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Locals compete in Ida Lewis Distance Race With its largest fleet ever, the 14th edition of the Ida Lewis Distance Race started Friday at lunchtime south of Rose Island (in Narragansett Bay's East Passage) and saw its first of 47 teams finish off Ida more
By PETE FONTAINE Cranston native Ralph Warburton, 94, has been selected to receive the Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame's first Malcolm Greene Chace Memorial Trophy at the non-profit's inaugural Hall of Fame more
By PETE FONTAINE If the Johnston Panther Gridiron Club's first-ever golf tournament offers any measuring stick, Brandon Parillo's creative thinking could be paying high dividends of things to come for the JHS more
The Cranston, Auburn Post 20 Gershkoff Auto Body baseball team was defeated by Upper Deck Post 86/14 by a score of 11-6 last Thursday night during a winner-take-all state title Game 2 during the … more
Erik Martins was hoping his birthday would change the NorthEast Auto Body-sponsored Yankees’ luck in the Johnston Little League’s Town Championship finale. However, the Yankees would have to … more
To say that the Johnston Little League’s All-Star Team for players ages 10 and 11 shined during the recent District 1 Tournament would be an understatement. Managed by Erik Martins and coached … more
By PETE FONTAINE Autograph seekers beware: if you're planning to attend this Sunday's Rhode Island Reds Heritage Society Reunion, you'd better have plenty of pens and extra paper. Fact is, the highly-acclaimed non-profits 18th Annual Reunion, which will more
Ah, Martha's Vineyard, an island located south of Cape Cod known for being an affluent summer colony with its ginger bread cottages and specialty shops that are only accessible by boat more
No Fluke by Capt. Dave Monti Black sea bass great family fun Black sea bass are fun to catch for the entire family. This week anglers reported a good black sea bass (BSB) bite in our Bays, along our coastal shores and at Block Island. So now is the time more
The Johnston softball team struggled through most of this season, but it finished the year on a high note this past Saturday by celebrating Senior Night. Though the Panthers lost 11-1 to West … more
Rain was the only thing that could put a slight damper on the Johnston baseball team’s Senior Night on Monday. Otherwise, the Panthers celebrated in style. Behind two big innings at the plate … more
The Johnston High School boys’ and girls’ outdoor track teams closed out the dual-meet season on Monday at Lincoln and both squads picked up their first victories of the season. The boys beat … more
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