Stafford’s Martin Truex Jr. Caps a Career Year with Championship
Martin Truex Jr. wrapped up his first NASCAR Cup Championship as Monmouth earns an at-large spot in the 24-team FCS playoff and 7 Shore teams remain the running for sectional championships.
How to Celebrate ‘Be Prepared for Winter Cancellation Day’
It’s only a matter of time before the forecast includes that four-letter word that brings a smile to the face of children and a frown to those of us who have no choice but to deal with it: SNOW!
The Things That Test Your Patience
Patience is a virtue but it can still be so frustrating at times.
‘If There Is a Need We Feed’ prepares Thanksgiving dinner
The restaurant and food service community has pulled together to help prepare a Thanksgiving dinner and it’s not too late for you to help too.
A Shining Silver Anniversary Season for Monmouth Football
Monmouth will play at Kennesaw State this coming Saturday for the Big South championship and a spot in the FCS Playoffs which is amazing considering most experts though they would be a .500 team during the pre-season.
Veterans Day: It’s Their Day and They Deserve It
Veterans Day is the time when we should thank all of those who served, from the shrinking “greatest generation” during World War II to those fighting a very different war today.
Take the Signs Down!
Election Day has come and gone so let’s make sure winners and losers remove those annoying lawn signs ASAPv. And besides Atlantic City where will you find many New Jersey teachers this week?
Winds of Change in Trenton
Phil Murphy indicated during his victory speech that the election results were an indictment against President Trump but for many New Jersey voters it was more a vote against Gov. Chris Christie.
Hawks Home Finale On The Shore Sports Network
The Shore Sports Network and Monmouth University announced today that Saturday’s regular-season home finale against Gardner-Webb will be broadcast live on Beach Radio 1160 & 1310AM and streamed at shoresportsnetwork.com.
Have We Lost Faith in the System?
I still believe in the process and believe we should exercise our right to vote but for a variety of reasons it seems like we are often left simply choosing from the lesser of two evils.
Good or Bad, Let the Playoffs Begin
Making the playoffs should be a reward for a good season not mediocrity but the barbaric system in the Garden State is caught up in red tape by school administrators who don’t know the definition of forward thinking.
A Brick Teacher is Rewarded for Excellence
Yesterday I attended a special school-wide assembly at Brick Memorial High School in which a teacher who fits all the descriptions when it comes to the word OUTSTANDING was saluted and rewarded and the best part was she had no idea it was coming.