October 8, 2009 RSS feed / News

Keepers of the Dutch Island light: Military presence

This is the second in a series about keepers of the Dutch Island Lighthouse. More...

Skippers pull out a tie against Central Falls Warriors

Friday afternoon was a game of almosts for the North Kingstown High School boys’ soccer team. North hosted Central Falls, a team that has historically been tough for the Skippers. More...

Town Council candidates share their views

Robert Bowen I decided to step into the Town Council race out of a desire to continue to serve Jamestown. More...

Ocean Policy Task Force holds East Coast hearing

A storm is gathering over the ocean. More than 200 people attended a recent public hearing in Providence on ocean policy. More...

Swain murder trial to begin on Wednesday

The start date of the murder trial of former Jamestown Town Council member David Swain, accused of drowning his wife while vacationing in Tortola in 1999, was moved to yesterday – Wednesday, Oct. 7. More...

Spend a night in your PJs for a good cause

The chance to have a great evening out and support a wonderful organization – in your pajamas, no less – doesn’t come along often, so be sure to check out Pajamarama from 7 to 9 p.m. More...

Kids’ Corner

Student works from the Jamestown Schools

The Eagle and the Mink Once upon a time there was a mink at. His name is Romvyor. He lived under a tree stump where half of the roots were sticking out so he could slip in. Inside he was drinking some huckleberry juice. More...

North Kingstown football players fought hard in loss against Rogers High School

The North Kingstown High School football team came charging back from a 14-point defi- cit against Rogers High School on Friday night, only to have a botched fake punt attempt cost them a home win. More...

Mystic Seaport to offer Lantern Light tours

Tickets for Lantern Light tours, a New England holiday tradition at Mystic Seaport, are on sale now. Performances are scheduled for Nov. 28 and Dec. 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 20, 26 and 27. Tours begin at 5 p.m. and leave every 15 minutes. More...

Getting ready for the first frost

The Island Garden

Now that fall is officially here, it’s time to get ready for the frosty season. There are a number of things to do in the garden during the next few weeks. More...