Monthly Archives: June 2022

Which Jersey Shore Is Right For You?

by on June 28, 2022 0
If you’ve ever talked to anyone from New Jersey, you know the Jersey Shore is the place to be. Whether you’re looking for warm sand beaches and cool ocean waves, or weekend fun at the casinos and bars, New Jersey’s beaches have you covered. There are so many great beaches to choose from… how... Read More

Philly’s new superintendent talks about student success, teacher turnover and early goals

by on June 16, 2022 0
Let’s talk about equity and justice in education. We are currently awaiting a decision in the fair school funding lawsuit. Pennsylvania has been accused of adopting an inequitable funding system that does not provide the resources all of its students need to meet state standards and discriminates against students based on their socioeconomic status.... Read More

Scott quits Winslow Twp. the head coach

by on June 15, 2022 0
After taking the Winslow Township High School football team to new heights, Kenny Scott has stepped down as head coach for personal reasons. Scott made the announcement via a Twitter post on Wednesday afternoon. He announced his decision to his players earlier today. The Eagles won their first-ever sectional title last fall when they... Read More

All-Telegraph-Forum Baseball and Softball Teams

by on June 15, 2022 0
It’s time to meet the All-Telegraph-Forum baseball and softball teams. Locally we had two league champions like Wynford won its first baseball title since 2016 and Col. Crawford shared the softball crown with Mohawk, the Eagles’ first since 2016. Let’s see who makes up the All-TF teams for the 2022 season. All-Telegraph-Forum Baseball ’22... Read More

Striking healthcare workers in Newark, N.J. reject management’s austerity proposal

by on June 11, 2022 0
Picket line at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey On Thursday night, striking healthcare workers at Saint Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey, overwhelmingly rejected a final offer from management that would have imposed harsh austerity on hospital staff who have made great sacrifices throughout the pandemic. The rejection is a... Read More

A look at three different Midland food trucks

by on June 10, 2022 0
In Midland, food trucks are becoming increasingly popular. Their convenience, along with their unique dishes, can be a great option for friends and family looking for something different. Here’s a taste of three options that will be seen around Midland. TX dog scooter Scooter Dog TX is a new food truck in Midland specializing... Read More

Aussies are getting their finances in order

by on June 5, 2022 0
We all know debt happens, but getting it under control is a whole different ball game. New information from Commonwealth Bank and Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research shows that financial wellbeing scores are significantly higher than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic. If you want to join the crowd and start taking... Read More

Regional report: Van Horn binds DeBriyn

by on June 5, 2022 0
STILLWATER, Okla. –Arkansas coach Dave Van Horn tied his mentor in the NCAA record books on Saturday night. The Razorbacks’ 20–12 win over Oklahoma State was Van Horn’s 1,161st as an NCAA baseball coach. That tied former Arkansas coach Norm DeBriyn and former Clemson coach Bill Wilhelm for 34th in NCAA history. Van Horn... Read More

There’s no party like a baby Colin party

by on June 4, 2022 0
| With just over a month before FX What we do in the shadows returns for its highly anticipated fourth season, fans have already some idea of ​​what awaits Laszlo (Matt Berry) & (Baby) Colin (Marc Proksch), Naja (Natasia Demetriou), Guillermo (Harvey Guillén), and Nandor (Kayvan Novak). Based on the official Season 4 preview,... Read More

I was in pieces and refused to swap shirts with Diego Maradona after ‘Hand of God’ goal – and it cost me £7m

by on June 3, 2022 0
TERRY FENWICK refused to swap shirts with Diego Maradona – and it cost him £7.14million. The Argentina legend gifted his famous No.10 to Fenwick, who scored it in the epic 1986 World Cup quarter-final. 1 Terry Fenwick brings down Diego Maradona at the 1986 World CupCredit: PA The tough England defender was far too... Read More

Drew Timme returns to Spokane

by on June 2, 2022 0
After weeks of deliberation, one of the best to ever play in a Gonzaga jersey decided he wanted one more season in Spokane, as Drew Timme officially announced he was returning to Gonzaga for his senior season. Needless to say, this is huge news for the Zags, as they enter the season with a... Read More