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Happy New Year, everybody. And just like that, 2020 is a wrap. It's been the most unusual year we've had in quite some time, and for many of us, ever. Of course, the impact that this pandemic has made on homes across the globe goes far beyond sports, but more
Now is the time to express your thoughts on proposed 2021 recreational fishing regulations for Rhode Island. So if you want to start the black sea bass season earlier to fish in Narragansett or Mt. Hope Bay in June, or want to express your thoughts on more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Among the many accolades that the Pilgrim girls soccer team received for its performance this past season, perhaps the most notable was junior Sarah Lynch being named to the United Soccer Coaches All-New England team, serving as one of more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Rhode Island Boys and Girls Soccer Coaches Associations recently released their award winners for the recent high school season. The associations released All-Division and All-Academic squads, however, elected not to compile more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Six Bishop Hendricken athletes made their college decisions official last week as they signed their National Letters of Intent to compete at the next level. Leading the way was football standout Jason Onye, who will be taking his more
By ALEX SPONSELLER During last week's weekly COVID-19 briefing, Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo lifted the three-week pause which opened the doors for organized sports to resume. Shortly after the announcement, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League more
Hats off to United States Congressman Jared Huffman (D-San Rafael), Chair of the Water, Oceans, and Wildlife Subcommittee, and Ed Case (D-Honolulu), subcommittee member. Last week the Congressmen introduced a discussion draft of a bill to reauthorizes more
Winter sports are on. In light of last week's briefing by the governor, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League along with the state have decided to tip things off on Jan. 4 once the holidays conclude. It seemed like this was going to happen, but now more
By ALEX SPONSELLER After nearly four decades of volunteerism, Warwick North Little League legend Tom Doyle Sr. decided to retire from the league at the conclusion of the recent fall ball season. Doyle Sr. became involved when his children joined the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER New England Patriots Cheerleading Director Tracy Sormanti passed away at the age of 58 on Dec. 4 after a three-year battle with multiple myeloma. The Warwick native was in her 32nd year with the Patriots organization and was one of the more
FROM STAFF REPORTS In light of Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo's weekly COVID-19 briefing on Thursday afternoon, there were some notable developments regarding the Rhode Island Interscholastic League and the high school winter sports season. On Thursday, more
A recent survey showed that 53 percent of anglers exaggerate the size of their catch when they are telling friends and family. The survey of 500 anglers was done by the Tackle Village, an advice and product review website. The survey found that almost 30 more
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