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Barrington Police received multiple reports last weekend of white nationalist flyers scattered on nearly a dozen roads in town. The flyers had been left inside plastic sandwich bags and weighed down with small rocks; they were located on Washington Road, Cedar … more
Barrington Police responded to the wooded area surrounding Prince’s Pond at about 8:45 on Wednesday morning, May 24 for a report of a suspicious condition. Police received a call from a … more
Bicycles, tents, storage bins, empty propane tanks and other items were packed up on Monday afternoon, May 1, and ready to be removed from a homeless encampment inside Veterans Park. Barrington … more
A Washington Road resident stopped into the Barrington Police station on Tuesday, April 11, after finding two arrows in his backyard. The resident’s property is located a short distance … more
For more than five decades, the Carmelite monastery on Watson Avenue was filled with little more than an occasional whisper.  But earlier this month, the now-vacant monastery echoed with the … more
Barrington Police are giving the homeless people living in Veterans Park a little more time to move out.   On Wednesday, March 1, Barrington Police officers hiked through the woods behind … more
The Rhode Island Police Accreditation Commission recently held its awards ceremony to recognize six police departments that achieved re-accreditation, as well as three individuals for their … more
A motorist called Barrington Police on Thursday morning, March 16, following an incident with a bicyclist. The female motorist told police she was driving down Lincoln Avenue with her young … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Animal Control is seeking the public’s help in identifying the owner of dog. On March 16, East Providence police responded to Rumford Pets at 865 … more
Two Barrington residents were arrested following an incident that occurred late on Friday night, March 17, in Warren. more
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