January 5, 2006 RSS feed / News

Fillmore objects given to historical society

The family of Captain Harry Fillmore has donated some of the his personal possessions to the Jamestown Historical Society. More...

Man breaks leg on photo safari at Ft. Wetherill

A Barrington man in town to take pictures Monday fell on the rocks at Ft. Wetherill and suffered what appeared to be a broken leg. More...

Rocky Hill planning open house

Rocky Hill School in East Greenwich will host an Admission Open House for families interested in preschool through grade 12 on Sunday, Jan. 29, from 1 to 3 p.m. More...

Town Meetings

Thursday, Jan. 5 7 p.m., Lawn school: the School Committee meets. More...

Count the island birds this Saturday

This coming Saturday a group of hardy souls will get up at sunrise and get out in whatever the weather may bring for the purpose of counting birds. More...

Small business breakfasts scheduled by Jamestown Chamber of Commerce

The Jamestown Chamber of Commerce will host a breakfast series geared to the needs of small business owners this winter. More...

Island police department launches its own Web site

The Jamestown Police Department this week launched its own Web site that is accessible through the town's Internet site at www.jamestownri.net/police. More...

Town Council members in agreement on major issues

Jamestown's elected leaders look ahead after six months on the job

It may not even be news: Jamestown's Town Council members agree. More...

Are you ready for a winter storm?

The American Red Cross suggests that everyone in the region start thinking about being prepared in case the area gets hit by a major winter storm. More...

Purple Door moves again, but only two doors down

Purple Door owner Deb Goyette has announced that she is moving her popular bead and jewelry store, yet again, though this time it is only two doors down from her current location. More...

Estes wins two architectural awards

Two houses by Jamestown architect Jim Estes of Estes/Twombly Architects were recently recognized by the Rhode Island Chapter of the American Institute of Architects at its annual awards ceremony. More...

And the winners are . . . Mike and Matt Bonner of Jamestown were the winners of the giant Christmas stocking, which is given away annually at Jamestown Hardware. More...

Save The Bay's 2006 seal watch cruise season begins

Save The Bay Rose Island Seal Watch Cruises aboard the Alletta Morris offer an up-close look at the winter seals of Narragansett Bay. More...

Where in the World is the Jamestown Press? Jim and Maribeth Traer visited children and grandchildren in Viterbo, Italy, over the Christmas holiday. The photo was taken on the steps of the Papal Palace. More...