November 15, 2007 RSS feed / News

Boys' soccer posts perfect season

Different year, different result. The 2007 North Kingstown Varsity boys' soccer team completed an undefeated season on Sunday with a 1-0 win over rival South Kingstown in the Division I Finals. More...

Remembering those who served

Retired Navy Captain Cliff Largess gave the keynote address at last Sunday's Veterans Day ceremonies, held at East Ferry Memorial Square. Photo by Vic Richardson More...

First Responders learn about marine animal rescue

Recognizing the difference between distress and rest can mean the difference between being a lifesaving Samaritan and an annoying intruder for marine animals. More...

Next week's newspaper deadlines

The Jamestown Press office will be publishing one day early next week. Our deadlines for the Wednesday, Nov. 21 edition are as follows: Display advertising: 5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 16. Classified advertising: Noon, Monday, Nov. 19. More...

Check out restaurant health reports online

Last week the Rhode Island Department of Health (HEALTH) announced that all food safety inspections conducted since Jan. 1, 2007 are now available to the public on its website at: http:// www.health.ri.gov/environment/ food/inspections.php. More...

Students must now prepare for bomb threats, shooters

Senate Majority Leader M. Teresa Paiva Weed (D - Dist. More...

Town needs to fill committee slots with volunteers

One (1) vacancy exists on the Beavertail State Park Advisory Committee for a three-year term appointment. This Committee is charged with overseeing the use and operation of the park. Meetings are conducted semiannually. More...

Rachel Bryer joins FAST for fall sailing

Even though the junior sailing season has ended in Jamestown, you won't find 11-year-old Rachel Bryer rolling up her sails until mid-November. More...

Lots of history and over 1,000 sales

When David Martin, president of Stearns Farms Corp., decided to catalogue all of the real estate sales since his company was founded in 1960, he was surprised. More...

Council addresses deer hunting at Beavertail

Hunting season officially began on Oct. 1, but several councilors were surprised to learn that the grounds of Beavertail State Park are once again welcoming hunters. Last year, councilors voted 4-0 in favor of allowing deer hunting at Beavertail. More...

Bridge authority makes barn land sale official

The Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority board voted 3-0, with two members absent, to approve a contract for sale of about 6,000 square feet of its Taylor Point property to the Town of Jamestown at its Nov. 7 meeting. More...

Froberg deployed on aircraft carrier

Navy Lieutenant Kenneth Froberg, Jr., son of Ken and Pat Froberg of Jamestown, is on deployment with the Aircraft Carrier Task Force Harry S. Truman out of Norfolk, Va. More...

Art gallery property set for an extreme make-over

Allan and Nancy Randall received a unanimous nod from the Planning Commission to move forward with their major land development plan at the corner of Narragansett and Howland avenues. More...