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This week marks my return from paternity leave. My wife and I welcomed our second child to the world on June 21. Reese, our baby girl, was 7 pounds, 0.5 ounces and arrived happy and healthy at 1:16 … more
The Johnston Little League All-Star teams wrapped up their summers this past week as they fell in their respective district brackets. The JLL 12’s fell to North Providence 12-0 on Tuesday night … more
The Renegade Wrestling Alliance returned to the Johnston Indoor Rec Center to hold its annual charity event in front of a packed house, raising money for Special Olympics RI. Climbing through the … more
 On June 27, 29 and July 2 Atlantic Right Whales were spotted by offshore wind farm observers and via the Atlantic Right Whale Sighting Survey. These sightings have kicked in voluntary slow … more
Last week I volunteered at the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers fishing camp and wrote about it below. While giving campers my standard safety talk when they boarded my vessel it reminded me of how … more
The Edgewood Sailing School in Cranston is set for another busy summer as it looks to provide top-notch instruction and opportunities to sailors old and new. The school recently began its youth … more
The Rhode Island Interscholastic League held a banquet as the RI Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association unveiled its postseason awards for this past spring season and many locals were recognized. … more
Tom Brady will be entering the booth in the upcoming NFL season as he signed a contract to be an analyst for Fox Sports. It seemed like the general public was skeptical of the deal. Sure, … more
On Saturday, Johnston native Nick Raposo was called up to make his major league debut with the St. Louis Cardinals against the San Francisco Giants at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Raposo was … more
In recent news, the Florida High School Athletics Association voted to approve athletes to profit from NIL, becoming the 36th state to do so. For those not familiar with what I am talking about, … more
NOAA’s recreational catch and effort program, the Marine Recreational Information program (MRIP), engaged a major effort to reinvent itself earlier this year with a envisioning process. … more
The Boston Celtics, led by Johnston’s own Joe Mazzulla, regained the top spot in NBA championships won when they beat Dallas on Monday night for their 18th. There is so much to chew on … more
Fishing has been outstanding for a number of anglers. Very impressive stories, from some very accomplished anglers, so I thought I would share some. East End Eddie Doherty, Cape Cod Canal … more
The Gershkoff Auto Body American Legion baseball program returns this summer and is bigger than it’s ever been. The Cranston-Johnston organization now fields four teams - 9-U, 14-U, 17-U … more
Special to the Herald Early results are matching Warwick Tree Post Two’s preseason expectations. The club swept Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 8-2 and 11-1 in a doubleheader … more
The annual Gary Mazzie Memorial Golf Tournament made its return earlier this month at Valley Country Club and hosted a large field of alumni as it continues to raise funds on behalf of the Johnston … more
A new report written by anglers serves as a call-to-arms to galvanize the angling community to demand action as climate change disrupts fishing experiences coast to coast Last month, the … more
This past weekend marked the end of the high school sports season and this spring was a lot of fun and as always, a fast one. There was a lot to chew on from the past two months of action, so … more
The top-seeded Johnston softball team saw its season come to a close on Monday, when visiting West Warwick pulled off a late 3-1 comeback win to bounce the Panthers from the Division II playoffs. The … more
The Johnston baseball team bounced back from its playoff opening loss to East Providence by beating Burrillville 6-5 the following round. Unfortunately, the Panthers would drop a tough 5-2 decision … more
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