NJ4NJ Helping New Jersey Businesses Impacted By Pandemic
A former Jersey Shore resident who helped during Superstorm Sandy now wants to make an even bigger impact in NJ
Sampling Harry’s Smokin’ BBQ in South Toms River & Basketball in Manasquan
A week or so before the Super Bowl I went on Facebook and asked people to recommend a place to get wings for the big game.
Playing for Bragging Rights
In the Shore Conference Postseason Mansaquan and Marlboro play in the boys "championship pod" while St. John Vianney and Red Bank Catholic play in the girls.
The Mixed Up Month of March
Springlike days in March can often be followed by several in which the temperature will struggle to get out of the 30s.
A #@!&%* Big Bar of Soap
There is no doubt that we Americans are using profanity more than ever before and it’s not limited to movies and cable television. It’s everywhere.
Frazier Makes an Impression and 6 Other Items
Winter is not over, the Mets honor Tom Seaver and a return to full classroom instruction among seven unrelated items up for discussion.
Bob Levy: Remembering a Friend
March 1st will always be remembered as not only the anniversary of WOBM but the day Ocean County lost a legend.
A Financial Boost for A Need We Feed
A state grant will allow A Need We Feed to continue delivering more than 11,000 hot meals each year to veterans, children and families dealing with food insecurity.
Why No Tiger Means More Beach Time
Following his horrific crash this week Tiger Woods will likely never play in a PGA event again although you would make a mistake in counting him out if indeed he does want to try.
New Jersey: At a Coronavirus Crossroad?
On one hand you have a drop in many of the numbers that concern us the most but on the other people are still dying every day from COVID complication
Sad Things Come in Threes
There was a trio of losses over the weekend that by themselves would have been sad but as a group were tragic and painful as many knew and called all three “friends.”
Parents are Back…That’s Good and Bad
I truly believe that most parents simply want what is best for their sons and daughters but are poor judges of talent when it comes to their own children.