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We bring the Caribbean to you

Music • Sound • Light

to Vow WOW Mix Mingle Wine Dine Dance

Gary Trotman presents Steelasophical, a leading provider of Caribbean musical entertainment based in the UK. A little about Gary Trotman:

A few things about Gary Trotman (Steelasophical)

• Music in the James Bond 007 Movie Casino Royale

• Music albums Selling World-wide in over 42 Countries

• Winning entertainment performance on TV’s ‘Come Dine with Me

• Full time music professional

As a leading provider of Entertainment services, we offer

Steelband (Solo | Duo | Trio | Fouro), 

Caribbean Mobile Dj, 

Vocal Entertainment, 

PA Audio System Hire, 

Lighting and Visual FX.

We bring the Caribbean to you

with music, sound and light to 

Vow, Wow, Mix, Mingle, Wine, Dine & Dance

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Steelasophical presented by Gary Trotman

The Islands feel like my home

Even though I am based on the Uk mainland, I have been travelling over to the Islands and performing here since the 1994. Steelasophical was booked as a 3pc traditional steel band back in the 90’s at the St. Pierre Park Hotel on Guernsey and at the original Cafe Des Artiste on Jersey.

That one performance at St. Pierre Park led to me being booked as a soloist to perform at a further 6 Xmas seasons entertaining guests and local residents. You could even find me down at the Baths Xmas morning bringing some Caribbean musical sunshine to the swimmers

Great to keep coming back

Steelasophical Steel Band Solo, Duo and Caribbean mobile Dj have been fortunate to have consistently performed on the Islands for more than 20 years. In more recent times, we have performed at such locations as The Old Government House, La Fregate on Guernsey, and a host of private weddings and parties on the Island of Jersey.

Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band 

When you book Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band to perform, you will be looking for musical entertainers that represents best value for money. Whatever your budget, you will want to get the best possible value which includes the best possible service from initial enquiry all the way through to the end of your event.

So, where does your money go when you hire Steelasophical

  • Musicians Fee – Renumeration that goes directly to the full time professional musicians
  • TAX – Money set aside to be paid to HMRC
  • Expenses – Transportation, Across the channel travel, accommodation, meals
  • Planning – Time and resources used to administer your booking & communications
  • Inventory – Investment in purchasing, maintaining and repairs to instruments and equipment
  • Marketing – Activities to help you discover Guernsey & Jersey Steelasophical Caribbean Steel Band in the first place
  • Back Office – The money spent on day to day business costs
  • Profit – Payment that finally makes its way to the owner of the business

Value for your money

When you start your search for a Guernsey & Jersey Caribbean Steel Band and start to ask for prices and costings, you will find that there is a huge difference in the range of quotes that you receive back from the different musicians. No musician, Dj or Steel Band will ever admit to these, but this is actually what is happening:

Ways to get a bad value entertainment 

  1. Less skilled and experienced musicians are cheaper
  2. Musicians who pay no Tax can afford to be cheaper
  3. Musicians who don’t take the time to carefully plan for your performance are cheaper
  4. Those with no Licenses, Health & Safety docs nor Public Liability insurance are cheaper
  5. Musicians who are desperate for work are cheaper
  6. Part time, hobbyists, weekend musicians are cheaper
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Gary Trotman Steelasophical Steeldrum Band performing at the St. Pierre Park for 6 years from the 1990’s onwards. Alongside City Limits Band and booked by then General manager Jonathan Raggett

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Gary Trotman with many performances at the original Cafe Des Artistes restaurant in the late 1990’s

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Jersey & Guernsey Steel Band Hire

Steelasophical Guernsey & Jersey Steelband will performing in these and surrounding areas:

Alderney Castel Forest Guernsey Herm Island Isle Of Sark Lancresse Vale Rousse Headland Sark St Andrews St Jacques St MartinSt Martins St Peter Port St Peters St Pierre Du Bois St Sampson St Grouville La Moye Rozel Bay St Aubin St Brelade St Clement St Clements Bay St HelierSt John St Lawrence St Martin St Mary St Ouen St Ouen’s Bay St Ouens Bay St Peter St Peters St Saviour Trinity

