October 9, 2008 RSS feed / News

Young sailors are tested in 'Morning Light' film

Five hundred and twenty-eight entries. Fifteen spots. Exactly 513 young and talented sailors would not get the chance to see Hawaii. The 15 that did, however, would be in for an adventure of a lifetime. More...

Swain makes court appearance in Tortolla

Jamestowner David Swain, accused of murdering his wife Shelley Tyre while scuba diving in the British Virgin Islands nine years ago, appeared in court Monday in Tortolla but did not enter a plea. More...

Tryout now for spring soccer teams

Jamestown Soccer Association will hold an open tryout session for the 2009 Spring Competitive Youth Soccer Season. All Jamestown soccer players are encouraged to attend. This session will be held Saturday, Oct. More...

Soccer results

Week three U-6 League: Outstanding Players: Stearns Farms, Jack Barry; Well Works, Ben Cowan; Mc- Quade's Market, Carter Velivus; Jamestown Women's Club, Alexandra Sabourin; Murphy's Law, Rileigh Gouveia; Del's Lemonade, Justin Hoderick; Jamest More...

Skippers hold on to defeat Rogers 41 - 35

It appeared that the North Kingstown varsity football team was well in control, leading by a score of 34-19, at the beginning of the final quarter of last Friday's game against Rogers High School. More...

Laptop computers stolen

The Jamestown Police Department wants island residents to be aware of an ongoing investigation concerning the theft of four laptop computers from island homes. More...

New trailer

Cub Scout Pack 1, of Jamestown, used their new trailer for the first time last weekend at the Pack's fall campout. Scouts, from left to right, Pierce Cardoza, Benjamin Smith, Wyatt Cardoza and Connor Smith helped break in the new trailer. More...

Rhode Island Mooring Service keeps growing with marina expansion

Rhode Island Mooring Service announced this week that it has expanded its marina and boat service facility at Little Allen's Harbor in Davisville. Richard and Theresa DeSalvo of Jamestown established the business in 1985. More...