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High school students from the National Honor Society at Barrington Christian Academy spent the whole day on Friday packing bags that will be delivered to boys and girls who are currently being served … more
The “Hangover Classic” has been a New Year’s Day tradition for 32 years. The race is a classic-style road race that lets runners start the year off on the right foot. The flat and fast course is through Colt State Park, along Bristol Harbor and beautiful Poppasquash Road. more
Three Eagles finished in double figures, pacing Barrington to a 69-24 win over Central on Wednesday, Dec. 14. Grace Coutu scored 17 points, Glory Ellison had 15 and Andrea Kubas-Meyer added 13 as the … more
Barrington fell behind 28-21 against North Providence in a league game on Friday, Dec. 16, but the Eagles outscored the Cougars 30-16 in the second half and powered to a 51-44 victory. William … more
Barrington remained undefeated after skating to lopsided wins over East Providence/Lincoln 7-0 and PCD/St. Raphael/Wheeler 7-3.  Against PCD/St. Raphael/Wheeler, Barrington opened a 3-0 first … more
Janice Mae (Schuster) Mello passed peacefully on 16 December 2016 at Coliseum Nursing Home in Hampton, Virginia. Born 7 October 1929 in West Warwick, RI. Preceded in death by her husband John Mello … more
This year was another good year for Barrington, as it celebrated another year without a pedestrian fatality. That makes 56 years and running. At a luncheon held on Dec. 6, law enforcement, traffic … more
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