Making Your Own Choice About Dining Out
Being able to make our own decision about dining indoors is the way it should be.
A Biting End to August
As the flies seemed to invade the beaches over the weekend we may have found a way to keep them away.
Destruction in the Name of Justice
Why are neighborhoods and cities literally being destroyed by the same people who live there...or are they?
Sponsor A Football Team On Shore Sports Network
We are asking local businesses and organizations to partner with us this fall by sponsoring our coverage of the 43 teams that are part of the Shore Conference.
Happy Birthday Brandon, We Love You!
Brandon has brought us great joy and as a dad I could not have asked for anything more.
Things You Should Not Throw Away
With no rhyme or reason here is today’s Hometown View.
Rule number one: always act like the microphone is ON.
5 Reasons Why We Should Try and Play Sports
This is not simply a black and white issue and in this case I think the grey is why we need to at least make an effort to have a fall season.
Time, Please Slow Down
I swear it seems like it was just yesterday I was going to the beach for the first time and now I’m getting closer to what will be the last day of this season.
‘React & Adapt': Surviving the Coronavirus Pandemic
Many creative concepts have emerged that not only kept business doors open but also kept people employed.
Keeping Track of the ‘ToddFather’
On a rainy Sunday without the usual activities available because of Gov. Phil Murphy's executive orders not even the Yankees-Red Sox can live up to the hype.
Virtual Might Be The Best of Bad Options
How can any district be confident they can open their doors next month when it comes to health and safety for students, teachers, staff, bus drivers and more?