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We have serious concerns regarding the noise, safety, access to and from our marina, and negative impact on our property values. more
The Westport Conservation Commission unanimously approved access road work at Horseneck Beach last fall, but filed a cease and desist order Wednesday afternoon after discovering that the scope of the … more
Here is the good news: The tax rate in Barrington is dropping from $20.30 per $1,000 of assessed property value to $14.75. Officials announced the new rate toward the end of the Financial Town … more
“I just love the feeling that we’re making a difference,” McKeever said. “It’s corny but that’s why we become nurses.” more
Unless it receives a last-minute infusion of cash, what the organization is referring to as a "Hail Mary" event, the Linn Health and Rehabilitation nursing home in East Providence will likely close … more
Yes to the monastery development. Yes to the $5 million bond for athletic fields. Yes to the school and municipal budgets totaling more than $95 million. Barrington taxpayers approved nearly all … more
A new boat ramp, parking lot, and site enhancements are all part of two major Independence Park projects, hopefully to start this fall and be complete by the spring of 2025. more
  In what may have been the shortest annual meeting in recent memory, 294 residents packed the auditorium at Wilbur & McMahon School for Tuesday night’s Financial Town Meeting in … more
On Friday, May 17, Barrington Police charged a 17-year-old Barrington girl with seven counts of receiving stolen goods, three counts of weapons other than firearms prohibited, mace used for other … more
Westport will mark the sacrifices made by its armed service members with a parade and ceremony this coming Monday, May 27. Veterans and town officials will lay a wreath, with a rifle salute and … more
Days after bulldozers carved off a sizable chunk of the Horseneck Beach dunes, the Westport Conservation Commission ordered the Mass. Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Wednesday to … more
Crosstown competitors East Providence High School and St. Mary Academy-Bay View meet for the second time in as many years in the Division III postseason, this time in the quarterfinal round of the … more
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank announced on Monday, May 20, it had issued a $41,630,000 Clean Water State Revolving Fund bond, with $5,200,000 in principal forgiveness stemming … more
The Barrington High School sailing team finished seventh at the National Invitational Tournament (NIT) for the Founder’s Trophy, which was held in Chicago last weekend.   Barrington … more
Barrington School officials are proposing a $3.1 million increase for the proposed school budget.   The $3.1 million bump, if approved by voters at this year’s Financial Town Meeting, … more
In what could be the last financial town meeting ever in Barrington, residents will be asked to approve a $65.8 million school budget, a $21.8 million municipal budget, and a $5 million bond. … more
Quinn Murphy belted a three-run homer in the first inning as Barrington swept its season series from Mount St. Charles by coasting to an 18-2 victory on Tuesday, May 21. The Eagles (15-3) … more
PORTSMOUTH — The public is invited to a Memorial Day ceremony and reception scheduled for 11 a.m. on Monday, May 27, at VFW Post 5390, 822 Anthony Road. more
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