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A baker's dozen of open houses await you in Barrington this weekend, Sept. 29-30.
Bags of salad recalled due to potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections
A Salmonella outbreak led to more than 100 nut butter spreads recalled. Check out the complete list.
Business, Patch's House & Home
Three warranty deeds were recorded in the Barrington Town Hall last week.
Business, Local Connections, Awareness
The 'Take Six: Big Issues of 2012' series continues at 7 pm in the Barrington library with a talk on foreign policy; salon hosts night of 'Bedazzled Beauty.'
The company, which operates a store in the Barrington Shopping Plaza off of County Road, said the move could boost revenue.
Business, Local Connections
Citizens Bank honors Barrington man for quarter-century of service with a brick engraved with his name to placed in One Citizens Plaza in Providence.
Debra Hall of Barrington is the new director of corporate relations at WSBE.
Opinion, Real Estate
Did Sowams Nursery owner have much choice? Subsidized kayaks? Meanwhile, seniors keep moving away.
Volunteers in the News, Business
On Monday morning, Sept. 24, Special Olympians will work behind the counter of the Dunkin' Donuts in Barrington to kick off a fundraiser for the organization through National Coffee Day, Sept. 29.
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