June 22, 2006 RSS feed / News

Town officials may take summer residents on tours of dilapidated facilities

The Town Council may provide unusual activities for summer residents, according to a recent meeting exchange. More...

Mulderig earns science award

Drew Mulderig received the Excellence Award in Science for his junior year at Hyde School in Bath, Maine. Mulderig is the son of Robert and Jane Mulderig of Jamestown. More...

At the colleges

+ Sarah England of Jamestown graduated magna cum laude May18 from Tyler School of Art of Temple University with a bachelor of fine arts in metals, jewelry, CAD-CAM and a minor in art history. More...

Lawn Avenue School students recognized at year-end ceremony

academic awards at a ceremony held Friday, June 16. More...

Pennfield graduates two islanders

Two Jamestown students graduated June 8 from the Pennfield School in Portsmouth. During the school's 35th commencement ceremonies, Elizabeth R. Cook and Read H. van der Wal graduated from the eighth grade. More...

Meet the Jamestown NKHS Class of 2006

Andrew Aveledo More...

Shores group to meet on June 28

The Jamestown Shores Association will hold their next monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 28, at 7 p.m. at the clubhouse on the corner of Beacon Avenue and Frigate Street. More...

Art gallery presents artist-in-residence

Randall Art Gallery will have a summer-long one-man show featuring the works of David Schock. Schock will be handling gallery operations while the Randalls look for a permanent manager for their gallery. More...

At the colleges

+ Rachel Marie Andreozzi of Jamestown received a bachelor's degree May 13 from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. More...

Big bass landed

Gina "Ning" Gotauco of Jamestown landed this 28pound, 42-inch striper off the coast of Saunderstown on Monday. More...

Survey results in long-range plan for library

The board of trustees of the Jamestown Philomenian Library accepted its new threeyear longrange plan at its June 6 meeting. More...

Council still awaiting DEM decision on landfill closure plan

Town Administrator Bruce Keiser Monday told the Town Council that he has been assured by state officials that a decision would be given on the proposed landfill closure plan, including the building of a new highway barn, by the end of this week. More...

Island trails guide nearly finished

At its June 13 meeting, the Conservation Commission reviewed a draft of the Conanicut Island Trails Guide that is in its final stages before printing. More...

Island fools will rule on Aug. 19 in annual regatta

The 29th annual Fools' Rules Regatta will be held on Saturday, Aug. 19, at the town beach at East Ferry. The rain date will be Sunday. More...

Jamestown Yacht Club's summer racing results

Race number one of the Jamestown Yacht Club Summer Series was held Tuesday, June 13. The following are the results: More...

Starting line

Yachts line up in anticipation of the start of the Newport to Bermuda Race, which got underway on Friday, June 16. In the distance, Horsehead and the surrounding property in Jamestown make up the background. Photo by Don Miller More...

Lawn Ave. School bids farewell to the Class of '06

Seventy-three students from grade 8 at the Lawn Avenue School received diplomas at the June 19 commencement ceremony. More...

North Kingstown High School honors students for scholastic achievement

Jamestown students attending North Kingstown High School were presented with honors at the school's June 4 Awards Night. More...

North Kingstown High School seniors receive awards and college scholarships

Graduating seniors were honored with scholarships and awards at a May 24 ceremony. More...

Camp opportunities for kids offered

The South Kingstown Parks and Recreation Department is offering nature-themed camps for children this summer. More...

Kinder receives lifetime achievement award

Brown University and the Rhode Island Hospital Department of Ophthalmology presented Dr. Robert S. L. Kinder of Jamestown with the Faculty Lifetime Achievement Award. More...

Plans for Dutch Island Lighthouse renovation revealed

Ken Newman, chairman of the Dutch Island Lighthouse Society, hosted a presentation and informational discussion concerning the planned restoration of the Dutch Island Lighthouse at the library last week. More...

Birth

Connoni A son, Louis Anthony Connoni, was born May 15, 2006 to Victoria (Knight) and John Connoni of Holliston, Mass. More...

Kindergarten graduation

Jamestown School kindergarten students performed for their parents Monday during graduation ceremonies at the Lawn Avenue School. Photo by Andrea von Hohenleiten More...

Baptist church June festival this Saturday

For many festival-goers, the summer season kicks off officially with Central Baptist Church's June Festival. More...

Spaying, neutering law evokes mixed reactions

On June 9, Gov. Don Carcieri signed a law requiring cat owners to spay or neuter their pets, and Rhode Island is the first state in the union to adopt a law of this kind. More...