St Helier Guernsey Jersey

  • A Taste Of India, First Tower, 768318
  • Ad-Lib Restaurant, The Parade, 615639
  • Alhambra Hotel, Roseville Street, 732128
  • Aroma’s, Kensington Place, 617824
  • Atlantique Seafood Bar, 9-10 West Centre, 720052
  • Bar 10, Bond Street
  • B-B-Q Boss, 22 Rouge Bouillon, 876200
  • Bella Italia, 10-12 York Street, 725478
  • Bengal Bistro, 36 La Colomberie, 615165
  • Bentleys Restaurant, 9 Caledonia Place, 615141
  • Bistrot Central, 7-11 Don Street, 876933
  • Bohemia Bar & Restaurant, Green St, 880588
  • Brasserie at de Gruchy, King St, 818738
  • Brasserie de Ventes en Vers, Radisson SAS Waterfront Hotel, 671100
  • Buddhabar, Wharf Street, 729111
  • Cafe Aroma, Hotel de France, 614176
  • Cafe Ciao Ltd, 41 La Colomberie, 758138
  • Cafe des Artistes at Voisin’s, Voisin’s Dept Store, King St, 630990
  • Cafe Jac, Jersey Arts Centre, 879482
  • Caffe Ristorante Italia, Colomberie Court
  • Cafe Spice, Kensington Place, 737377
  • Cafe Zephyr, The Royal Yacht, 767729
  • Candlelight, Hotel Revere, Kensington Place, 611111
  • Casa Madeira, 23 Havre des Pas, 768203
  • Casa Mia, 57 Kensington Place, 766014
  • Casa Velha, 2 Elizabeth Pl, 610954
  • Chambers, Mulcaster Street, 735405
  • Club 72, 70-72 The Esplanade, 727100
  • Cock and Bottle, Royal Square, 722184
  • Cyrano’s, Kensington Place, 611006
  • Drifters, Havre des Pas, 723836
  • Daily Globe, 93 Bath Street, 870630
  • Diamond Chinese, 63 Halkett Place, 871600
  • Dog and Sausage, Halkett Street, 730982
  • Doran’s Courtyard Bistro, Kensington Place, 734866
  • Indian Ocean, La Motte St, 766117
  • Gio’s, 58 Halkett Place, 736733
  • Gradees, La Colomberie,871985
  • Green Olive, 1 Anley Street, 728198
  • Harbour Room Carvery, Pomme d’Or Hotel, Liberation Square, 880110
  • Jaipur, 20 Esplanade, 880069
  • Jersey Pottery Cafe, 5 Colomberie, 876005
  • Kaiyum’s Indian Restaurant, 12 Sand St, 730079
  • KFC, The Waterfront, 722400
  • La Bastille, 35 Queen Street, 874059
  • La Cantina, 7 Pierson Road, 724988
  • La Capannina, 67 Halkett Place, 734602
  • La Gondola, 35 Hill Street, 725784
  • La Petite Pomme, Pomme d’Or Hotel, Liberation Square, 766608
  • La Taverne, 6 York Street, 725190
  • La Vela D’Oro, 57 Kensington Place,
  • Lido’s, 6 Market Street
  • Little Italy, 36-38 Kensington Place, 720631
  • Lotus House, St Aubin’s Road, First Tower
  • Mahmood’s Tandoori Night, 6 Cheapside, 607091
  • Mandarin Room, 18 Gloucester Street, 638091
  • Mano’s Bistro, 5-6 West Centre, 727729
  • Mino’s, 66 Bath Street, 737397
  • Moitas, 20 Esplanade, 615161
  • Museum Brasserie, Jersey Museum, The Weighbridge, 510069
  • Nelson’s Eye, Havre des Pas, 875176
  • New Raj, 8 St Saviour’s Road, 874131
  • Pang’s 30 Aquila Road, 723510
  • Pinocchio’s, First Tower, 871744
  • Pizza Express, 59/61 Halkett Place, 733291
  • Pizzeria Romana, 17 Charing Cross, 618347
  • Post Horn, Hue Street, 872853
  • Restaurant de la Poste, 59 King Street, 871071
  • Restaurant Sirocco, The Royal Yacht, 615400
  • Roseville Bistro, 86 Roseville Street, 874259
  • Saffrons Rest, Hotel de France, 614450
  • Seasons Rest, David Place, 726521
  • Signature Bar and Restaurant, 75-77 Halkett Place, 510096
  • Tandoori Nights, 79 New Street
  • The Grill, The Royal Yacht, 720511
  • Viceroy Indian, 76 Bath Street
  • White Horse Inn, Havre des Pas, 730423

