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Thanksgiving football returned to Johnston High School as the Panthers took on Scituate in what they hope will be the program’s latest annual tradition. The Panthers saved some of their best … more
The recent Veterans Day Memorial Golf Tournament was a show of respect and more from a host of adult volunteers, generous business owners and even a group of third grade school students. “The … more
Perhaps the word ELITE – which was prominently displayed on an athletic shirt that was draped over a table - best summed up last week’s special ceremony for National Letter of Intent … more
It’s the holidays. Time to take stock and be thankful. First and foremost I am thankful for the privilege to fish, take people fishing, get paid for it as a charter captain and then write … more
Last weekend’s football state championships wrapped up another fantastic fall sports season, leaving us with just the Thanksgiving exhibitions. With football being the last sport on the … more
The Johnston girls soccer team was upset by Rogers in a 3-0 shutout in the Division IV Championship last weekend at Rhode Island College. After a scoreless first half, the Vikings would be granted a … more
The Johnston football team fell in a heartbreaking 20-14 defeat to Middletown in the Division III Semifinals last week on the road. After falling being 14-0, the Panthers would come storming back in … more
The Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced their winter season of outdoor programs from fly tying to wild game cooking classes. The  Aquatic Resource Education, Hunter Education, … more
It was a wild week of high school sports playoffs and there was plenty to chew on both on and off the field. Here are some of my biggest takeaways from the events I had the pleasure of covering: … more
The Johnston girls soccer team took another step forward as it rebuilds its program as it topped Tolman 2-1 to punch its ticket to the Division IV state championship game this Saturday at Rhode … more
The Johnston football team edged Tolman 35-34 in a thrilling Division III Quarterfinal matchup last week to advance to the next round against Middletown. Trailing 34-27 deep in the fourth quarter, … more
Fishing for tautog (also called black fish) has been outstanding in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The fish are abundant and quite large. Anglers are allowed just one trophy fish, 21 inches or … more
The Johnston girls soccer team is gearing up for another Division IV playoff run as it enters this week’s postseason as the second seed with a 10-2-1 record. Much of last year’s core … more
It’s been said time and again that “Once a Panther, always a Panther!” The most recent proof came inside the highly popular Thirsty Beaver Hometown Pub and Grub in Smithfield during … more
Stock up on your fly fishing flies by joining the RI Department of Environmental Management (DEM) Division of Fish & Wildlife Aquatic Resource Education’s annual Fall Fly Tying Program. … more
We’re heading into the thick of the playoffs so let’s get into it. Here are the teams and storylines that have caught my eye as we get under way. We have two football teams that will … more
As the classic credo that Johnston High School’s new athletic director Justin Erickson, who has pumped new life into the Blue and White’s storied sports program goes: “It’s a … more
The Johnston football team clinched the second seed in the upcoming Division III playoffs last week when it topped visiting Pilgrim 29-14. The Pats led 14-13 heading into the fourth quarter, but the … more
Add the names Marco Fava, Gabriel Bowden, Evan Ferrell, Arianna Pagnano, Lillyann Lucini and Charlotte Chapman to the tradition rich Nicholas A. Ferri Middle School sports record books. Under a … more
Last week I was one of eight recreational fishermen that met with Representative Seth Magaziner and his staff in their Warwick office to talk about habitat, fish and recreational fishing. He met with … more
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