June 15, 2006 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Tennis tourney benefits medical fund

The first Roger Chase Memorial Tennis Tournament was a tremendous success. We netted more than $2,500, which will benefit the Jamestown Medical Fund and the fire department. More...

Important lessons learned from art

Eighty students from the Lawn Avenue School had the adventure of a field trip Friday, June 2, to view firsthand how art is a part of our world outside of the classroom. More...

8th graders enjoy nation's capital

We just returned from the Washington, D.C., trip with 50 students from the Lawn Avenue eighth-grade class. More...

Hoe ram work eliminates need for lengthy bridge closures

The demolition of the old Jamestown Bridge moved into a new phase last week, using a mechanical demolition device called a hoe ram that will break apart the remaining concrete piers without the use of above-water explosives. More...

Lifeguards stand watch in good and bad weather

The town-owned beach at Mackerel Cove opens this Saturday with a complement of five lifeguards for the 2006 season, said town Recreation Director Matt Bolles. More...

Thanks for the memories

The Naval War College families are getting ready to move on to new More...

Thanks to Rotary Club for donation

As you know, grade 6-3 has been exchanging letters with a class from Ugunja, Kenya, and helping support the Ugunja Community Resource Center. More...