Route 17 in Rutherford closes with crash after NY Giants game
A crash with injuries shut down Route 17 in Rutherford in both directions at about 4:30 p.m. Sunday. According to the Department of Transportation, there was a crash near Highland Cross that led to all lanes being closed. The agency had previously warned of traffic in the area due to the Giants game at MetLife Stadium. Check back for more information on this developing story. This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: Route 17 in Rutherford closes with crash after NY Giants game
St. Joseph High School Football Player Fatally Stabbed in NYC
Rocco Rodden, a 17-year-old high school football player from Warren, was tragically stabbed to death early Thanksgiving morning in lower Manhattan, New York City. The incident occurred at 96 Lafayette Street around 1:50 a.m., Thursday. Rodden, a junior offensive lineman at St. Joseph Regional High School in Montvale, was one of two stabbing victims found by the police.
Mets hire media mogul as new president of operations
The New York Mets announced Monday that M. Scott Havens has been hired as president of business operations, and will be instrumental in shaping the future of the franchise, the team said.
North Jersey traffic - NJ Devils host Islanders at Prudential Center
Daytime and overnight construction will cause lane closures on major roadways including Interstate 80 and U.S. highways 1&9 and 46. The Devils will be at home at the Prudential Center on Tuesday. The arena will host Seton Hall basketball on Wednesday. Doja Cat will perform at the venue on Thursday. The Mega 97.9FM...
Video shows coach, parent fighting on sideline at N.J. youth football game
A dispute at a recent youth football game in New Jersey got violent, based on a video shared on X by the Hudson Post and a witness account. Union City High School head football coach Wil Valdez was on the sideline with a friend and confirmed that a parent and coach not affiliated with the high school wrestled each other to the ground and scrapped before being separated by other coaches on Sunday, Nov. 19, at Veterans Park in Bayonne.
Girls Volleyball: All-State Second Team, 2023 season
The 2023 girls volleyball season was one to remember. Dozens of teams and players etched themselves into the history books with a few standing out above the rest. Have a look below at the All-State Second Team for the 2023 season. If you purchase a product or register for an...
NYC Ice Skating Rink with a View Gives Rockefeller Center a Run for Its Money
You just can't beat that skyline!
Girls Volleyball Postseason Honors: All-Group 1 teams, 2023 season
Marley Kramer, Verona, Sr. Kendra Santos, Verona, Sr. Katie Meehan, Verona, Sr. Emily Theobald, Verona, Sr. Olivia Jasiczek, Secaucus, So. Sophie Pogodin, Kinnelon, Sr. Abbey Bivona, Delaware Valley, Jr. If you purchase a product or register for an account through a link on our site, we may receive compensation. By...
5 stars from No. 5 Toms River North vs. No. 7 Passaic Tech, Group 5 state football final
Toms River North and Passaic Tech met for the second straight year in the Group 5 final, and it was Micah Ford once again directing the way for TRN. The senior quarterback put in a workmanlike effort to lead Toms River North, No. 5 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 23-13 victory over No. 7 and undefeated Passaic Tech in the NJSIAA / Rothman Orthopaedics Group 5 football final Monday night at Rutgers’ SHI Stadium in Piscataway.
Hoboken Boys Soccer Players Honored with HCIAL All-Division Selections
HOBOKEN, NJ -- Two members of the Hoboken High School boys soccer team have been named to the Hudson County Interscholastic Athletic League National Division first team. Joseph Checkley, a junior who played both in the back and in midfield, and Nico Kapulum Muller, a senior goalkeeper, both were named to the first team from the RedWings. Checkley finished with four goals and four assists this season. Muller made 188 saves in 20 games and posted four shutouts. Sophomore Grant Napolitani and senior Miles Hymes of Hoboken both were given honorable mention.
Heartbreaking overtime loss for Rumson in football state final: 'Sometimes the magic runs out'
PISCATAWAY — Football is a game of inches. Rumson-Fair Haven was closer than even that to beating an undefeated team and winning the NJSIAA Group 2 state championship Monday night. Rumson fell to Westwood 21-20 in overtime in a game that the Bulldogs led through four quarters and scored the first touchdown of...
Scholar Athlete: Hillary and Valerie Santos
News 12's Dan Serafin spoke to the dynamic sister duo on their contributions and leadership on the volleyball court and in the classroom.
Men’s basketball: No. 5 Huskies improve to 6-0 following blowout win over Manhattan
Following a dominant tournament weekend at the Empire Classic, the UConn men’s basketball team got the job done with a commanding 90-60 win over Manhattan. It was an encouraging victory for Connecticut, as everyone had opportunities where they shined. However, the first half belonged to Donovan Clingan. The 7-foot-2 center started off strong with 12 points on 5-6 shooting, 3 boards and a block in only nine minutes of work.