March 1, 2007 RSS feed / News

Consistent Care adds quality to lives on and off the island

A friend of Gail Sheahan, owner of Consistent Care at 8 Clinton Ave., asked her recently, "How does it feel to do what you were meant to do?" Sheahan responded with a smile and said she was lucky to have a career where she looked forward to going t More...

Teachers squeak past students in annual Lawn school hoop match

When there are two basketball teams, shouting fans, a band playing the ESPN theme song, a halftime shooting contest, and a mascot all in action, there must be something major going on. More...

Jamestown Historical Society News

The Jamestown Historical Society has been around for a long time. More...

Senior center scholarship available

The Jamestown Senior Citizens Association plans to award a $500 scholarship to any island resident who plans to pursue a career in health care or health care related field. More...

Jamestown police officers complete management course

Sgt. Keith Woodbine and acting Sgt. Joel Pinocci of the Jamestown Police Department have finished management training. More...

Melrose Avenue school scores are posted in SALT survey

On Feb. 14, the Rhode Island Department of Education began posting the Information Works! 2007 reports on public schools online. More...

Compliance of Clinton Avenue property argued at planning

Discussion of the upcoming work session to focus on a downtown strategic plan was upstaged by James Donnelly, the attorney representing Jack and Mary Brittain, at its Feb. 21 meeting. More...

Thank a Friend at the library

The Friends of the Jamestown Library have from the beginning had the goal of helping to make as many resources as possible available to as many people as possible on this island. More...

NKHS names second quarter honor roll

The following Jamestown students were named to the honor roll at North Kingstown High School for the second quarter. More...

Tree committee will take stock of island trees

At its Feb. 20 meeting, the Jamestown Tree Preservation and Protection Committee again agreed on the importance of taking a new and complete inventory of trees on public property. More...

Sailors enjoy warm weather

Frostbite sailors returned to East Ferry on Sunday. Sunny skies, light easterly winds and 35 degrees provided for a second straight good-weather weekend after weeks of being frozen out or blown out. More...

Star NKHS senior runner almost played soccer

It is amazing to think about the possibility that Caitlin Crawford was almost not a member of the North Kingstown High School cross country and track teams. More...

Shores group leader voices concern over dogs

At Monday's Town Council meeting, council President David Long asked Town Administrator Bruce Keiser to investigate complaints made during open forum about dogs in the Jamestown Shores. More...

St. Michael's Country Day school announces fall 2006 honor roll

The following Jamestown students were named to the fall term 2006 honor roll at St. Michael's Country Day School: Headmaster's Honors: Grade 8: Emily Klochkoff, Meredith Lussier-Schenck, and Amanda Thran. Effort Honors: Liam O'Farrell. More...

Annual Spay Day drawing near

Cat spraying the furniture? Dog looking for the love of his life despite the leash law? The Humane Society of Jamestown has a solution - the annual Spay Day drawing. More...

For the record

Town Councilor Michael Schnack was identified incorrectly in the Feb. 25 issue of the Jamestown Press as the person discussing the legality of the annual fishing derby at North Pond Reservoir. Outgoing Town Solicitor J. William W. More...