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Last Friday night, I was lucky enough to cover two very exciting games that each went to overtime. The first was Bishop Hendricken basketball, who managed to tie the score on a buzzer-beating shot at the end of regulation to send it to the extra period. more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Indoor Track and Field Class Championships were held this past weekend and the Providence Career and Technical Institute, and many locals shined as they set their sights on this month's upcoming state championships. Here is a look more
If you want to be entertained while you learn striped bass fishing tips, tactics and techniques from one of the best you should tune into Charley Soares and his 'Successful Striper Fishing' Zoom seminar sponsored by the Rhode Island Saltwater Anglers more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston and Warwick boys hockey co-op team faced off last week at the Thayer Arena and tied 6-6 in a wild contest. The Falcons pushed the hectic pace for much of regulation and took a three-goal lead late in the second period. more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston East girls basketball team has a young roster this winter season and is looking for its first win. The Bolts had an uphill climb last weekend, having to face West Warwick on the road with only seven players dressed due to more
In case you didn't hear, former New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl win on Sunday over the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. Wow. We all knew the narratives and the arguments regarding Tom Brady, more
Is ice safe for fishing or skating? Now that it is cold all need to be mindful of ice on ponds and lakes that may look safe, but is not. Check with local cities and towns to find out if ice on a local pond or lake is safe to fish or skate on. Ice must more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West girls basketball team completed a thrilling 58-53 comeback win over visiting Johnston during the team's senior night last week. The Panthers came out hot in the first quarter and took a 12-6 lead and extended it to more
We are now a few weeks into the winter season and I have already seen a handful of our teams drop tough losses. Obviously, this winter season got off to a late start and is being crammed in time for the third season to hopefully begin in March. Schedules more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The defending Division II champion Cranston East boys swim team and the 2019 Division III East girls got their season underway last week. Due to the ongoing pandemic, teams will not be swimming against one another in person, and will more
It's time for the recreational fishing community to speak up and be counted in the planning of offshore wind farms. Throughout February public hearings on the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management's (BOEM) Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) on the more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West basketball team jumped out to a hot start this season with a 2-0 record, but suffered its first setback last week when the Burrillville Broncos rolled to a 46-33 win at West. It was a low-scoring battle throughout the more
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