St Lawrence – Guernsey Jersey

  • Goose on the Green, Beaumont, 888273
  • Man’s Garden, Sandybrook Lane, 888682
  • Noble House, Bel Royal, 878181
  • The Sanctuary, Jersey War Tunnels, Les Charrieres Malorey, 888682
  • Waves, Bel Royal, 280161

St Brelade

  • Atlantic Hotel, Mont de la Pulente, 744101
  • Beau Bistro, St Brelade’s Bay   tel: 745983
  • Bengal Brasserie Restaurant, La Mont de la Pulente, 888719
  • Boat House Bar and Restaurant (Sails Brasserie) St Aubin, 747141
  • Bon Viveur, Le Boulevard, St Aubin
  • Carob Sandwich Bar, 19 Quennevais Pricinct, 490887
  • Cataplana, Mont Les Vaux747740
  • Cheffins, La Neuve Route, 747118
  • Ellies Bar & Bistro, La Monte de la Pulente, 746444
  • Golden Sands Hotel, St Brelade’s Bay, 741261
  • Hotel La Place, Route du Coin, 744261
  • Jambo Chinese, St Brelade’s Bay, 745801
  • Kuda Brasserie, Horse & Hound, La Route des Quennevais, 742837
  • La Barca, Bulwarks, St Aubin, 744275
  • La Haule Manor, La Neuve Route, 741246
  • La Place, La Route de Coin, 744261
  • Landmark Inn, La Marquanderie Hill, 741177
  • Miller’s Bar and China Boy, 4-5 Quennevais Precinct, 744032
  • New Dynasty Restaurant, 4 La Rue de Crocquet, 887299
  • Old Court House, St Aubin, 746433
  • Old Portelet Inn, Portelet Bay, 741899
  • Old Smuggler’s Inn, Ouaisne, 741510
  • Oyster Box, St Brelade’s Bay, 743311
  • Pizza Express, St Brelade’s Bay, 499049
  • Salty Dog Bar and Bistro, Le Boulevard, St Aubin, 742760
  • Shapla Indian, La Neuve Rue, St Aubin, 742760
  • St Aubin’s Wine Bar, St Aubin, 746495
  • Tenby Bars, St Aubin, 741224
  • The Brasserie, Hotel l’Horizon, St Brelade’s Bay, 743101
  • The Grill, Hotel l’Horizon, St Brelade’s Bay,
  • Tides Rest Somerville Hotel, St Aubin, 491910

St Peter

  • Bay Tree, St Peter’s Garden Centre, 498259
  • Bistro Soleil, La Route de la Haule, Beaumont, 720249
  • Les Charrieres Carvery, Les Charrieres, 481480
  • Greenhills, Mont de l’Ecole, 481042
  • Jersey Kitchen Restaurant, The Living Legend, 485496
  • Moulin du Vin, Les Chenolles, 487900
  • The Star and Tipsy Toad, St Peter’s Village, 485556
  • Victoria Pub, St Peter’s Valley, 485498

St Ouen

  • La Moulin de Lecq, Greve de Lecq, 482818
  • North Point Bistro, La Rue de la Porte, 483174
  • Prince of Wales, Greve de Lecq, 482278
  • Rocco’s, Les Mielles Golf And Country Club, 484278

     St Mary

  • Priory, Devil’s Hole, 485307
  • St Mary’s Country Inn, La Rue de Buttes, 482897

     St John

  • L’Auberge du Nord, La Route du Nord, 861697
  • Les Fontaines Tavern, Route du Nord, 862707

     Trinity

  • Black Dog, Bouley Bay, 869129
  • Dodo Restaurant, Durrell Wildlife, 864169
  • Oaklands Red Rose, La Route de la Trinite, 861735
  • Trinity Arms, Rue des Picots, 864691

