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On a national scale, Major League Baseball opened its season last week. Like millions of Americans, I tuned into the opening weekend and was happy to finally feel a somewhat sense of normalcy in terms of television entertainment. However, on Monday, news more
On Monday, the Rhode Island Interscholastic League along with the Principals' Committee on Athletics held a virtual meeting to discuss the latest developments on the COVID-19 crisis and its effect on the spring sports season. The board unanimously voted more
We are currently in an unprecedented time in sports. In the past week, the coronavirus crisis has shut down essentially all sports across all levels. It has also shut down all other forms of public gathering, and has postponed major events. What does more
We need to put the brakes on climate change and its impacts. The last five years were the warmest five years ever. With all the heat warming water is impacting a lot of things including the fish we like to catch and eat. Cold water fish such as winter more
Like millions of other Americans, I spent much of Sunday afternoon tuning into the charity golf match between Team Tiger Woods-Peyton Manning and Team Phil Mickelson-Tom Brady. Woods-Manning came out on top by one hole, but the important part is that the more
Rhode Island, Massachusetts and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced grants worth $1.1 million for four regional studies (versus site specific studies) that will collect data vital to the development of offshore wind and fishing. more
Since the early going of the season, everyone knew that the boys basketball Division I race would come down to Bishop Hendricken and North Kingstown. The two teams have squared off the last two seasons in the Division I Final with the Skippers emerging 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
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) announced new freshwater fishing regulations that took effect August 2. The changes include minimum sizes for trout and salmon, clarification on how fish can be taken and designation of more
We are right in the thick of the winter postseason. We have had state champions, teams fall short, and other clubs still grinding through the toughest part of the season. Here are my updated thoughts on the playoff-championship season: Heading into the more
Some summer sports camps have begun this week and some other sports leagues, such as Little League, will be opening next week. Finally, we are taking the first real step toward the return of … more
The Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers Association (RISAA) will be holding a 'How to catch bigger fluke' online seminar Monday, July 27, 7 p.m. I will be the guest speaker. And, I plan to highlight tactics I have employed to catch larger fluke as well as more
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