World Series Anniversary: Beast of the East Brought Championship Home 19 Years Ago
It was August 29, 1998 when the boys from Windsor Avenue beat a team from Kashima, Japan 12-9 to cap an amazing summer which put Toms River on the national stage.
The Wide World of Sports Controversies
Three sports matters making headlines are worthy of discussion.
Losing Powerball Means the Office Lights Stay Lit
As the Powerball is won with a ticket sold in Massachusetts, the "Jackson 13" of the Holbrook Little League can end their World Series run with their heads held high.
The Mistake of Rewriting History
History is defined as a chronological record of significant events often including an explanation of their causes. Much of our history is not something we are proud of but we don’t erase it. The idea is often to learn from mistakes of the past so they are not repeated.
The Eclipse Provided a Diversion
It was nice to have something of a trivial nature occupy our attention and in many cases bring people together to share in something. It was a diversion badly needed.
John Mayer and the Solar Eclipse
The eclipse will begin at 1:23 p.m. this afternoon and will peak at 2:46 p.m. when the moon will block out about 71% of the sun. The astrological event will be over at 4:02 p.m.
‘Jackson 13′ Hopes the Magic Continues
The Holbrook Little League All-Stars begin their quest to bring the championship back to Ocean County when they face Fairfield, Connecticut at 3pm today in Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Small Town Displays a Big Heart at Relay for Life
This weekend the borough of Ocean Gate hosts the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
John Russo, Ocean County’s Political Giant
John Russo died this past weekend following a lengthy illness at the age of 84.
Charlottesville: Our Greatest Enemy is Us
What took place in Charlottesville, Virginia this weekend to me is much more concerning than North Korea because it once again showed that we are not all united in America.