     St Martin

  • Chateau la Chaire, Rozel Bay, 863354
  • Dolphin Restarant, Gorey Pier, 853370
  • The Gardeners Restaurant and Tearoom, Ransom’s Garden Centre, 853668

     Grouville

  • Jersey Pottery, Gorey, 850850
  • Moorings Hotel, Gorey Pier, Gorey, 853633
  • Oriental Dragon, Gorey Village,
  • Pembroke, Grouville Coast Road, 855756
  • Seascale, Gorey Pier, Gorey, 854395
  • Suma’s, Gorey, 853291
  • Village Bistro, Gorey, 853429

     St Clement

  • Le Hocq Bar and Restaurant, La Grande Route de la Cote, 854924
  • Green Island Restaurant, Green Island, 857787
  • Partners, Jersey Recreation Ground, 879797
  • Pontac House, Pontac, St Clement’s Bay, 857771

     St Saviour

  • Bonnetti’s Restaurant, Merton Hotel, Belvedere Hill
  • Longueville Manor, Longueville Road
  • Thai Dicq Shack Cafe, The Dicq Slip, 730273

  Cafes / Tea Rooms / Tea Gardens

     St Helier

  • Bean Around The World, 73 Halkett Pl, 619977
  • Big J Take Away, 30 Sand Street, 285961
  • Cafe des Artistes at Voisin’s, Voisin’s Dept Store, King St,639990
  • Cáfe Society, 10 Hilgrove St, 873280
  • Cafe Spice, 53 Kensington Place, 737377
  • Café Voyager, Don St, 737453
  • Cafe Zone, JEC Powerhouse, 514932
  • Cafejac, Jersey Arts Centre, 879482
  • Chicago Rock Cafe, The Waterfront, 789358
  • Henley’s Tea Room, 16 York Street, 737517
  • Kowloon Chinese Takeaway, 9 Ingouville Place, 732641
  • La Fregate, Les Jardins de la Mer, 733488
  • La Petite Pomme, Pomme d’Or Hotel, Liberation Square, 766608
  • Le Fricot, 1 The Parade, 618329
  • Le Petit Greek Cafe, 15 Royal Square, 888420
  • Mange Tout, 17 Colomberie, 607858
  • Mange Tout, 39 New Street, 729860
  • Mange Tout, 22 Sand St, 769635
  • Mange Tout, 14 Conway St, 789645
  • Movie Cafe, 47 La Colomberie, 878877
  • Museum Brasserie, Jersey Museum, The Weighbridge
  • Sid’s Place, 7 Colomberie Parade, 519176
  • Tanner’s Tea Room, Central Market, 723370
  • Wagon Wheel, 29 Kensington Place, 734161

     St Lawrence

  • Hamptonne Cafe, La Rue de la Patente, 863955

     St Brelade

  • Beau Bistro, St Brelade’s Bay   tel: 745983
  • Midbay Cafe, St Brelade’s Bay, 744714
  • Panorama Terrace, St Aubin, 742749
  • Poplars Tearoom, La Moye, 742184
  • Wayside Cafe, St Brelade, 743915

     St Peter

  • Bay Tree Tea Room, St Peter’s Garden Centre, 498259

     St Ouen

  • Big Vern’s Diner, St Ouen’s Bay, 481705
  • El Tico, St Ouen’s Bay
  • Le Braye, St Ouen’s Bay, 481395

     St Mary

  • Cafe Romany Ltd, Le Monte de Ste Marie, 482781

     St Martin

  • Breakwater Cafe, La Route de St Catherine, 851141
  • Cafe du Port, Gorey Pier, 840262
  • Cafe Louise, Gorey Pier, 854130
  • Gardener’s Tea Room, Ransom’s Garden Centre, 853668

     St Clement

  • Samares Manor, St Clements Inner Road, 721983

     Grouville

  • Café Poste, La Rue de la Ville es Renauds, 859696

     Trinity

  • Cafe Mimi, Rondels Farm Shop, 866797
  • Hungry Man Kiosk, Rozel Harbour, 863227

