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Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners Outline 2022 Goals During Annual Reorganization Meeting

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ – The Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners held their annual Reorganization meeting on Thursday evening, during which they reflected on the County’s efforts during 2021 and shared their vision for the future. That vision focuses on implementing their Destination 2040 strategic vision which outlines top priorities for the County that will ...

Saint Joseph Pins Woodbridge, 61-9, on Senior Night

METUCHEN, NJ -- Saint Joseph wrestling continued its dominance on the mats with a 61-9 victory over visiting Woodbridge on Senior Night. After the match, head coach Michael Carbone discussed the impact of his seniors on the program:

Seniors

Aidan Pierce
"Aidan has been a four-year starter for the Falcons but unfortunately had his season end early due to a shoulder injury. Aidan ...

SJHS Hockey Hits Historic 800th Game and 200th Win in Same Night

METUCHEN, NI – It was a milestone day all around for St. Joseph High School’s hockey team on January 12 when the team completed its 800th game as an athletic program for the school. Making the night even more special coach Ryan Carter won his 200th game as head coach of the team.

Carter and Coach Kolodney are foundations in the hockey program at Saint Joseph high school as they are ...

SJHS Announces Seniors of the Month

METUCHEN, NJ - St. Joseph High announced their seniors of the month recently.  This month featured Mekai Matthews and Anthony Wright.

Mathews is a resident of Somerset, NJ and a proud member of the graduating Class of 2022 at St. Joseph’s High School in Metuchen. Since attending St. Joseph’s, Mekai has come to embrace the importance of servant leadership in academics, ...

Wrestling: Saint Joseph (Metuchen) Downs Sayreville, 62-15

SAYREVILLE, NJ -- Saint Joseph High School (Metuchen) dominated Sayreville War Memorial High School, 62-15, at Sayreville on Wednesday, January 12. The Falcons scored victories in all but two matches.

"The mentality we wanted to have going into this year was that we're going to wrestle for six minutes," Saint Joseph (Metuchen) wrestling coach Mike Carbone said.

Falcons Soar at Wrestling Quad in Toms River

TOMS RIVER, NJ -- The Falcons soared in Saturday's quad vs. Piscataway, Toms River East and Marlboro. Zachary Beadling, John Whitacre, Nico Calello, Giovanni Alejandro, Sebastian Blumberg, Evan Mendez, and Andrew Bouchard each won three matches, as Saint Joe's was the big winner of the day. 

The Falcons are now undefeated against five opponents and are 2-0 in GMC - White ...

Bill Tracy Named Head Coach at Saint Joseph High School

METUCHEN, N.J. — Bill Tracy, a former New Jersey Coach of the Year and one of the most respected high school football coaches in the state, has been named the head football coach at Saint Joseph High School.Tracy will be the fourth head coach in Falcons football history, following Rich Hilliard, who stepped down after the 2021 season. Tracy, 53, was the 2013 Star-Ledger ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 20, 2022

STATEWIDE – Crack open a beer and guzzle as you walk through town. Crazy thinking, right? This is New Jersey, home to some of the toughest liquor laws in the nation. But state officials are rethinking the whole “open container” law, as the pandemic showed that people can drink outside, in designated areas, without losing their minds. The governor signed a law that allows ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 19, 2022

TRENTON – So, what will another four years of Gov. Phil Murphy look like? Well, if you ask him, it will be just swell. Apparently, property taxes will be somewhat controlled. (Add huge guffaw here.) And New Jersey will be more affordable for us all, with lower health care premiums and college tuition. His vision, nothing new from what we have already heard, was all part of his inaugural ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 18, 2022

TRENTON – Gov. Phil Murphy is getting inaugurated today, and you can just feel the excitement. No? Well, likely not the governor either, as festivities today are greatly scaled down because of the lingering pandemic. Sure, we still get to see Chief Justice Stuart Rabner do his thing, swearing in Murphy at the Trenton War Memorial. There will also be a prayer service. But no inaugural ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 14, 2022

STATEWIDE – There’s always a story for a politician to tell. The trick is finding the right story. NJ Spotlight notes that New Jersey still has one of the highest unemployment rates of any state, for some reason. Yet Gov. Phil Murphy isn’t talking about the latest federal figures. Instead, he pivoted the story to economic growth, using no specific source of data in his ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 13, 2022

TRENTON – Gov. Phil Murphy is to be inaugurated again next Tuesday, and it promises to be a real sleeper. Yes, this pandemic continues to take the fun out of everything. This time around, there will be no inaugural ball at MetLife Stadium, no cannon salute and limited attendees will be complying with public safety rules, such as mask-wearing, negative tests and proof of ...

The Jaffe Briefing - January 12, 2022

STATEWIDE – Another day, another redeclared public health emergency in New Jersey. Gov. Phil Murphy says the state is buried under this “omicron tsunami,” in which it seems you either have COVID or can’t secure a rapid test to confirm your suspicions. There are tens of thousands of reported cases each day – as you likely know – and many, many more people ...