March 18, 2010 RSS feed / News

A new friendship

Channy Neale bonds with a 10-day-old lamb that was rejected by its mother on a gorgeous spring-like day last week. The lamb is now being bottle-fed in the Neale farmhouse. More...

A proud artist

Ethan Carlson, a sixth-grade student at Lawn Avenue School, looks over the Youth Art Month exhibit at the Jamestown Philomenian Library. Photo by Andrea von Hohenleiten More...

ACHIEVEMENTS

Aresti named to dean’s list Islander Elizabeth Aresti, a sophomore foreign languages and literatures major in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named to the dean’s list for the fall 2009 semester at the University of Delaware More...

Island therapist helps clients realize potential

If the idea of living fearlessly appeals to you, but you’re not quite sure how to go about it, then Dr. Santi Meunier is the person to see. More...

Posting problem cancels meeting between Town Council and Harbor Commission

A highly anticipated meeting between the Town Council and the Jamestown Harbor Management Commission was postponed last Wednesday after the meeting was not listed on the Secretary of State’s website as required. More...

Petit named Chamber executive director

Arlene Petit, recently retired town clerk of Jamestown, has been named executive director of the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce. More...

BIRTH

Gladding

Dylan Andrew Gladding, son of Brendan Gladding and Jill Goldstein of Jamestown, was born Jan. 7 at Women and Infants Hospital in Providence. Dylan is the grandson of Leon and Joan Goldstein and David and Elke Gladding of Jamestown. More...

Where in the World is the Jamestown Press?

Bill Knapp, Fran Basso, Judy Bell and Fred Basso, all residents of Jamestown, spent some time with the Jamestown Press when Knapp and Bell visited San Juan, Puerto Rico, where the Bassos are spending More...

Senior Scene

We keep hearing that spring is in the air – that’s something to really smile about, after all the snow that’s been in the air and on the ground this winter. More...

Storm damage

A late winter nor’easter swept across Jamestown this past weekend, claiming this old cedar at Beavertail State Park. The official recorded wind gust was 53 mph at the Lawn Avenue School. More...