  Take-Aways

     St Helier

  • All Island Home Deliveries, 3 Union Court, 788877
  • Bengal Bistro, 1 Colomberie, 615165
  • Call-a-Curry, 3 Union Court, 788800
  • Call-a-Pizza, 3 Union Court, 788800
  • Chicago Food Bar, 6 Cattle Street, 724127
  • Diamond Chinese, 63 Halkett Place, 871600
  • Five Seasons Food Centre, 1 Sunshine Avenue, 870555
  • Fona Pizza, 3 Union Court, 788866
  • Gerry’s Fish Bar, 47 Great Union Road, 610958
  • Golden Bowl Take Away, 39 Trinity Road, 618883
  • Good Friend Chinese Take Away, 4 David Place, 733593
  • Hot Stuff Pizza, Stopford Road, 880404
  • Indian Ocean,
  • Jaipur, 20 Esplanade, 880069
  • Le Fricot, 1 The Parade, 618329
  • La Baguette Chaude, 5 York St, 767355
  • Lotus House Chinese Restaurant, First Tower, 878328
  • Mandarin Room, Gloucester Street, 638010
  • Mahmood’s Tandoori Night, 6 Cheapside, 607091
  • McDonald’s, 6 Halkett Street, 507909
  • New Raj, 8 St Saviour’s Road, 874131
  • Pang’s Chinese, 3 Union Ct, Union St, 723510
  • Robin Hood, 2 Union Court, 788888
  • Simon’s Takeaway, 43 Hill Street, 626911
  • Tandoori Nights, 79 New Street, 788855
  • Turkish Kitchen, Cheapside, 638899
  • The Taste, 3 Bath Street, 759245
  • Viceroy Indian, 76 Bath Street, 876984

     Grouville

  • Oriental Dragon, Mathew House, La Rue Hilgrove, 858811

     St Lawrence

  • Bel Royal Burger Stand, Bel Royal
  • Man’s Garden, Sandybrook Lane, 888682
  • Noble House, Bel Royal, 878181

     St Brelade

  • Bengal Brasserie Restaurant, La Monte de la Pulente, 888719
  • Jambo Chinese, St Brelade’s Bay

