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Last week, the Principals Committee on Athletics proposed a new series of divisional realignments in the Rhode Island Interscholastic League. Nothing is official, but it appears that there will be many changes, most notably, in high school football. The more
Finally, we have sports back. Well, some sports back. Earlier this week I took a stroll around to shoot some Little League baseball as this was many town's first week. Many others will kick things off next week. I had no idea what to expect as a more
We are still in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic, and unfortunately, there does not seem to be an end in sight. Of course, in the grand scheme of things there is . but for the next couple weeks, it looks like it will be more of the same. I am still more
Last week marked the end of an era, as former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady signed a two-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to put an end to his days in Foxboro. Although it was hard to believe, and is still difficult to process, more
It's the dog days of summer. That period between July and August when bay water gets as warm as 76 degrees and warmer in low water coves and sanctuaries. This Sunday the surface water temperature on Narragansett and Buzzards Bays was about 75 degrees, more
On a national scale, Major League Baseball opened its season last week. Like millions of Americans, I tuned into the opening weekend and was happy to finally feel a somewhat sense of normalcy in terms of television entertainment. However, on Monday, news more
On Monday, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League along with the Principals' Committee on Athletics held a virtual meeting to discuss the latest developments on the COVID-19 crisis and its effect on the spring sports season. The board unanimously voted more
We need to put the brakes on climate change and its impacts. The last five years were the warmest five years ever. With all the heat warming water is impacting a lot of things including the fish we like to catch and eat. Cold water fish such as winter more
On Monday afternoon, Gov. Gina Raimondo gave all but two Rhode Island school districts the green light to hold in-person classes starting on September 14. It is up to each district to make their own decision on how the school year will be approached, but more
You can’t catch fish where there are no fish. My formula for a successful trip includes research, planning and implementation. Research.   No matter what species you are targeting … more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced new freshwater fishing regulations that took effect August 2. The changes include minimum sizes for trout and salmon, clarification on how fish can be taken and designation of more
The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) will be holding a 'How to catch bigger fluke' online seminar Monday, July 27, 7 p.m. I will be the guest speaker. And, I plan to highlight tactics I have employed to catch larger fluke as well as more
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