Two teams are on the field: education vs. athletics. What do both want? Priority.
More than 250 athletes with intellectual disabilities participated in the 51st annual Winter Special Olympics in New Jersey.
New Jersey is on course to exceed Vegas in its first year of legalized betting.
Nicholas Amato says that New Jersey handle for this year's Super Bowl will be bigger than Nevada's. He also talks about creating bigger and better opportunities to keep New Jersey competitive as other ...
Andrew Johnson's family says even though he won the match, the 16-year-old wrestler was dejected and went off to the side to cry.
Students across the state are ambassadors of the newly formed NJSIAA Student Athlete Advisory Council. They’re the liaison between the council and the association and will advise the adults not just ...
Competition-based video gaming, or esports, could be the newest form of tourism to hit Atlantic City, especially for millennials.
It's been four years since Rutgers Athletics joined the Big Ten Conference. Has the university's investment been worth it?
MuckFest MS is a mud obstacle run featuring 18 obstacles. It's the event's seventh year, and the seventh time in New Jersey.
New Jersey’s three sports betting venues took in more than $16 million in legalized bets since it began a few weeks ago.
If the executive board votes to approve a girls wrestling tournament, it could be held in 2019.
It may be a down day for the bookies, but it's the start of a new era for New Jersey as casinos and racetracks took their first legal sports bets.
Sixteen days to go and Atlantic City’s Ocean Resort Casino Hotel is racing to get ready.
Both the Assembly and the Senate unanimously passed an amended bill to regulate and tax sports betting in NJ.
In 2011, the club became part of Special Olympics New Jersey Unified Sports. Now the team is called Old Bridge Play Unified and is funded by Special Olympics New Jersey and the Old Bridge Board of ...