully submitting a minority statement to explain our negative votes at the Ad Hoc 25 Watson Avenue committee on April 25, to have the option to demolish the Monastery … more
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