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By CAPT. DAVE MONTI I am a fisherman that believes offshore wind energy and fishing can coexist and flourish together. We badly need offshore wind, and other renewable energy sources, to help stem the tide on climate change and its negative impacts on more
One of my favorite parts about covering high school sports is the unpredictability. Sports in general are pretty unpredictable, but at the high school level, it’s about as volatile as it … more
I’ve always wanted to be a father and was certainly ready to join the ranks of the other dads of the world. As the months passed, my excitement continued to grow. Still, I never really … more
New research finds climate change is having an impact on how large whale species, including the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale, use habitats in the warming Gulf of Maine, showing … more
W e are officially in the thick of the spring playoffs this week and I am excited to enter the final push before the summer break. Let’s dive right into where we are and what’s to … more
We have an influx of Atlantic menhaden (pogies) in Narragansett and Mt. Hope Bays this week. With all this bait and the perfect water temperature (just over 60 degrees), now is the time to try to … more
South Fork Wind, a joint venture offshore wind project developed by Ørsted and Eversource, announced earlier this month it has signed an agreement with environmental organizations to further … more
On Saturday morning, the Warwick PAL versus Coventry Connie Mack baseball game was called off in the bottom of the seventh inning after the umpires handed out warnings regarding taunting in the … more
Send in your photos that depict positive or negative climate impacts on fish, habitat, or resource users and you will have a chance to win one of two $250 cash card prizes. Photos could include a … more
In two different cases this spring, I have seen baseball umpires warn teams about the new rules regarding cheering during the game. Now to be clear, I am not sure if these are hard rules that have … more
Opening Day of the freshwater fishing season in Rhode Island was Saturday, April 9. The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) stocked 100 waterways many with brook, brown, tiger … more
  Spring practices begin this week, so we are wrapping up the brief respite between seasons. Obviously I am referring to the end of winter and start of spring. One thing that I enjoy about … more
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