November 13, 2008 RSS feed / News

Underwear, socks among items collected by litter team

The Jamestown Youth Litter and Conservation Team reported that they collected more than 700 30-gallon bags of various waste materials over the 2008 summer season. Between June 24 and Sept. More...

Construction noise debated at council session

New ordinance will limit hours, days for contractors

The Town Council heard Monday from residents annoyed by constant construction going on near their homes. More...

New career counseling center to open at high school

Searching for colleges or making post secondary career plans can be daunting for some young adults, but North Kingstown High School students will soon have a new resource designed to make the process a little easier. More...

Commission considers conservation zoning

When conservation planner Randall Arendt spoke at the Nov. More...

Fall sports teams wrap up busy season

The North Kingstown High School girls' soccer team ended their season on Oct. 29 with a 3-0 quarterfinal loss to La Salle, who went on to beat South Kingstown in the finals to win the state title. More...

Paiva Weed wins caucus endorsement for Senate president

M. Teresa Paiva Weed, the Rhode Island Senate majority leader and Jamestown senator, won the endorsement of fellow Democrats on Monday night to hold the position of Senate president when the full Senate returns to session in January. More...

Downtown parking, Narragansett Avenue zoning changes concern residents

Planning Commission Chairman Gary Girard began his Nov. 5 meeting focused on the issue of downtown parking. The panel then forged ahead to complete a draft of recommended zoning ordinance amendments for the Town Council later this month. More...