April 27, 2017 RSS feed / News

MARKET BOOM

Exactly a week after 1088 East Shore Road was sold for $5.75 million, Lila Delman Real Estate double-downed by selling another multi-million-dollar property on the same street. More...

Commissioners waive sewer charge for leak

For the second time this year, the town councilors unanimously waved the sewage fee for a property that sprung a leak in its outdoor shower.  More...

Dutra Farm site would be pricey solar project

Building a solar array on the Dutra Farm site along Route 138 eastbound would price the energy partner out of the project, Town Administrator Andy Nota reported.  More...

Land trust honors volunteers

At its 33rd annual meeting last Thursday, the Conanicut Island Land Trust honored four workers for their contributions last year, including the 2017 volunteer of the year, Mike Patterson.  More...

CARIBBEAN DREAMING

Prospector cruises in the Caribbean during the first day of the Les Voiles de St. Barth earlier this month. The 68-foot Mills design beat 13 maxi yachts en route to finishing second overall. More...

Cirellas turn triple play at Salve

With Salve Regina tied 1-1 in the top of the ninth inning, a freshman designated hitter with the surname Cirella strode to the plate. More...

Clubhouse could meet its fate at Monday meeting

The town councilors will have to decide on a clubhouse Monday in order for a warrant to appear at the June 5 budget vote.  A new clubhouse at the golf course has been mulled for more than five years. More...

Library takes lesson on lights, camera, action

North Road landmark is starring in commercial

Although it’s always considered show time during Lisa Sheley’s storytelling, there were more lights, camera and action last week than ever before.  More...

Reservoir reaches its capacity for summer

After dropping below the halfway point in September for the first time in 68 months, the North Reservoir began spilling over three weeks ago, completing a 40-million-gallon turnover in 90 days. More...

Graduating senior wins scholarship

Jamestown resident John Beretta, a senior at Providence Country Day School, was awarded a corporate grant through the National Merit Scholarship Program.  More...

A WILD WEEK OF WILDLIFE

During spring break from school, the library hosted a slate of educational programs to teach vacationing students about wildlife. Among the presenters were the Biomes Marine Biology Center, Casey Farm’s Project Chick and the Audubon Society. More...

WHERE IN THE WORLD?

Nautilus Street residents Tannen and Linden Philo took The Jamestown Press to the Snaefellsnes peninsula in western Iceland during their April spring break from school. More...