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We owe the community an explanation for our coverage of graffiti, vandalism and hate speech in the July 26 issue of the Barrington Times. As many remember, that issue included a front-page story … more
The school department is deep into the process of redesigning and possibly rebuilding schools. That process has been happening for more than two years, has continued through two versions of the … more
Despite a heavy drenching of rain that lasted more than an hour, before and at the start of Tuesday’s parade, the show went on. Many marchers were dripping wet. Many spectators were beyond soaked. Yet most stuck it out, dealt with the consequences, and had a great time. more
Warren’s downtown has something other Main Streets just don’t, and they are primed to lose one of those spots on Friday. It is, for lack of a better word, a bummer. more
There was a time when Barrington was cartoonishly hypocritical. For many years, it was Rhode Island’s only “dry” town, meaning you could not buy booze here in town. Of course, … more
The fact that the Mt. Hope High School Class of 2023 graduated amidst the looming threat of a thunderstorm could not have been more appropriate. more
Around this time last year, The Portsmouth Times received an anonymous (of course!) letter in the mail from someone who didn’t like our coverage of Portsmouth High School’s graduation … more
A year ago, no one could have imagined that the Barrington School Committee would quickly become the model for openness in government. For much of the past five years, that board was mired in … more
In the early days of America, residents in small New England communities would gather for “town meetings” to make spending, infrastructure or investment decisions, as a community. Those … more
Rhode Island needs to pass a law regulating electric bicycles and their use on bike paths. A bill before the General Assembly would do that, but the current version is flawed and potentially … more
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