September 8, 2005 RSS feed / News

Looks like fun

A kite sailor takes to the waves at Mackerel Cove over the Labor Day weekend. Photo by Don Miller More...

The Island Garden

It’s decision time. Do you put the vegetable garden to bed for More...

Narrangasett Cafe joins hurricane relief efforts

On Sunday, Sept. 11, bartender Kenny Bond of the Narragansett Cafe will donate all of his tips to a relief fund for victims of Hurricane Katrina. More...

Where in the World is the Jamestown Press?

Lydia Lis read the Press while visiting in Limans, France. She spent two weeks in July with the University of Rhode Island Undergraduate Honors String Quartet performing throughout Provence. More...

Proposals sought for after-school activities

The Jamestown schools are seeking proposals for after-school enrichment programs to be held in eight-week sessions in the fall, winter and spring. More...

Caley appointed president of College of Psychiatric and Neurologic Pharmacists

Charles Caley, an associate clinical professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy and Clinical Psychopharmacology and a consultant at the Institute of Living in Hartford, Conn., was recently appointed president o More...

U.S. Air Force set to fly over Jamestown, Newport

On Thursday, Sept. 15, U. S. Air Force students and faculty assigned to the Naval War College will host a celebration in honor of the Air Force’s 58th anniversary. More...

Tracking Conanicus

Conanicus, the young male osprey from Marsh Meadows in Jamestown, recently flew to New Bedford with an apparant stopover at the Westport River. More...

Where in the World is the Jamestown Press?

A group of Jamestowners took the Press to the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, while on a ski excursion last winter with Mark and Mary Ann Liberati. More...

Council to decide whether to charge for town services at benefits and events

Should the town begin to charge do-gooders for benefits and other events — even the Fools Rules and the July 4 fireworks? More...

Classic car show at Fort Getty raises funds for Hurricane Katrina victims

The seventh annual Jamestown Seaside Family Cruise, a classic car show held at Ft. Getty on Sunday, attracted fans of all ages. More...

Town Meetings

Monday, Sept. 12 6 p.m., Town Hall: the Affordable Housing Committee meets. More...

Humane society sponsors photo contest

Does your pet have a unique personality? More...

Harsch files to run for attorney general’s office

Will make bid on Republican ticket

Jamestown Town Solicitor J. William W. More...

Grant money available for local projects

The Jamestown Education Foundation is seeking grant applications. Anyone interested in running an educational or cultural program or project that benefits Jamestown students should apply. Specific criteria are available with the application. More...

New program at Curves

Curves is launching a new program, available to members and nonmembers alike, that will help women lose those extra pounds. More...

Second water tower to reduce the size of new water plant

The new water treatment plant would have to be 10 times bigger to produce the same fire protection benefits that a second waterstorage tower will provide, Director of Public Works Steven Goslee explained in an interview last week. More...