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The fall season is officially a wrap for Beacon Communications. As always, it went by fast. Thanksgiving marked two great football matchups for our local high school teams as the Johnston Panthers made the trip to Pilgrim to battle the Pats while more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI NOAA Fisheries will implement Amendment 7 to the Atlantic Bluefish Fishery Management Plan (FMP), as adopted by the Mid-Atlantic Fishery Management Council (FMP). The Council … more
By CAPT. DAVE MONTI Fishing gear is expensive and through COVID there was a shortage so taking care of your gear is more important than ever before. And, if you are going to invest in new gear what should you look for? Learn how to maintain your rods and more
The Bishop Hendricken football team won its fourth consecutive state championship on Sunday afternoon by topping rival La Salle 49-40 at Cranston Stadium. It was a shootout from start to finish and became the highest-scoring state championship in Rhode more
The Beacon Communications coverage area is officially down to one team for the fall season as the Bishop Hendricken football team is set to take on rival La Salle Academy once again for the state championship this weekend. Last week we saw two big upsets more
Paul Newman of New Milford, New Jersey took the Rhode Island State Record for tautog last week with a 33-inch, 21.57-pound tautog caught when fishing on a charter with Capt. Connor MacLeod of … more
Most of you have heard the story by now, but the Pilgrim High School and Warwick Vets bleachers were closed off last week due to a code violation. During a Toll Gate girls soccer game at Vets, a parent in the stands noticed that the bleachers had too more
Cod fish are bottom fish that are basically lazy. They are not aggressively hunting, they pretty much stay on the bottom, often near structure (underwater wrecks, rock piles, holes, humps and … more
This past weekend, a group of about 30 or so people held a celebration to honor retired coach Francis "Mickey" McGuire. McGuire, 94, spent decades coaching local youth sports including football, basketball and baseball and made countless friendships more
By ALEX SPONSELLER The Cranston West football team dropped its third straight decision last Friday when visiting Cumberland rolled to a 33-6 win. Steve Girouard continued to add to his breakout season with a rushing touchdown to get the Falcons on the more
With the playoffs coming up in most sports, I have begun rummaging through the various playoff schedules, formats and possibilities. One thing that excites me is how a handful of our girls soccer teams are ready to make a run toward a championship. The more
Brandon Hagopian and his girlfriend Jenna Lombardo, both of Cranston, caught a 1,000-pound, 124-inch bluefin tuna Sunday, October 17 fishing off Cape Cod. They caught the tuna not on a large sport fishing boar but on Brandon's 24-foot Cobia center more
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