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Last week, I wrote about how it felt like we were inching our way closer to the start of sports. Little did I know how close we actually were. Local Little Leagues have been working their way back to the diamond in the past week now that we are in Phase more
FROM STAFF REPORTS The Rhode Island Football Academy will be holding its 26th camp from June 29 to July 3 at Cranston Stadium in accordance with the state's Phase 2 plan for reopening. This camp is for ages 6-12 and 13-18 years of age. The camp more
In the wake of multiple instances of police brutality against African Americans, local activists are holdinga virtual 5K to support racial justice efforts. Due to COVID-19 social distancing … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Rocky Hill School recently held its winter awards presentation, honoring many athletes at the school with school awards as well as league awards. For middle school sports, winners from Warwick included Sabrina Chen, who won the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Department of Environmental Management announced the reopening of the golf course at Goddard Park last week, and locals have already been flooding the facility to hit the links. Of course, the department has implemented some new more
As the state of Rhode Island kicks off phase 2 of its plan to reopen since the COVID-19 shutdown, I am hoping this also means that we are inching closer to the return of sports. Although nothing is imminent on the local level in terms of leagues playing, more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Rhode Island College women's tennis player and Cranston West alum Jenna Lisi was recently named the United States Tennis Association's Rhode Island College Female Tennis Player of the Year for her performance for the Anchorwomen last more
I fished 12 locations earlier this week to prepare for four charters at the end of the week. The good news is that the fish are here and it is a great time to fish in our Bays, along our coast and at Block Island. Greenwich Bay was yielding bluefish more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Last week's first Non-Annual Aloha Joe Marathon was a success, raising roughly $4,700 toward helping local first responders. The race was a one-man show organized by the lone participant, "e;Aloha"e; Joe Sullivan, whose name comes from his more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Warwick native and Hamilton College standout ice hockey player Michaela Giuttari was recently named a Division III All-American by the American Hockey Coaches Association. Giuttari is one of six players on the first team in the East more
Tuesday the time of this writing water temperature at Conimicut Point was 62 degrees F, at Narragansett Pier it was 55 degrees F and sea water temperature at Narragansett Pier is expected to rise to … more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Bishop Hendricken pitcher Brad Lombardi was recently named the Gatorade Player of the Year for 2019-20. Lombardi is the first player to be chosen from Hendricken in Gatorade's 35 years of presenting the award. Lombardi was one of the more
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