October 6, 2005 RSS feed / News

Remarks about illegal sludge dumping challenged

A news story last week about illegal dumping of sludge at the site of the former town landfill in 1999 was challenged by Paul Robertson, one of three Jamestown Wastewater Treatment Plant operators. More...

Births

Thomas A daughter, Cordelia Rose, was born Sept. 6, 2005 at home to Lydia Thomas and Ricky Thomas of 99 Howland Ave. More...

Baptist church to host speaker from power company

The Central Baptist Church will host Erich Stephens of People’s Power and Light from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday, Oct. 16. More...

Learn about volunteer opportunities at library fair

The Friends of the Jamestown Library are sponsoring a Volunteer Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Jamestown library. More...

Council meets tonight with school panel

The Town Council last week set or reviewed dates for several upcoming meetings and issues. They also approved permits for two events. More...

Soccer Scores

Results for Oct. More...

Proposed LNG site a matter of cost and profits

The liquefied natural gas battle is basically a matter of cost and profits for capitalists versus the concerns of consumers, according to panelists at a Sept. 27 forum held at Portsmouth High School. Jamestown town officials attended the meeting. More...

Thirty seconds over Jamestown The flying camera snapped this picture of the Dutra Farm. Photo by Don Bousquet More...

Bowen’s wharf celebrates 15th annual festival

The annual Bowen’s Wharf Seafood Festival will be held next weekend, Oct. 15 and 16 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at locations around the wharf. More...

Town Meetings

Monday, October 10 Columbus Day observed. All town facilities will be closed. More...

Islander honored with nature walk

The Rhode Island Wild Plant Society will hold a walk in memory of the late Jamestown naturalist, Richard Champlin. More...

North Kingstown High School cheerleaders raise funds to go to national championships

Jamestowners Kalyn Stark, Rochelle Rose, and Abby Durand are on a team of 23 young women cheerleaders at North Kingstown High School. They were the 20032004 Rhode Island state champions, and the team placed second in the 2004-2005 state competition. More...