November 1, 2018 RSS feed / News

2 dead after waves wash them to sea at Wetherill

A couple from Massachusetts is dead after a man dove into the rough surf to rescue his wife, who was knocked into the water by a wave Sunday morning while fishing at Fort Wetherill.  More...

Veteran painter experiences shell shock

Searching for inspiration, painter Virginia Gladding looked no farther than her kitchen.  The Wright Street resident was cooking breakfast when a proverbial light bulb appeared. More...

COSTUMED CONCERT IN CHURCH

A packed house at St. More...

Yale grad will conduct inaugural Aurora show

A familiar face will be at the helm of a unique concert that begins at 2 p.m. Saturday at North Kingstown’s public library, 100 Boone St. More...

Deadlines near to submit art

Artists who want to be displayed at the Jamestown Arts Center and Town Hall are running out of time to submit their work.  More...

WHERE IN THE WORLD?

Whittier Road’s Ted and Betsy Baldwin spent three weeks traveling across Scotland with The Jamestown Press, including a visit to the Orkney Islands. The archipelago features the standing stones of Stenness, which are older than Stonehenge. More...

A BUNCH OF REAL CUT-UPS

Liam Gammon, above right, lends a hand to Avery Allen, 7, during the “Battle of the Generations” pumpkincarving contest Sunday at the recreation center. Roughly 70 residents participated. More...

Arts center has a bountiful array of programs available this winter

From carving stones to carving pumpkins, dozens of visitors crossed the threshold to get a glimpse of the eclectic array of artistic endeavors being offered throughout the winter. More...

Fundraiser Sunday will aid charitable Jamieson

During 25 years as proprietor of her self-titled salon on Narragansett Avenue, Cathryn Jamieson has been committed to giving back to the community. More...

ORANGE YOU GLAD WE’RE UNIFIED?

Kindergarten students Nathan Silvia and Cole Hudgel don orange attire last week for Unity Day, a federally recognized initiative to raise awareness on the dangers of bullying. More...

Annual sign-up period for health care upon us

With the holiday season approaching, it’s time for Rhode Islanders to put health insurance on their shopping lists.  More...

Quakers move to Quest Montessori

Quakers with the Conanicut Friends Meeting will open the doors of the new community room Sunday at Quest Montessori, 1150 Boston Neck Road, Narragansett, for their first winter worship season.  The service moves from the Weeden Lane meetinghouse More...

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