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Historical Society of Bloomfield Scores Big with Vintage Baseball Event

September 19, 2018

BLOOMFIELD, NJ -  The Historical Society of Bloomfield (HSOB) hosted a vintage baseball game on Sept. 15 at Wright’s Field, which borders the historic Morris Canal Greenway in Bloomfield. Nineteenth century baseball club The Hoboken Nine took on The Bloomfield Buzzards, with the Hoboken Nine winning 20 to 6. 

The game, organized by Bloomfield resident and HSOB Recording ...

Football: Turnovers Prove Costly as Nutley Shutout by Montclair, 35-0

MONTCLAIR — Nutley had no issue with getting the football and even threatened with some scoring chances Saturday afternoon. 

The problem was, the Raiders just couldn’t hold onto to pigskin. 

Montclair’s Tariq Jiles came up with a 19-yard pick-six on the first play of the game and Montclair (1-1) would never look back. The Mounties fired on all cylinders and ...

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center Named Best Designed Museum in NJ

MONTCLAIR/LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Architectural Digest recently announced its selection for the best designed museums in every state in America. The Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, located n the campus of Montclair State University, topped the list in the Garden State.

According to a release, the museum and learning center was redesigned by IKON 5 Architects in 2011. Each year, ...

Bloomfield Bengals Defeat Nutley Raiders 33 - 20 in Football Season Opener

BLOOMFIELD, NJ - The Bloomfield Bengals defeated the Nutley Raiders in the football season opener on Foley Field in Bloomfield August 30.

The Bengals made the first touchdown of hte night. By the end of the first quarter the  Bengals led 14 - 7.

In the second Bengal Kyle Tice made a touchdown pass to Christian Parisi to bring the Bengals lead the Raiders 20-7 in the ...

Rutgers Names Old Bridge Freshman as Starting QB

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers football has decided to go with a freshman over a red-shirt senior for the quarterback job. 

Artur Sitkowski will start as quarterback for the 2018 season opener against Texas State on Saturday, Sept. 1, before heading out to Ohio State to compete against one of the most talented defenses in college football.

As expected, Sitkowski beat ...

Scarlet Knights Up Their Game-Day Experience for Fans

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ  - Fans going to Scarlet Knights football games will find a long list of ways to improve their game day this year, from the convenience of digital tickets, to opportunities for sideline passes to bottomless popcorn buckets, or maybe a healthier BBQ chicken and mushroom sandwich.

Rutgers University will let fans receive the tickets in advance electronically and print them ...

Could NJ Surpass Nevada and Become the Top U.S. Sports Betting Market?

New Jersey’s Director of Gaming Enforcement says goal is to become top US sports betting market, but how realistic is that goal?

David Rebuck, the ever-optimistic Director of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, made a bold proclamation last week when he told Gambling Compliance [paywall] that his goal is for New Jersey to be the top sports betting market in ...

Mets’ Todd Frazier Talks Jersey Roots, Benefits of Playing Close to Home

FLUSHING, NY — Throughout the past decade, New Jersey has produced copious baseball talent at the major league level. There are currently 19 New Jersey natives in the league, a number that is higher than it’s ever been. 

"We got a lot of good guys and we represent where we’re from,” said the New York Mets’ Todd Frazier, one of those 19. 

Of ...

Nutley FCA Students Help With Hurricane Harvey Texas Rebuild

NUTLEY, NJ- We have endured our share of natural disasters in New Jersey over the past decade.  So, the selflessness displayed by young local heroes to travel halfway across the country to assist others struggling to recover is truly inspiring.


From July 22 to 28, Nutley Fellowship of Christian Athletes embarked on a week-long journey to Rockport, Texas, as 44 volunteers helped ...

It was J-E-T-S at RU on Saturday

PISCATAWAY, NJ - The Jets were on the banks Saturday night, using High Point Solutions Stadium as host of their Green and White scrimmage. 

It was a great time for Jets fans to see the team's young quarterback Sam Darnold throw some passes during a loose scrimmage that had plenty of offense and no real defense (so no one got injured.) There were plenty of fans in Jets garb, as ...


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