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For a community of its size, means and resources, Barrington has the most underwhelming array of recreational facilities in Rhode Island. Through many budgets and many changes in government, … more
Maybe it will work best in the parking lot behind Barrington Town Hall. Or maybe it would have been better tucked away in a quiet corner of Haines Park. Or maybe, as one resident suggested, Chianese … more
The communities of Bristol and Warren have almost everything going for them. They are home to beautiful coastlines, world-class sailing, historic downtowns, working farms, booming manufacturers, … more
This is not a great time to build a new school or rehabilitate an old school. Construction costs are soaring. The Massachusetts School Building Authority tracks data on major school construction … more
Bristol and Warren voters are set to make perhaps the most significant financial decision in their combined history in just over a month, so why is there so little apparent interest in the topic? more
The Dziedzic family understands the value of preserving open space in a community like Barrington, where houses and sheds feel like they are beginning to outnumber trees. We only wish our town … more
The Barrington School District is doing a great job attempting to inform residents of the largest spending decision in the history of the town. It happens a month from now. Hopefully people are … more
Former U.S. Rep. David Cicilline put Rhode Island in a precarious position when he left office months after winning re-election to take another, more lucrative job. The result is an important federal … more
Not all short term rentals are bad, or disruptive of neighbors, or a nuisance. While it’s clear that the Spinnaker Way rental  was truly a nuisance, the zoning board’s recent … more
A quick shout out is warranted for members of Warren’s Town Council and two local residents, who during their monthly meeting held last week helped restore faith that even one or two people can make a difference in how their local government operates. more
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