April 16, 2015 RSS feed / News

Hopeful Eagle Scout leads clearing effort

As passersby this week made their way up North Road just past the Route 138 onramp, they may have noticed a three-sided stone wall on their right side. More...

Harbor panel balks at identifying hazardous rocks

Should the Harbor Management Commission mark dangerous submerged rocks to alert boaters about the hazard? Commissioner William Harsch raised the subject at the commission’s April 8 meeting. More...

Scholarships

Leigha Carlisle Applications for the Leigha Carlisle Scholarship are available at the North Kingstown High School guidance office. Leigha’s father, Clayton, established the scholarship in her memory. More...

Support staff

From left, Island Realty team members Ginny Prichett, Michael Dym, Dianne Grippi, Carol Hopkins and Joyce Antoniello on Sunday participated in the Day One 5K to end sexual violence. More...

Activities planned during April vacation

With April vacation on the horizon, children’s librarian Lisa Sheley has a busy week planned. The Jamestown schools will be closed from Monday, April 20, through Friday, April 24. More...

FOR THE RECORD

In last week’s article about the proposed Block Island wind farm, a separate project that was also mentioned was misidentified (“Marine scientist considers merits of offshore wind farm,” April 9). More...

Arts center receives legislative grant for scientific project

Rep. Deb Ruggiero presented a legislative grant for $1,000 to the Jamestown Arts Center for a science-based arts project, which is slated to launch in September. More...