     St Ouen

     St Clement

  • Rice Bowl Restaurant, Greve d’Azette, 725831

     St Saviour

     St Peter

  • Little Golden Fry, Beaumont, 509720

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  • 'Harrods Shopaholic' From Azerbaijan Focuses Attention On Aliyev Family's London Properties 18 Oct 2018 13:34 Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty A lurid multimillion-dollar shopping spree at Harrods of London by the wife of a jailed Baku banker has prompted renewed interest in runaway corruption in Azerbaijan and luxury U.K. properties thought to be connected to Azerbaijan's first family. The …
  • One of MPs behind anti-secrecy move to visit in December 18 Oct 2018 12:34 Jersey Evening Post In April, an amendment was lodged in the House of Commons to enforce a public register of beneficial ownership – a list of who ultimately owns a company – on Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories in an effort to tackle money-laundering in …
  • Two candidates vie for Fifth District Appeals seat 18 Oct 2018 12:24 Delaware Gazette On Nov. 6, Delaware County voters will have a choice between two candidates for Ohio Fifth District Court of Appeals Judge: incumbent Judge Patricia Ann Delaney and challenger Andrew King. Patricia Ann Delaney, a Delaware resident, was elected to the seat …
  • Will Candidates' Antecedents Count At Polls? - Leadership Newspaper (press release) (blog) 18 Oct 2018 09:27 Google In this report, AHURAKA YUSUF ISAH takes a look at the antecedents of the two major presidential flag bearers, President Muhammadu Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), stating that …
  • Heaume leaves it very late as Saints snatch victory 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star However, while St Martin’s were left jubilant after Dom Heaume had turned in Gregor Wilson’s 93rd-minute corner to snatch all three points for the visitors, who won 3-2, Manzur were harshly left with nothing to show for their efforts in a fast-paced, …
  • easyJet pilot Darius donates painting to Unicef auction 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star EasyJet pilot Darius Rowland was commissioned by his employer to create a painting of their new flagship aircraft, the Airbus A321 NEO. After completing the piece, which took him 20 hours, Mr Rowland decided to donate it to the company in order that it …
  • Time to stand still at Weighbridge clock tower for months 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star The clockwork mechanism failed at the start of the month. The building in Town, close to North Beach and the St Julian’s Avenue Roundabout, is overseen by Guernsey Harbours. ‘The current system has broken down due to old age and the clock has been placed …
  • Flybe expecting profit loss as demand ‘weakens’ 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star The company – which operates a number of routes from Guernsey – blamed weakening consumer demand, higher fuel prices and a weaker pound for an expected full-year loss of £12m. in a trading update. ‘We have made progress in driving our unit revenues across …
  • Tribunal demands release of letters on Syrian refugees 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star A joint letter signed by three senior external relations staff from the Crown Dependencies is said to be a key part of Home Office attempts to appeal a ruling that the information should be published. The case is being pursued by former deputy Tony Webber …
  • Duke of Kent on visit to St James in 200th year 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star The busy concert hall is celebrating its 200th anniversary this year and the Duke was given a tour of the site and shown how much it has changed. He first visited in 1985 when the hall reopened after being restored. He then came back to open the Dorey …
  • Technology offers a whole new way to manage IWV 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star Given we are a small island, most people probably know (directly or otherwise) a handful of candidates whom they may vote for, but they most definitely will not know enough to fill a ballot paper. It’s also a given that few will be trawling through the …
  • Civil service is ready for reform 18 Oct 2018 08:54 Guernsey Press and Star That is understandable, but not a game changer to reforms that are so evidently needed. The Guernsey plans are being placed in a generally receptive environment, unlike what is happening across the water in Jersey. There, immediate action is being taken …
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle greet eager Melbourne crowd ahead of Government House visit 18 Oct 2018 04:04 ABC Melbourne Updated October 18, 2018 14:59:41 One hug from Prince Harry was all it took to bring a woman to tears, and make thousands of others jealous, in Melbourne today. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in the Victorian capital this morning and, on their way …
  • Guernsey Church of the Brethren preps for 65th ham and bean dinner 18 Oct 2018 02:07 Monticello Herald Journal MONTICELLO — The Women’s’ Fellowship of Guernsey Church of the Brethren are preparing to have their 65th annual ham and bean dinner Friday. It will be 5-7 p.m. at 2015 E. County Road 325 North. Cindy Gilbert, a member of the planning committee, said the …
  • Waterspouts spotted along Lake Erie 17 Oct 2018 18:50 Newsnet 5 Freeze Warning issued October 17 at 2:12PM EDT expiring October 18 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Jefferson, Licking, Monroe, Muskingum, Noble, Tuscarawas Freeze Warning issued October 17 at 5: …
