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SCOREBOARD – The sad end to a beautiful ballpark

It opened in the summer of 1999, a glistening, picturesque ballpark on the banks of the Passaic River, a place with such promise and hope for what was once a downtrodden area in downtown...

TASTY TIDBITS

Destiny Castillo is a 9-year-old resident of Union City who will begin the fourth grade at Washington School in a few weeks. And young Destiny is a big basketball fan. Her favorite team now is...

Anderson is always about giving back

Although he plays professional basketball for the Memphis Grizzlies of the NBA these days and makes his home in southern California where he went to college, Kyle Anderson is always about coming home and...

SCOREBOARD

Last week, the top 125 golfers in the Professional Golfers Association Tour all convened in Jersey City and in particular Liberty National Golf Club for the Northern Trust, the first leg of the PGA’s...

Major changes in NJCU athletic department

In a day and age where most collegiate athletic departments are slicing teams and programs due to budget constraints and rising costs, New Jersey City University athletic director Shawn Tucker is living up to...

TASTY TIDBITS

He already has the stressful duties of being both the athletic director and head football coach at one of the most prestigious and powerful high schools in New Jersey. But now, St. Peter’s Prep head...

TASTY TIDBITS

When Hunter Pein suffered a devastating elbow injury almost two years ago, the recent Secaucus High School graduate thought that his chances of a college scholarship were history. But then, Pein was introduced to the...

EXTRA INNINGS

After three chances of coming so close to qualifying for Major League Baseball’s RBI (Re-Building Baseball in the Inner-cities) World Series in each of the last three summers, Roberto Clemente Little League 18-and-under head...

SCOREBOARD

Michael Lang just felt comfortable with his professional baseball life. The former St. Peter’s Prep standout and Hudson Reporter Most Valuable Player a dozen years ago had spent parts of the last seven summers...

EXTRA INNINGS

It’s safe to say that Sal Mendez is enjoying professional baseball these days. For one, the 24-year-old Mendez is playing for the Down East Wood Ducks of the Class A Carolina League in the Texas...
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