July 5, 2018 RSS feed / News

DRIVE FOR SHOW, PUTT FOR DOUGH

Lillian Smith advanced to the subregional round following her second-place finish at the Rhode Island qualifier for the Drive, Chip & Putt Championship. The competition was June 16 at Button Hole in Providence. More...

A FESTIVE FOURTH ON THE ISLAND

Paul Smith, 3, celebrates Independence Day as Spider Man. More...

Egan, Sapers finish at top of class

26 other students recognized during graduation

Fifty-two students graduated from Lawn School as the eighthgrade class of 2018, and more than half of those grads were recognized with more than diplomas. More...

PROUT GRAD

Jack Westall was the only Jamestown student in The Prout School’s class of 2018. During his four years at the Wakefield school, he was captain of the varsity soccer and baseball teams. More...

American Magic names 17 sailors

American Magic, the U.S. More...

FOR YOU, LINDA BRODIN

The Jamestown Garden Club, including board members Jane Garnett, from left, Elizabeth Hazard, Mary Hutchinson and Candy Powell, dedicated a bench near the pollinator garden at Godena Farm in memory of Linda Brodin. More...

RUFF DAY AT FT. GETTY

Despite sweltering heat, the Johnston siblings, Cooper, 6, Emma, 4, and Sophia, 9, left to right, play with Bozo and Leo during the dog festival Sunday at Fort Getty. More...

Spotlight shines on 4 town employees

Police Chief Ed Mello was one of four town employees to be recognized in their profession. More...

Outdoor ambience aids art alliance

Every Saturday night, Simpatico Jamestown serves yellowfin tuna, coconut shrimp and blue mussels from Prince Edward Island. More...

EAST BAY MET GRADS

Jamestown residents Helen Van Cleef, left, and Carolina Montminy Crabtree graduated with the class of 2018 from the East Bay Met School in Newport. More...

Students graduate, earn academic honors

n Rebecca Joan Small graduated with distinction with a bachelor’s degree in architectural design from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va. More...

CIAA preparing for its summer exhibit

For the 44th consecutive summer, the Conanicut Island Art Association will showcase work from its members during the peak of tourist season.  Artists associated with the group can submit up to three pieces for the exhibition. More...

Mosquito, tick seasons have arrived

Officials urge precautions to ensure safety

Following the first confirmations of eastern equine encephalitis this summer, state environmental officials are urging Rhode Islanders to guard themselves against mosquito and tick bites. More...

Pair of Ruggiero bills signed into law

Two bills sponsored by Jamestown’s state representative were signed into law by Gov. Gina Raimondo last week.  More...

Red tape for food trucks eased by Euer legislation

What do sheep shearing at Watson Farm, the New Year’s Day plunge at East Ferry and the skateboarding festival at Lawn School have in common?  Food trucks.  Now, with unanimous approval in the state legislature and Gov. More...

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