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The Tolman girls’ basketball team, sparked by a 26-3 run that spanned from the end of the first half to midway through the second half, downed Pilgrim in the Division III quarterfinals on Tuesday … more
The CCRI Lady Knights softball team hosted the Bulldogs of Dean College for a doubleheader Sunday at Winslow Park. The Lady Knights swept the Bulldogs 9-0 and 8-0 to improve to 16-8 overall and 9-1 … more
Max Miranda has proven in his three high school seasons that he shines brightest when the stakes are at their peak. But on Saturday, the junior set a new standard even for himself. Miranda set … more
The Magnuson-Stevens Act (MSA), the nation’s landmark fisheries law, is now 40 years old. I attended a senate hearing last week in Washington, DC to review the MSA.   Members of the … more
The tears flowed on the Warwick Vets side after its final Thanksgiving football game, a 46-12 loss to Pilgrim, but the score wasn’t much of a concern. The emotion stemmed from the end of … more
Another chapter in the storied Pilgrim-Warwick Vets rivalry has come to a close. The Pats and ’Canes faced off one last time in unified basketball on Wednesday morning, with Pilgrim emerging … more
A healthy Hendricken team is going to be tough to beat. Since falling at La Salle in double overtime without Preston Santos on Jan. 6, the Hawks have rattled off eight straight league wins – … more
“Wow! What’s that, Dad?” your son asks as you cruise down the bay. Heading up to the Port of Providence you see a huge tanker. Where is it coming from and what is it carrying? Oil tankers are … more
Angel Camacho Jr. (15-0, 5 KOs), a Providence native who currently resides in Warwick, faces off against “The Pride of Providence” Peter Manfredo Jr. (40-7, 21 KOs) at Twin River Casino on … more
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