Theater students at the college suited up to recreate the sporting event in honor of its 150th anniversary.
After an unforgettable experience in the Little League World Series, members of Elizabeth's Elmora Troopers are returning home with their heads held high — and a special honor from the state's top ...
New Jersey has been ranked first in the nation for its health and safety policies for student athletes by the Korey Stringer Institute, scoring best in four categories, including exertional heat ...
Over the course of two weeks, the tuition-free camp introduces middle school students to researching and writing about a sports topic of their choice.
The state games promote the mayor of Woodbridge's campaign for wellness in health and finances. The event fills up all the hotels in town.
Carli Lloyd's influence on South Jersey, where she still lives, can be felt all around.
In New Jersey, mobile sports bets earned $82.8 million in actual revenue for the first half of 2019. Compare that to $3.3 million in revenue from on-site casino parlors and $13.7 million on location ...
An annual Memorial Day tradition draws a group of diverse riders competing in a variety of bicycle races.
With the Rutgers sports program in the Scarlet-Red, the university has unveiled its plan to turn around its finances, starting with turning around the various teams on-field performances.
Three months after a bill was signed to provide subsidies for the horse industry, executives say they’re already seeing a boost.
Missteps abounded and NJ Transit fumbled. Because WrestleMania ran longer, some NJ Transit crews couldn’t work past their 12-hour safety cutoff. Because of crew shortages, restaffing posed a ...
Over 450 million people around the world are expected to watch esports in 2019, and global revenues are expected to exceed $1 billion.
The new regulations do not come without opposition, as some believe the proposal is misguided and driven by factors other than data.
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.