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Mission accomplished! That may be the best way to describe last weekend's first-ever West Point American Legion Baseball Classic played at the United States Military Academy in New York. We couldn't be happier with the results!"" more
Even though it’s been three decades since Jim Foster played American Legion Baseball, the Warwick native – who now lives in New York – still has a special and soft spot in his heart for the … more
The combined Johnston-Scituate Girls Softball League Minor Division all-star team that recently competed in the R.I. Little League District 4 Tournament includes, in the bottom row from left: Hannah … more
Johnston’s Noel Acciari will be back in black and gold next season. The Boston Bruins announced last week that they had inked Acciari to a one-way, two-year extension worth $1.45 million, … more
CALABRO’S CHAMPS: Members of the Johnston-Scituate Girls Softball all-star squad that has advanced to the Rhode Island Little League Major Division State Tournament after winning the District 4 … more
Washington Redskins’ and Rhode Island native Will Blackmon will return home to the Ocean State in July to host his third annual USA Football FUNdamentals clinic for youth. The free, one-day clinic, … more
“Gary has blessed us!” Lee Mazzie exclaimed Monday after watching golfers tee off in the 7th Annual Gary V. Mazzie Memorial Golf Tournament at sun-covered Glocester Country Club. “This is yet … more
When Kyle Nelson walked off the stage at the Providence Performing Arts Center Friday night, he not only took his Johnston High School diploma, he left with a reputation of being “one of the best … more
WEEI sports radio show host, author and television personality Michael Holley made a stop at Barnes & Noble in Warwick on Saturday to give insight on his career, sign books for fans and describe the story of his latest more
The Johnston girls' lacrosse team captured the Division III championship this past weekend with a 7-6 victory over Westerly, capping off an impressive calendar year for girls' sports at the school. The Panthers entered the title game more
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