September 18, 2008 RSS feed / News

SOCCER RESULTS

Week one U-6 League: Outstanding Players: Stearns Farms, A n - naclaire Tamboe; Well Works, Ian Brayman; McQuade's Market, Allison Bush; Jamestown Women's Club, Finn Gaudreau; Murphy's Law, Thomas Chamberlain; Del's Lemonade, Devon Martin; Jame More...

The Great Hurricane of 1938

Island residents recall storm from 70 years ago

Seventy years ago this Sunday, on Sept. 21, 1938, a storm of unimaginable fury roared across New England. The Great Hurricane of 1938 slammed into Jamestown early that afternoon and forever changed the lives of those who lived through it. More...

Where in the World is the Jamestown Press?

Kelly, left, and Jolie Curran, right, took the Press backstage at a Taylor Swift concert and were able to get a photo opportunity with the star. More...

Officer says future of community is in the hands of the children

Jamestown police officer Scott Sullivan, 37, said that the future of any community is in the children. "It's always been that way, and always will be," Sullivan said. More...

Rachel's Challenge comes to North Kingstown High School

Rachel Scott, a beautiful 17- year-old girl, was the first person killed on April 20, 1999, at Columbine High School. More...

High school cross country teams kick off their season

Under a beautiful, but unseasonably warm, September sky, the North Kingstown High School girls' and boys' cross country teams ran a tough course Monday at St. Georges' in Newport against Prout and Chariho. More...

Environmental protection is considered in wind power feasibility study

A handful of interested residents joined the Jamestown Wind Energy Committee and Conservation Commission for a progress check on the wind feasibility study at a public workshop on Sep. 9. More...