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It is important to teach our youth about fishing. Fishing appeals to our sense of adventure and teaches us patience. It is one of those activities where science and art converge. It teaches us to be good stewards of the environment and it allows us to more
The Warwick Junior Hockey Association held its 26th annual Thanksgiving Tournament and Mite Jamboree this past weekend, where 18 teams from around the northeast competed at Warwick’s Thayer and … more
By SOPHIA MAYNARD Bill Nixon isn't over the hill yet. At 88, the Warwick Neck resident continues to compete in downhill ski races, setting national records in his age category and collecting a slew of medals. In this year alone, Nixon has competed in six more
The CCRI Knights baseball team was back at it for a doubleheader versus the Lynx of New Hampshire Technical Institute (NHTI). Both games showcased the CCRI offensive power yet was headlined by the pitching performance of Max Marcotte (Coventry, RI) as he more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Pilgrim Patriots went to Johnston and swept the Panthers 3-0 (25-6), (25-18), (25-11) on Tuesday night in Division II boys' volleyball. Outside hitter and junior Dave D'Andrea led Pilgrim with five kills and seven aces and his more
By STONE FREEMAN The state of Rhode Island isn't known for producing basketball players such as Steph Curry, Kevin Durant or Russell Westbrook. However, one of the minds that has contributed to the success of some of the best NBA players in the country more
The Park View Middle School Cougars baseball team outlasted the Winman Warriors 3-2 on Thursday evening at Park View. It is the second win in a row for Park View, who improves its record to 2-2 on … more
By RYAN MURRAY -- The Bishop Hendricken Hawks were beaten 5-2 by the La Salle Academy Rams in Game 3 of the D-I Boys Hockey title series on Monday night at Brown University. more
By RYAN D. MURRAY Three Bishop Hendricken star athletes signed their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday afternoon in the Harrop Theater at Hendricken. more
By RYAN D. MURRAY The Toll Gate Titans softball squad fell to the Lincoln Lions 9-3 on Thursday evening at Winslow Park. Both starting pitchers went the distance with Lincoln sophomore Molly Thibaudeau, earning the win after striking out four while more
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