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The popular convoy goes to Washington

by on March 4, 2022 0
It was freezing cold in the high Mojave Desert when the American version of Canada’s “Freedom Convoy” rallied at a parade ground in Adelanto, California. At 8 a.m., the parking lot from which the convoy departed was full of cars, with hundreds of supporters milling about, chatting and waving flags. A pink food truck... Read More

NJ baseball coach, 20, charged with sexually assaulting 12-year-old

by on February 24, 2022 0
CHERRY HILL — A 20-year-old baseball coach and landscaper has been charged with sexually assaulting a 12-year-old child. Thomas Bianco III was charged Wednesday with two counts of second-degree sexual assault and two third-degree counts of endangering the well-being of a child. The incidents reported to police allegedly occurred in Bianco’s vehicle, Camden County... Read More

Althea Gibson was the first black tennis star

by on February 21, 2022 0
Did you know … Playing at Wimbledon and being an international tennis player didn’t start with Serena William. In fact, the first black tennis player to win the French Open (1956), Wimbledon (1957-58) and the US Open (1957-58) in singles, a Grand Slam title, was Althea Gibson. How did she get so big? Althea... Read More

Sischo continues to shine with record season

by on February 7, 2022 0
AMHERST, NY (WKBW) — If you attend a Daemen men’s basketball game, you’ll see Andrew Sischo making plays, and he’s been doing so since joining the program full-time in 2017. As the Wildcats’ in-house force, it’s hard to believe that a guy with minimal offers outside of high school became one of the best... Read More

It’s in the family | Penn State baseball transfer CJ Pittaro hopes to follow in father’s footsteps | Penn State Baseball News

by on January 31, 2022 0
His grandfather is a baseball legend from Rider University. His father was an MLB player. Her mother was on the United States women’s national soccer team. Her sister competes for the Yale women’s soccer team. For second-year shortstop CJ Pittaro and his family, the sport is more than a hobby, it’s a way of... Read More

Loyalsock Boys Basketball winning state title was best story of the year | News, Sports, Jobs

by on January 1, 2022 0
SUN-GAZETTE FILE PHOTO The Loyalsock boys’ basketball team pose with the PIAA class AAA trophy after winning the program’s first-ever title in March. He was voted the Sun-Gazette Story of the Year. This past year has been rich in remarkable sporting achievements. Over the past 12 months, many teams and individual players have done... Read More

New gentle journeys for patients at Unterberg Children’s Hospital – MidJersey.News

by on December 14, 2021 0
December 14, 2021 LONG BRANCH, NJ (MONMOUTH) – Monmouth Medical Center (MMC) Unterberg Children’s Hospital is offering a fun new way to transport their young patients to luxury procedures. Thanks to a generous donation from the Freehold Township High School Football and Cheer Program, a fleet of luxury mini-cars including a Mercedes, Bentley and... Read More

Holiday Events in Somerville, Flemington & Clinton This Weekend

by on December 1, 2021 0
The central Jersey holiday season is back to normal with annual events drawing thousands of people this weekend. The Downtown Somerville Alliance Holiday Jubilee takes place Friday evening while the Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce’s annual Hunterdon County Holiday Parade is scheduled for Sunday evening. The Somerville Fire Department’s Holiday Parade of Lights will take... Read More

Defensive chase continues against Aliquippa for Jersey Shore | News, Sports, Jobs

by on December 1, 2021 0
MARK NANCE / Sun-Gazette Correspondent Jersey Shore players swarm against Lewisburg in a game this season. The Bulldogs played the lights against Meadville in the state quarterfinal last week. Jersey Shore has multiple hunters, so some were disappointed that they missed out on a prime hunting opportunity last Saturday. But then the Bulldogs decided... Read More

Park Middle School named after Tuskegee Airman

by on November 11, 2021 0
SCOTCH PLAINS – Malcolm E. Nettingham, an aviator from Tuskegee, let his actions speak louder than his words. So changing the name of his old high school, more recently known as Park Middle School, to Malcolm E. Nettingham Middle School, in a Veterans Day ceremony on Thursday, was beyond his imagination, according to his... Read More

GLOBAL GOALS FOR SUSTAINABLE GAINS: THE UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS, PART II | Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, Pennsylvania

by on November 10, 2021 0
Abstract examples have been provided, but a deeper dive is warranted. When preparing to incorporate one or more SDGs into your business strategy, it is advisable to first identify your organization’s strengths and weaknesses in sustainability as well as contributing factors. Once identified, this information should be the subject of inclusive internal conversations with... Read More

