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The top-seeded Johnston boys volleyball team continued to surge by sweeping Central Falls 3-0 (25-12/ 25-18/ 25-22) in the Division III Quarterfinals last week. The Panthers rolled to a 25-12 win in … more
By PETE FONTAINE The 2023 Gary V. Mazzie Memorial Golf Tournament will long be remembered for many things, most notably perhaps, the support from area businesses that led to a near record 90 tee … more
“The Block Island Inshore Fishing Tournament doubled the number of participants with tackle shop partners last year and added a fly fishing shore and boat division,” said Capt. Chris … more
We are right in the thick of our spring sports playoffs and championships and it has been great theater to this point. We saw more champions crowned this past weekend in track, tennis and lacrosse … more
The Johnston community is mourning the loss Thomas “TJ” May, who was one of the victim’s in last week’s shooting in which his daughter was also injured. May was a beloved … more
Back on April 15 when the Johnston Little League opened its 61st season, President Joe Splendorio offered a preview of the 2023 season. There would be 51 sponsors for the 2023 season, there would be … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Great news for recreational and commercial quahoggers, 515 acres in Mt. Hope Bay are now open as conditional rather than a prohibited shellfishing area. The area can be … more
The Boston Celtics saw their season come to an end on Monday night as the Miami Heat won Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals to advance to the championship round. The loss marked the end of … more
The Johnston baseball team snapped a two-game losing streak when it picked up a 3-1 win over North Providence at home on Monday evening. The Panthers were led by senior Derek Salvatore on the mound, … more
More striped bass fishing trips are taken by anglers coastwide than any other species. This highly desirable fish has been overfished for the past few years, and last year, anglers killed twice as … more
Our teams are wrapping up their regular seasons this week and as always, this spring season is flying by. As we get prepared for the upcoming playoff tournaments, let me give you my thoughts on … more
This past weekend I had the pleasure of covering the unified basketball state championships. Cranston West and Johnston made the trip from our coverage area and each team put on a show and finished … more
Currently, the striped bass regulations from last year are still in effect, meaning Rhode Island and Massachusetts anglers can retain one fish between 28 and less than 35” inches until the new … more
“Memorial Lane,” as some people call the walkway in front of the Connecticut National Golf Clubhouse, never looked brighter than it did Saturday during the Johnston Memorial Cancer Events … more
The Johnston boys and girls outdoor track and field teams competed at last weekend’s division championships and a handful of athletes shined. Senior Taylor Powell won the girls 200 meter dash … more
Last Tuesday the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission approved a new emergency slot size limit to be implemented this year of 28 to less than 31 inches, one fish/person/day. Presently we have … more
The Boston Celtics came up short in Game 4 of their series against the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday afternoon, but my biggest takeaway had nothing to do with what happened on the court. It was a … more
There’s nothing quite like walking out onto a freshly raked ball diamond on a crisp spring afternoon — squinting up at the sunlight and blindly walking into the freshly clipped outfield grass. Nothing sours that moment faster than sinking your sole into a steaming pile of poop. more
The Johnston softball team earned a 3-1 victory over Ponaganset last week to make a statement in the Division II playoff race. The Panthers were led by freshman pitcher Haley Boudreau in the circle, … more
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