Doing The People’s Work or the Party’s Work in Washington?
If you listened to much of the rhetoric during the brief but costly government shutdown you came away wondering if Republicans and Democrats will ever work together for the good of the country rather than their party.
Can the Eagles Fly to Victory over Patriots?
New England has shown signs of weakness and this just might be the year that Philadelphia hosts a victory parade in February.
Toms River Loses It’s Own ‘Wonder Woman’
Lucy cared about people, her family, her church, her town and yes for a large part of her life the Chamber of Commerce.
WOBM Celebrates its Golden Anniversary [50 Memories In 50 Days]
I can top Bob Levy as WOBM's longest full-time employee as I started in July of 1979.
Saying Goodbye to the Governor
Only 13% of the 1,200 people surveyed had a favorable impression of the two-term governor while 68% had an unfavorable view of Gov. Chris Christie, historically low numbers in a state that doesn’t usually think highly of its departing leaders. Of course there was a time when Christie was view…
The Winter Blues Settle In for a Long Stay
We’ve already had enough brutal weather and yet winter only officially arrived 20 days ago and we have another 69 days before spring arrives on March 20th.
Trenton Gets Involved in High School Sports
If the bill allowing schools to merge teams becomes law schools could potentially create "superteams" without NJSIAA approval.
Back to Work After a Cold Week Off
As I usually do I took a few days off after the WOBM Christmas Classic and certainly the weather did not cooperate.
I’m Sorry but I Forgot Your Name
I'm not being rude but I simply can’t match faces with names. While it’s nothing new it seems to be getting worse which you can blame on age but I think that’s more a simple answer then necessarily the correct one.
Celebrating the Return of Richard’s and Hallmark Christmas Movies
The countdown to Christmas continues with the return of a Bayville favorite and a Lacey Township student-turned-coach getting his first win.
Getting Ready for the WOBM Christmas Classic with Breakfast
More than 260 players, coaches and guests were not only treated to an outstanding breakfast but heard from Monmouth University men’s basketball coach King Rice who served as guest speaker.
‘If There is a Need We Will Feed’ Back for Christmas
They will prepare and package over 800 meals on Christmas morning that will either be picked up by groups or delivered in some cases. Many will go to organizations that help care for veterans in need as well as the homeless.