November 26, 2008 RSS feed / News

Elementary physics

Max Coletta demonstrates how his project works during the first grade's Balance and Motion night at Melrose Avenue School. Photo by Darlene Froberg More...

Big trophy

Michael Coletta, a fifth grader at Lawn Avenue School, recently won the Squirt A bracket of the Holy Name Ice Breaker Tournament in Springfield, Mass. Coletta's team is coached by his father, Mike. More...

HONOR ROLLS

Lawn Avenue School The Lawn Avenue School announced the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2008-09 school year. Those students named to the roll follow. More...

National election part of fourth grade curriculum

In their principals' report, Jamestown principals Kathleen Almanzor and Carole Melucci told the school committee last Thursday evening that a schoolwide mock election was held. More...

A busy holiday season ahead in Jamestown

There's plenty of excitement in store for the upcoming holidays, according to the folks at the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce. Here's a look at what's ahead: Saturday, Dec. 6 Many Jamestown merchants will host holiday open houses on Saturday. More...

Big turkeys

Members of Jamestown Cub Scout Pack 1 got into the holiday spirit by dressing up their parents as turkeys at the November pack meeting. Photo by Adrienne Downing More...

Vietri excels in field hockey

Mariah Vietri, a Roanoke College junior from Jamestown, was named honorable mention All-ODAC field hockey team for the second straight season. She started in all 17 games and led the Maroons in goals and finished second in assists. More...

North volleyball ends season in playoffs

After posting a record of 14-4, the North Kingstown High School girls' volleyball season came to a close after a loss in the quarterfi- nals on Nov. 14 in the Division I playoffs. More...

Deep fried turkeys pose fire hazard

The Rhode Island Association of Fire Chiefs (RIAFC) wants to remind home cooks to think of safety first if Thanksgiving plans call for a deep fried turkey. Cooking fires are more likely to happen on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year. More...

Council can't see reason for golf course oversight

The matter of establishing a committee to oversee the townowned golf course came up again at Monday's meeting of the Town Council. More...

Annual Christmas fair returns Dec. 6

Central Baptist Church's annual Christmas Fair will feature a "green" theme and a number of new items. It will take place from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6. More...