March 25, 2010 RSS feed / News

Revaluation disputes should be lodged by April 9

Jamestown property owners who disagree with their latest property assessments should take the first step in the appeals process by April 9. More...

Champs

Madison Tregenza (left) and Colin Moffet of Jamestown both played on the Newport Whalers Squirt B Gold hockey team this year, which won the state championship title in its division recently. More...

Preparing for baby’s first visit south

Flotsam and Jetsam

It’s been a long time since I’ve had a baby – and just as long since I have had to concern myself with items associated with babies. More...

Island swimmers have strong showing at Harvard meet

The Newport Wahoos swim team has plenty to “woo hoo” about, as does the large contingent of young Jamestown swimmers who contributed to this year’s successful season. More...

Island churches announce Holy Week schedules

Jamestown’s churches have announced their worship and event schedules for the week leading up to Easter. More...

ACHIEVEMENTS

Islanders named to PCD honor roll Jay Mayers and Connor Rooney, both of Jamestown, have been named to the honor roll for the second trimester at Providence Country Day School. Smith named to dean’s list at Salve Regina More...

East Ferry addition

Workers on a large barge have been busy this past week driving pilings for a new touch-and-go dock attached to the wood-pile pier. More...

Marine biologist outlines perils of over-fishing during URI lecture

Drastically reduced populations of blue fin tuna, sharks and other large fish predators indicate that the world’s oceans are in trouble and must be more carefully managed, a Canadian marine biologist said recently at the University of Rhode Is More...

Distinguished gentlemen

From left, Frank Sullivan, islander Paul Andrews and Paul Pisano were on hand to witness U.S. Senator John McCain receive the Gold Medal of the Union League of Philadelphia recently. More...

Islander co-authors new study on seafood, security and sustainability

Jamestown resident Dr. Cathy A. Roheim is one of several authors of a new study that examines seafood’s contribution to global food security and the challenges of ecosystem health and trade pressures on fisheries and aquaculture. More...