September 20, 2007 RSS feed / News

Girls' tennis sustains loss despite valiant effort

The day for the North Kingstown girls' tennis team's match against division rival South Kingstown was picture perfect, but for some of the players the day did not turn out exactly the way they hoped. More...

Consultants want your village vision ideas

"Jamestown Vision: Planning for the Future of our Village," is the theme of a series of town workshops that began last week, focusing on downtown development. A cross-section of community representatives was invited to the first meeting on Sept. More...

Lunch was good!

Kindergarteners Caroline Ferguson, Theo Simmons and Hannah Sutt just finished their lunch at the Melrose school cafeteria. Photo by Andrea von Hohenleiten More...

JYC's fall series race results

Race number 3 of the Jamestown Yacht Club Fall Series was held on Sept. 16. The following are the results for the race: A Class: 1. Rumours, Thompson 35, T. Woodhouse; 2. Unplugged, Custom 30, S. Murray; 3. Jest, Quest 32, Hallowell/Stookey; 4. More...

Soccer scores

U-6 League Outstanding Players: Stearns Farms, Matthew Hartley, Sophia Mecca; Lila Delman Real Estate, Emma Cotsanas, Charlie Elsworth; McQuade's Market, Caleb Delyi, Anza DiGasper; Jamestown Rotary Club, Keseniya Farrell, Isaac Hull; Jamestown More...

Authority to review EZPass bids at special meeting

The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority last week set a special meeting for Sept. More...

Woodpile pier on town council agenda

Town Council Vice President and harbor commission liaison Julio DiGiando said at last week's Harbor Management Commission meeting that the woodpile pier would be on the Oct. 9 town council meeting agenda. More...

New town hall opens Oct. 4

The new Town Hall is finally complete and ready for occupancy by several departments. Over the course of three days, Oct. 1, 2 and 3, town employees will move their headquarters from the golf course at 245 Conanicus Ave. More...

Conditions improving at skate park

Things at the Jamestown skate park have been relatively quiet since the Labor Day weekend vandalism that threatened to shut down the park. More...