Cal Ripken Jr Pays A Visit To Roy Rogers
Hall of Famer Cal Ripken, Jr. paid a visit to the Roy Rogers in Brick on Monday as part of the quick-service restaurant chains 50th anniversary celebration.
Making The Case to Let Kids Be Kids
Adults have not only allowed but often encouraged our children to focus on the sport we believe they are best in or, as some feel, the one that gives them the best chance to earn a college scholarship.
Insults, Drafts and Chicken
Thoughts about comedian Michelle Wolf's monologue at the White House Correspondents Dinner, Shore Conference football players in the NFL Draft and a major league star serving up chicken in Brick.
Lacey Township HS Boys Volleyball Helps to Spike Opioid Addiction
The Lacey High School boy’s volleyball team feels very strong about the issue of opioid addiction and hopes that their efforts will touch their fellow students as well as the Lacey community.
No More Shock at Tragedy
Unfortunately there is not much that shocks and surprises us any longer as we have become conditioned to expect tragedy and the senseless loss of lives.
Leading on the Field and Shining in the Classroom
The Shore Football Coaches Foundation should be praised for emphasizing the student part of student-athlete because that will likely determine the future success of the 80 young men honored Sunday.
Student of the Week
92.7 WOBM and Gateway Toyota of Toms River honor MARY FITAMANT of Donovan Catholic High School as the Student of the Week.
Love Billy Joel? Pay Attention!
Nationally acclaimed vocalist Chris Pinnella along with his 8-piece band will perform the Billy Joel Songbook featuring many of the Piano Man’s biggest hits to benefit the HOPE Center.
An Upset in the Search for the Jersey Shore’s Greatest Sports Personality
Phil Villapiano, a former Pro Bowl linebacker for the Oakland Raiders soundly defeated Todd Frazier in the final round of voting.
Ignorance on Ocean County Roads
If I had to rank my personal top two traffic pet peeves I would probably go with failure to use a turn signal and complete ignorance of yield signs.