January 26, 2006 RSS feed / News

Workshop to discuss humanities grants

The Preservation Society of Newport County and the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Newport County will co-host a public workshop by the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities on Tuesday, Jan. More...

Musings

If you have a problem with food, food may not be the More...

See private greenhouses on tour

The Rhode Island Wild Plant Society, in conjunction with Blithewold Gardens of Bristol, will host a March 25 garden tour called “Gardening Under Glass: A Greenhouse Tour.” More...

Town Meetings

Wednesday, Feb. 1 7 p.m., library: public workshop on remedial work and the 50 percent design plans for a new highway barn at the former landfill site. More...

NKHS principal fields islanders’ questions

After listening to a presentation at the Jan. 19 Jamestown School Committee meeting by North Kingstown High School Principal Gerry Foley and Director of Guidance Tim Chace, committee members were given an opportunity to ask questions. More...

Durning named to dean’s list

Ruth Durning of Jamestown was named to the dean’s list at Roger Williams University for the fall 2005 semester. A senior, Durning is majoring in psychology and secondary education. More...

Frostbite sailors return to the water

A record 10 sailors turned out for Sunday morning’s Conanicut Shellback Dinghy frostbiting series. After two weeks of cancelled racing due to bad weather, the sailors welcomed the sunny 40 degrees and light northerly winds. More...

Trees, what trees? We want to offer a huge thank-you to our More...

Attorneys open Jamestown office

Jamestowner Kristine S. Trocki and Brian R. Haskell, of Wickford, have opened Haskell Trocki, a new law firm at 38D Narragansett Ave., next to Anita Haircut and Chopmist Charlie’s. More...

Service club to hold info session at NKHS

North Kingstown High School students are invited to attend an information session about the Interact Club, which is dedicated to helping students be more involved in community service. More...

Iranian film next in foreign series

“Children of Heaven,” a film from Iran, will be the second screening in the 2006 Foreign Film Series at the Jamestown library. More...

Town Council accepts plea to visit classrooms

An impassioned plea for School Committee and Town Council members to visit town classrooms before making any votes on school spending was accepted by town councilors Monday without comment. More...

No public comment at landfill workshop

The Feb. 1 workshop on the landfill closure, including plans for a public works barn, is not intended for public comment, Town Councilor President David Long said Monday. More...