  • Guernsey court appoints J&P Overseas administrators 17 Oct 2018 18:03 Cyprus Mail A court in Guernsey has appointed two administrators to oversee the winding up of construction company J&P Overseas Limited, which went into administration last week after its lenders rejected its restructuring proposal. The court appointed Ben Cairns …
  • Global advisory firm launches multifamily office in SA 17 Oct 2018 18:03 News Cheryl Howard the Managing Director of Maitland Fiduciary Services. Photo: File DURBAN – Maitland has announced the establishment of Maitland Family Office, a multifamily office to service high net worth families, individuals and entrepreneurs in South …
  • ‘Worst-case scenario’ for next year is 50 Asian hornet nests 17 Oct 2018 17:52 Guernsey Press and Star Mr Harris has had a busy year tracking the invasive species, which destroys honey bee colonies. Eight nests have been found and removed, as well as three queens. But as autumn sets in, the queens will go into hibernation. Only next spring will Guernsey …
  • WATCH: Jason Kipnis' Annual Shoe Toss 17 Oct 2018 16:13 Newsnet 5 Freeze Warning issued October 17 at 5:51AM EDT expiring October 18 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Ashland, Crawford, Hancock, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lucas, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Stark, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot Freeze Watch issued October 17 …
  • TripAdvisor ranks top U.S. pizza cities 17 Oct 2018 16:00 Newsnet 5 Freeze Warning issued October 17 at 5:51AM EDT expiring October 18 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Ashland, Crawford, Hancock, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lucas, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Stark, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot Freeze Watch issued October 17 …
  • Trump makes threat over Honduran migrants 17 Oct 2018 15:59 Newsnet 5 Freeze Warning issued October 17 at 5:51AM EDT expiring October 18 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Ashland, Crawford, Hancock, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lucas, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Stark, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot Freeze Watch issued October 17 …
  • Apple’s all-new iPhone Xr available for pre-order this Friday, October 19th 17 Oct 2018 14:28 MacDailyNews The new iPhone Xr, integrating breakthrough technologies from iPhone Xs in an all-screen glass and aluminum design featuring a stunning 6.1-inch Liquid Retina display — the most advanced LCD in a smartphone — and six beautiful finishes will be available …
  • ‘Regulations needed for next generation technology’ 17 Oct 2018 13:29 Guernsey Press and Star The Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities has published its strategic objectives and work programme for 2019. It includes getting measures in place to facilitate technological developments, as directed by government policy. ‘The Channel …
  • Drainage, not 3G, the best solution? 17 Oct 2018 13:29 Guernsey Press and Star But having a 3G pitch at their disposal is perhaps more of a pipe dream than a realistic situation, given the ground rules which would be put in place by the Football Association, as it would be based on local community football needs as identified in a …
  • Brutal delays on I-480 EB after I-77 17 Oct 2018 11:28 Newsnet 5 Freeze Warning issued October 17 at 5:51AM EDT expiring October 18 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Ashland, Crawford, Hancock, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lucas, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Sandusky, Seneca, Stark, Wayne, Wood, Wyandot Freeze Watch issued October 17 …
  • Solomon Harris completes merger with Bedell Cristin 17 Oct 2018 10:50 Caymanian Compass Solomon Harris completed its merger with fellow-offshore law firm, Bedell Cristin, on Oct. 12. First announced in July, the merger enables Solomon Harris to expand its reach into other international markets, including the Middle East and the Far East, …
  • Swiss Court clears Rudolf Elmer on bank secrecy charges 17 Oct 2018 10:49 Caymanian Compass Rudolf Elmer, a former chief operating officer with Julius Baer in the Cayman Islands who handed internal bank data on tax evaders to WikiLeaks, international tax authorities and allegedly the media has not broken Switzerland’s bank secrecy law, the …
  • Bond money could be lent to private firms 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star Since December 2014, the States has agreed to spend just £190m. – and actually used only £140m. – of the £330m. bond. When members agreed to take on the debt, they said it could be used only by States bodies for projects that had an income stream to pay …
  • Repairs to power cable fault 'by peak of winter' 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star The cable has been out of service since 1 October and on Friday the fault was found to be lying under the sands of Greve de Lecq beach in Jersey. The cause of the fault has not been identified and a specialist team from Europe will have to be brought in …
  • St James lit in pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star It is part of Baby Loss Awareness Week and was organised by Guernsey Sands – Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society. Sands event organiser Chloe Gallie said the illumination was part of the Wave of Light, a global initiative taking place between 7 and 8pm …
  • ‘Lower speed limits unnecessary’ 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star The decision was made by Environment & Infrastructure recently to reduce the limit on about 80 island roads from 35 to 25mph. ‘Drivers need to get used to driving at a bit of speed because when teenagers take their cars to university the motorway is a …
