June 29, 2006 RSS feed / News

Keepin' it cool at the beach

Eric Richardson sported a perfect Mohawk at Mackerel Cove beach last week. Photo by Kate Petrie More...

Bell receives graduate degree

John Justin Bell received a masters of arts degree in sociology May 23 from Boston College. More...

Planners hear chamber downtown ideas

The Planning Commission met with the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce on June 21 to discuss ideas and concerns that impact local economic development. About 30 residents and merchants joined in the work session. More...

Chafee secures sailing grants for troubled youth

U.S. Senator Lincoln Chafee has announced that he has helped secure a grant totaling $246,807 for the American Sail Training Association. More...

Murray to compete in first national games

Islander Teresa Murray, 19, is one of Jamestown's own sports celebrities. More...

At the colleges

+ Bradford Yates of Jamestown was named to the spring semester dean's list at Washington University in St. Louis. Yates is the son of Andy and Martha Yates, of Mt. Hope Avenue. + Kristen N. More...

Environmental camp offered by foundation

The Jamestown Education Foundation, together with the town's Parks and Recreation Department, will bring Save The Bay's acclaimed marine education program back to Jamestown this summer. More...

Smith Vidaurre honored for athletic skills

Moses Brown School, in Providence, held its annual Athletic Awards Assembly May 23 to honor student athletes. More...

Tree plantings considered for Ft. Getty master plan

Ft. Getty Master Plan Committee member Betty Hubbard met with the town Tree Preservation and Protection Committee last week to present an overview of the Ft. Getty Park Land-Use Master Plan. More...