"Full Court Press: Prep for Success" brought together kids ages 8 to 18 with retired professional basketball stars who shared their experiences and gave them advice.
Eastside suspended coaches because they were housing players from Nigeria and Puerto Rico.
NJ lawmakers are considering a bill that would regulate companies collecting fees for fantasy sports.
Todd Herremans is advocating to have the NFL accept marijuana for medical treatment as an alternative to opioids.
New Jersey is one of six states whose laws leave it up to the local district to determine who can play.
Assemblymen Ralph Caputo and John Burzichelli are proposing a bill to eliminate any state regulations on sports betting.
More than half of New Jersey’s 60 Catholic high schools don't have football programs. Of course, some are all-girls schools, but the trend still holds more so in North Jersey than South.
Dagmara Wozniak of Avenel is on the fencing team for Team USA and is headed to Rio to compete for gold.
Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield is named after Baltus Roll who was brutally murdered in his home in 1831.
USRowing Olympic team are using anti-microbial training suits after questions arose over the water quality in Rio.
Congressman Frank Pallone and several members of the House sent letters to collegiate and youth sports leaders asking them to outline how they plan to prevent and mitigate the risks of brain injuries ...
Maria Pepe won a legal battle that allowed girls to be included in little league.
Jersey girl and Olympian Joetta Clark Diggs discusses what it takes to become a champion and what fueled her to strive for success.
The Medical Advisory Committee of the NJSIAA has released recommendations to battle drug addiction.
The latest research on traumatic brain injury in the NFL shows 40 percent of former players had some brain damage.