The most complete and most convenient source for news and information about the borough of Barrington, N.J.
In its relatively short lifetime, the Barrington Bulletin has reported on borough redevelopment efforts, criminal activity, floods and other weather situations, borough council meetings, school board meetings and more, while also offering photos and videos of parades, fireworks displays and festivals.
And, as of this week, those efforts to chronicle life in our home have resulted in more than 50,000 page views. Not bad for a borough of about 7,000 residents.
As I’ve said before, I started the Bulletin to keep my journalism skills sharpened after I left the Courier-Post (where I had served as Opinion Editor for four years and Online Manager for another five) and to serve the news needs of a community — my community — that was not being adequately served by established media.
I feel very lucky to have found such a welcoming and engaging community. And I’m looking forward to another 50,000 page views — and more — as we continue moving forward.
Thank you all,