Sports Columns
24 results total, viewing 1 - 10
After a three-month hiatus, high school sports will make their return this week. And, personally, I couldn't be more excited for football season to start. However, as many of you know, there has been some shuffling amid divisions in just about every more
During the holiday season, I often reflect and write about why fishing brings me joy. I am very blessed and fortunate. I am able to share the joy of fishing with others by taking them fishing on my boat or by advocating and writing about the fish and more
Middle school sports in Warwick are only a month old and they're already receiving rave reviews. The Winman and Warwick Vets fall teams have been in action for a few weeks now, and things are being learned as the new process progresses, but the feedback more
Division I: The Big Two Division I's best public schools this year are South Kingstown, Portsmouth, Cranston East and Central. The Rebels (5-1) and Patriots (3-2) played one of the league's few all-timers this season, which saw SK storm back to score 21 more
An unexpected problem can occur anytime and you need to be prepared. How do you tell people you need help? On State or Federally controlled waters, unless you have a canoe, kayak, etc., you are required to carry three night visual distress signals (VDS). more
Have you ever gone fishing or for a sightseeing tour on a charter boat or maybe for a half-day lighthouse cruise? Before paying the captain and loading your kids aboard, consider how you know it is safe. The captain is smiling and helping you aboard, but more
As fishermen, we need to advocate and stand up for the fish. Because if we do not, no one else will and there will be no fish in the sea to catch for commercial or recreational fishers. Last week, the Recreational Fishing Alliance more
The Rhode Island Marine Fisheries Council (RIMFC) met last week at the URI Graduate School of Oceanography (Bay Campus) to review stock status on a number of species and make recommendations on commercial fishing regulations. Most of the items on the more
Boaters tend to have a camaraderie and watch out for each other, but your responsibility as a boater goes beyond your immediate anchorage. The Coast Guard watches out for everyone's safety, but they can't be everywhere. You are part of Homeland Security, more
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) is stocking ponds across Rhode Island with 6,000 trout in advance of Columbus Day weekend. Because of the extreme drought conditions present in many of the state's fresh waters, the number of more
1 | 2 | 3 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.