December 9, 2010 RSS feed / News

Chorus goes British for the holiday concert

The Jamestown Community Chorus will feature something different for Christmas music concert selections this season. Under the musical direction of B.J. More...

Island Illumination

With the Newport Bridge as a backdrop, the 30th annual Village Christmas Tree Lighting took place on Saturday. More...

Beavertail falls short in Save-A-Landmark contest

Beavertail Lighthouse, a finalist in Hampton Hotels Save-A-Landmark contest, didn’t receive enough votes and – along with International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport – was defeated by the Westerly Armory. More...

School panel ok’s stimulus funds for ‘bookroom’

The Jamestown School Committee voted unanimously in a workshop meeting on Dec. More...

DEM emphasizes hunting regulations

The Department of Environmental Management reminds all Rhode Islanders that, for safety reasons, they must wear fluorescent orange when they are in state management areas during the shotgun deer-hunting season, which opened on Saturday, Dec. 4. More...

Family history unveiled, traced back to Jamestown

Walter Anthony was the first black student to walk across the stage at Sheepshead Bay High School’s 1961 inaugural graduation in Brooklyn, N.Y. He remembers walking to school, running track, and going home. More...

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Above 50 people attended the Jamestown Arts Center Open House on Saturday, including, (above, children, left to right) Katherine, James and Charlie Wright, who are busy making ornaments with father Ja More...

Soccer journey takes local star back to where it began

As a child, Kyle Froberg recalls attending a party at John Kelly’s house, the founder of the Shamrocks soccer club, and seeing soccer ball – it captured his attention. More...

Local student named to JWU’s dean’s list

Ashton Burse, the son of Alan and Peggy Burse of Jamestown, has been named to the dean’s list at Johnson and Wales University in Providence. Burse, a network engineering major, is a graduate from North Kingstown High School. More...