February 22, 2007 RSS feed / News

St. Mark girls' basketball team wraps up season

Ten fifth- and sixth-grade Jamestown girls coached by Bill Storey and assisted by Chris Perrotti finished their three-month CYO season this week. More...

Osprey Conanicus expected to return to island

Chris Powell, scientist at the Wildlife and Fisheries Division of the state Department of Environmental Management, reports that the osprey news is for the most part good. More...

March is colon cancer awareness month

Colorectal cancer, commonly referred to as colon cancer, is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States, claiming more lives than either breast or prostate cancer. More...

Three class-A ships added to tall ships festival

Amica Insurance Tall Ships Rhode Island 2007 has announced that three more Class A tall ships have been added to the festival. Organizers have released the final ship lineup for this summer's event, which will fill Newport Harbor with masts. More...

Town solicitor resigns after interview with council

J. William W. Harsch, town solicitor since July, 2003, submitted his resignation Monday. He had been interviewed by the Town Council during an intense special council meeting last Friday, Feb. More...

Uttley selected to boys' soccer All-American team

For one month in the summer, North Kingstown High School junior Brett Uttley may be found relaxing on the beach in Jamestown. After that month is over, Uttley is back to business, perfecting his All-American soccer game. More...

Town hopes to get federal money for marsh restoration

At its Feb. 13 meeting, the Conservation Commission heard from Commissioner Carol Trocki that one of two attempts to obtain funding to restore Round Marsh was unsuccessful. More...

Local architect harmonizes style with island

Architect William Burgin has a popular face about town - the face of his building designs, that is. More...