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The Boston Celtics, led by Johnston’s own Joe Mazzulla, regained the top spot in NBA championships won when they beat Dallas on Monday night for their 18th. There is so much to chew on … more
Fishing has been outstanding for a number of anglers. Very impressive stories, from some very accomplished anglers, so I thought I would share some. East End Eddie Doherty, Cape Cod Canal … more
The Gershkoff Auto Body American Legion baseball program returns this summer and is bigger than it’s ever been. The Cranston-Johnston organization now fields four teams - 9-U, 14-U, 17-U … more
Special to the Herald Early results are matching Warwick Tree Post Two’s preseason expectations. The club swept Gershkoff Auto Body/Auburn Post 20 8-2 and 11-1 in a doubleheader … more
The Cranston Western Little League Del’s Lemonade team topped Gershkoff 4-2 to win the Majors championship last week. Gershkoff jumped out to an early 2-1 lead, but Del’s would … more
A new report written by anglers serves as a call-to-arms to galvanize the angling community to demand action as climate change disrupts fishing experiences coast to coast Last month, the … more
The top-seeded Cranston West boys volleyball team fell in the Division II championship 3-1 (25-19/ 21-25/ 23-25/ 22-25) to Barrington last Friday night at Rhode Island College. It was the second … more
This past weekend marked the end of the high school sports season and this spring was a lot of fun and as always, a fast one. There was a lot to chew on from the past two months of action, so … more
Last weekend’s Gaspee Days 5k foot race was a homecoming for Warwick native Elly McGuire, who returned to the course 46 years after her first appearance in the event. Back in 1978, McGuire … more
The Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is West softball player Sam Healy. Despite the Falcons training 7-1 heading into the final inning of the state championship against La Salle, the West … more
The Cranston West softball team’s unlikely run in Division I came to a close when La Salle held off a late Falcon rally to win 7-5 in the state championship at Rhode Island College. The … more
For the second time this spring, the Cranston Herald’s Athlete of the Week is East softball pitcher Isabella Sousa. The freshman phenom wrapped up her debut season in style, leading the Bolts … more
The Cranston West boys volleyball team edged visiting Lincoln 3-1 to advance to this weekend’s state championship game. Christian Mak finished the day with 19 kills and 15 digs while Chris … more
Bishop Hendricken high school retired Kwity Paye’s No. 1 on Monday afternoon in front of a packed house on campus. As you can imagine, it was pretty emotional from start to finish. Kwity … more
Summer flounder or fluke fishing started to pick up this week off our southern coastal shoreline. Elisa Cahill of Snug Harbor Marina, South Kingstown said last week, “The fluke bite is slow but … more
The Cranston West girls outdoor track & field team followed up its Class A championship win with another strong performance last week in Providence when it took home second place at the state … more
The Cranston East tennis team’s big season came to a close last week when North Smithfield handed it a 4-0 loss in the Division III championship at Slater Park in Pawtucket. The Bolts and … more
Special to The Herald The Cranston East softball team made history on Saturday - and the mark left in the record book will be a bold one. On the strength of a dominant pitching performance … more
Cranston resident Alfred Travieso, AKA Danger Boy Alfredo, recently became the Renegade Wrestling Alliance’s oldest individual champion after securing the Hype Championship belt. He is a … more
NOAA Fisheries is providing $6 million in Inflation Reduction Act funding to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The funding will support projects developing technologies to minimize risk from … more
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