Jersey Mike’s sub-store opens in Shrewsbury

by on November 1, 2021 0
SHREWSBURY – When Boston College graduate Tyler Tombs decided he wanted to invest in a business, he was ready to become a franchise owner of a Mike Jersey sub-store. “Growing up on the Jersey Shore, this was my local sub-store,” Tombs explained. “My family went there all the time.” At 26 and three years... Read More

Glen Cameron Tuckett | News, Sports, Jobs

by on October 30, 2021 0
Glen Cameron Tuckett, 93, passed away peacefully at his home in Provo early in the morning of October 26, 2021 after a brief hospitalization following a stroke last week. He was a husband, father, grandfather, trainer and many other titles in between. He was just as proud of BYU baseball’s coveted Cameron Tuckett Award,... Read More

Jersey Mike’s submarines to open at Seabrook

by on October 29, 2021 0
Jersey Mike’s Press Release: October 29, 2021 Jersey Mike’s Subs, known for its fresh sliced ​​/ fresh grilled subs, will open at 652, chemin Lafayette, office # 2, in Seabrook on November 3. Franchise owners Betsey Thomas and Jennifer Ting will host a grand opening and fundraiser from Wednesday November 3 through Sunday November... Read More

Top 25 statewide after week 8

by on October 26, 2021 0
After an exciting week 8 of the high school football season, two teams joined the USA TODAY NETWORK New Jersey Top 25 rankings. Each week, voters across the network rank the state’s top 25 teams. Statewide rankings will be released every Tuesday morning. Here is the ranking of the 25 best after week 8:... Read More

Arch Manning has another good experience in Texas

by on October 19, 2021 0
New Orleans, La. Isidore Newman five-star quarterback 2023 Manning Arch spent his weekend at the University of Texas, a trip back to Austin where the top passer first performed at Darrell K Royal Stadium. “He brightened up and just said he had a great time,” Isidore Newman head coach Nelson Stewart said. “Loved atmosphere... Read More

Top 25 statewide after week 6

by on October 12, 2021 0
After a fun 6 week of high school football season, a few teams made big leaps in the USA TODAY NETWORK New Jersey Top 25 rankings. Each week, voters across the network rank the state’s top 25 teams. Statewide rankings will be released every Tuesday morning. Here is the ranking of the 25 best... Read More

How to get your teenager to volunteer

by on October 6, 2021 0
© ISTOCKPHOTO.COM / PIXDELUXE greliving is an important endeavor at any age, but for teens on the road to independence, it is invaluable. Helping others allows teens to tap into their own value system in a way that is meaningful to them, giving them purpose. And with so many teens feeling disconnected during the... Read More

Rutgers, Ohio State made history with QBs Gavin Wimsatt and Quinn Ewers this fall: here’s why their club can stay pretty exclusive

by on October 1, 2021 0
The Pioneer teams will meet this weekend, but they probably won’t. Ohio State quarterback Quinn Ewers became the first rookie to skip his final high school season in a bid to capitalize on name, image and likeness opportunities in late July. Rutgers quarterback Gavin Wimsatt became the second in early September. Ewers chose to... Read More

Media coverage of the Week 5 Blitz action from the Big Central Football Conference

by on September 30, 2021 0
MyCentralJersey.com continues its coverage of the Big Central Football Conference with a 5 week Media Blitz. You will find the full schedule of matches below. The final scores from these contests, along with links to stories, will be updated on this page throughout the weekend. The MyCentralJersey.com team of photographers and journalists will host... Read More

“I’m fine here”

by on September 29, 2021 0
Kevin Ollie is back in his element. His voice grows hoarse after shouting instructions for a few hours in training for Overtime Elite, the fledgling basketball operation for top prospects. He always seeks “level 5” enthusiasm from his players. Level 120, actually. “It means a level 5 every day,” said Ollie, “because tomorrow is... Read More

Top 25 statewide after week 4

by on September 28, 2021 0
After an exciting week 4 of high school football season, four new teams entered the New Jersey USA TODAY NETWORK Top 25 rankings. Each week, voters across the network rank the state’s top 25 teams. Statewide rankings will be released every Tuesday morning. Here is the ranking of the 25 best after week 3:... Read More

NJ Devils defender dedicates Newark mural

by on September 27, 2021 0
NEWARK – Yasmin De Jesus grew up going to the swimming pool at the Ironbound Leisure Center. She “never thought” that she could decorate the installation. De Jesus’ work was unveiled on Monday: a colorful, multi-faceted mural that stretches from the building’s facade to the top of the bleachers at Eddie Moraes Stadium. His... Read More
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