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The US men’s national soccer team had a solid run in the World Cup the past few weeks and would see its chances at gold come to a close when it fell 3-1 to the Netherlands in the round of … more
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse’s 13th Annual Energy, Environment and Oceans Leaders Day (EEO Day) held Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 was a big success. The purpose of the workshop is to recognize Rhode … more
There were no surprises on Thanksgiving with our football teams. Not to toot my own horn, but I was pretty close in my assessments. To start, Pilgrim got a win over Toll Gate to take a 3-2 … more
The Narragansett Surfcasters will hold its 9th Annual Surf Day on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023 at the Narragansett Community Center, 53 Mumford Road, Narragansett, RI from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  The … more
It’s the Holidays. Time to be thankful for the fish, take stock and assess the fishing for the year as we look forward to 2023. First, I am thankful for the privilege to fish and take people … more
W ell, it finally happened. For the first time, I covered a Bishop Hendricken football loss when the rival La Salle Rams ran away with a 38-29 victory at Cranston Stadium. It was the first … more
“Customers in Pawtuxet Cove, Cranston, have seen large bass under their boats that have pushed bait into the cove,” said Tom Giddings of the Tackle Box, Warwick. “At Rocky Point … more
I covered a pair of boys soccer games last week and each of them went to penalty kicks. It was a lot of fun and each game had me at the edge of my seat, there is nothing like a shootout in the … 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 … more
We’re in the thick of the playoffs and a number of our teams are shining. Here is where we stand with our clubs as of Tuesday morning. This past weekend we got our first state championship … more
This past Sunday was one of those tough NFL Sundays in which a handful of big stars exited their games with different lower body injuries. Torn ACL’s in knees, busted ankles, toe issues. In … more
We have new 2023 tautog regulations for Massachusetts now being proposed that spin-off what Rhode Island enacted in 2022. The big question is will Massachusetts enact new regulations to sustain and … more
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