April 26, 2012 RSS feed / Editorial

A CLEAN SWEEP

Lisa and Rusty Sallee were among the 75 Jamestowners who helped with the annual Island Shoreline Cleanup on Saturday. More...

Let’s not degrade island’s beauty

VIEWPOINT

Jamestown is being challenged in its efforts to balance the civic needs of its residents – public services (schools, police, etc.) and a sustainable habitat that meets recreational and aesthetic needs. More...

Afghanistan perspective

VIEWPOINT

The road to Afghanistan is long and arduous, both figuratively and literally. In the figurative sense, the journey is one of training and preparation. More...

EDITORIAL

Do you ever wonder if there is a catch-22 rule?

Sometimes in the news business, the facts can be stranger than fiction – especially when there are government bureaucrats involved. Such is the case with the School Committee budget reported last week in the Press. More...

When in doubt we can always form a committee

It is an overworked expression describing the actions of various governmental bodies these days, but one has to wonder if the Town Council is again “kicking the can down the road.” The council announced Monday evening that it is now consi More...

ORDINARY BILL

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Scattering Seeds

It’s an experience many will find painfully familiar. Fortunately for most, it occurs blessedly infrequently. But, collectively, taking into account all the citizens negatively impacted, the toll is enormous. You get the notice in the mail. More...