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Just how bad is the condition of the Barrington High School track oval? Near the long jump, pole vault and high jump approaches, the surface has pulled loose from the base layer. On the turn … more
Laura Daly of the Boston Globe had this to say about Grace Morrison, "Her voice smacks of Jewel, and her style, cadence, and song structure is every inch from the school of Joan Osborne, … more
To the editor: The other day I was thinking about my recent visit to the RI Blood Center. It might seem surprising, but my thoughts focused on regret and embarrassment. I am approaching 70 and … more
To the editor: Support for various social causes, as meritorious as it might be, is fraught with the same difficulties as support for political agendas. Namely, it is inevitably divisive. The … more
To the editor: In the April 3 edition of the Barrington Times there was an article about the new property tax assessments . The article included the percent increase for a random sampling of … more
Voters on Tuesday soundly defeated the town’s proposed $35 million water and sewer project, voting nearly two to one to reject the $35 million debt exclusion in advance of next month’s … more
To the editor: How sad Town Councilors have no respect for Barrington Veterans. The Barrington United Veterans Council (BUVC) will no longer support or be affiliated with a local town government … more
The expectations are high for the Barrington High School boys volleyball team this year.   BHS Coach Christian Lambert said the Eagles are an experienced, senior-heavy team team. Last year, … more
Too Klez For Comfort will present a high-energy traditional klezmer and Jewish repertoire, Yiddish theater pieces, jazz standards, original works, and borscht belt Latin numbers. Members are John … more
This unassuming Water Street shop in downtown Warren holds a fascinating story of true love, determination, and a quarter century of success. more
Well underway and on schedule albeit very early in the process, a formal groundbreaking ceremony for the Martin Middle School renovation project was held on the Brown Street grounds Tuesday morning, … more
A collaborative project between the school's CTE and arts programs, the house was designed in the style of Disney's "Encanto", and was delivered to a girl battling cancer. more
Concerts at the Point will present Boyd Meets Girl (Australian classical guitarist Rupert Boyd and American cellist Laura Metcalf). The duo has toured the world sharing their eclectic mix of music … more
PORTSMOUTH — It’s not every day you get to play on the White House lawn, but a local 6-year-old recently did just that. Nathan Kearns, a first-grader at St. Philomena School, got to … more
Arjun Bansal is not wasting any time.   He moves his pawns out first, creating lanes for his bishops to attack. Across the chess board, Arjun’s unknowing victim struggles to map out … more
The Barrington High School chess team finished first in the Ocean State Scholastic High School Chess League this season.   Barrington finished with 9.5 match points and a total of 37.5 game … more
A Westport Point homeowner accused of building a large pool retaining wall structure without the proper town approvals has filed suit against the Westport Historical Commission, claiming board … more
The cupboard is far from bare for new head coach Nick Boyce as he takes over the reins of the East Providence High School girls' lacrosse program in time for the 2024 season. Boyce, a Social … more
The renowned Greg Abate Quartet will perform with Abate on saxophone and flute, Paul Del Nero on bass, Matt DeChamplain on piano, and Gary Johnson on drums. The state house is handicapped accessible … more
Little Compton officials are looking for public comments as they update the town’s Hazard Mitigation and Flood Management Plan, as required by the federal government. The plan, currently … more
A steady stream of fishermen gave the Tiverton Town Council an earful Monday night over proposed ordinance changes that would restrict fishing at some of the town’s most popular areas, and … more
A Newport County Superior Court judge last week ruled against the local citizens group Green Oceans, which had sued to prevent Revolution Wind from going forward with plans to install 65 turbines … more
The Barrington High School girls lacrosse team lost to Portsmouth 12-7 on Thursday, April 4 and dropped to 1-1 in the division.   Anna Lombardi led the Eagles with two goals and six draw … more
The Barrington High School baseball team knocked off St. Raphael’s Academy 10-2 on Monday night, April 8, and improved to 3-0 in the division. The victory over the Saints followed a … more
Coggeshall Farm Museum will open for the season on Saturday with live demonstrations and conversations with historians at the blacksmith shop and the cheese house. Friendly farm animals include … more
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