  • Not the time to rebrand Aurigny 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star I quote from the article: ‘If there is to be another discussion of the move, though, the time is almost at hand – the airline is putting together a business case to buy three new ATRs and if approved by the States, Aurigny hopes to have them operational …
  • Evidence first before waste flip-flop 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star While the introduction of the new collection system appears to have gone relatively smoothly, the financial pain for every household has yet to come. And it will be significant, however members vote on the latest amendment later this month. There remains …
  • Island-wide voting is a sign of the journey beginning 17 Oct 2018 09:36 Guernsey Press and Star But when a senior politician tweeted in response – ‘Time to move on #Guernsey – the people have spoken – more important things to get on with #nothingtoseehere’ – he really missed the point. Because what runs through all the votes for change, whichever …
  • Tallgrass Energy And Silver Creek Midstream Agree To Expand Joint Venture To Transport Powder River Basin Crude Oil Production To Guernsey, Wyo 17 Oct 2018 08:52 Hydrocarbon Online LEAWOOD, KAN.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Tallgrass Energy, LP (NYSE: TGE) (“Tallgrass”) and Silver Creek Midstream, LLC (“Silver Creek”) announced today that they have agreed to expand their Powder River Basin (“PRB”) joint venture (“Joint Venture”). The expanded …
  • Better season for Condor as numbers and reliability grow 17 Oct 2018 04:19 Jersey Evening Post The business has also said that during the season – which lasts from 1 May to 31 August – it carried 3,100 more passengers than last summer. The company has linked the improvement to their ‘asset health programme’, which aims to identify mechanical issues …
  • Utica Shale well activity as of Oct. 13 17 Oct 2018 00:49 Repository Tuesday Oct 16, 2018 at 4:00 PM UTICA SHALE WELL ACTIVITY AS OF OCT. 13 DRILLED: 274 (273 as of last week) DRILLING: 117 (115) PERMITTED: 476 (476) PRODUCING: 2,033 (2,033) TOTAL: 2,900 (2,897) Three horizontal permits were issued during the week that …
  • Guests From 13 Countries Attend Convergence 17 Oct 2018 00:05 bernews.com On October 3-4, more than 300 attendees from 13 different countries arrived at the Hamilton Princess for Bermuda Convergence 2018 – a networking event covering the alternative reinsurance, insurance-linked securities [ILS], and collateralised reinsurance …
  • The Rolls-Royce Rescued From a Georgia Barn 16 Oct 2018 19:45 wsj.com Arlan Ettinger, the New York City-based founder and president of Guernsey’s auction house, on his 1933 Rolls-Royce 20/25 Shooting Brake, as told to A.J. Baime. In the mid-1980s, I heard a rumor about an old woman who lived in Georgia who had a vintage …
  • Wembley windfall for CI? The proposed sale of the national football stadium for £600m could lead to ‘massive’ grassroots funding being available to the Island, with Guernsey – like Jersey a county association – saying they could receive up to £6m if f… 16 Oct 2018 16:23 Jersey Evening Post The Guernsey FA say they could receive up to £6m in funding, but the Jersey Football Association’s chief executive Jean-Luc Debois, having been out of the Island, is being cautious as he wants time to fully digest the FA’s sale document, sent out to all …
  • Perrio convinced she can go quicker after new CI record 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star Among a dozen-strong contingent of Guernsey athletes competing in Manchester, Perrio took full advantage of the ‘elite’ treatment and went on to place fourth woman with a quick 1hr 18min. 15sec. Perrio ran a well-paced race and initially settled in among …
  • Masons donate £46k to charity 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star Autism Guernsey, Bowel Cancer Guernsey, Giving Opportunities, Parkinson’s Disease Association Guernsey Branch and The Healing Music Trust each received £9,200 from the Province of Guernsey & Alderney Freemasons. The funds were handed over at a special …
  • Vale Mill added to protected building register as grade B 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star The 19th-century mill has instead been added to the protected building register, where it was given the lower classification of grade B. The change took place at the start of this month. A summary of the special interest of the property notes that it is a …
  • Free one-hour sessions to learn vital CPR skills 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star Free one-hour sessions are available this week for residents wishing to learn life-saving skills. Today marks international Restart a Heart Day, an event aimed at teaching vital like-saving CPR skills to as many people as possible. Across the UK, there …
  • Alderney risk losing direct link to UK 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star The next six months will determine what, if any, hope there is for a service that many Ridunians consider vital and some in Guernsey consider an unaffordable luxury. Economic Development last week invited airlines to tender for two public service …
  • GFA’s 3G bonanza 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star The local game could see £6m. invested in grassroots facilities with three new 3G pitches, up to 29 grass pitches improved, three new changing pavilions and one County FA community football hub should the sale of Wembley to an American business tycoon, …
  • Who’s got the cream? 16 Oct 2018 09:48 Guernsey Press and Star A couple of questions could be asked by the media: The cows used to produce enough cream – are there fewer cows? Can the farmers control the fat content in the milk produced and are they capable of producing creamier milk if given enough notice by the …
  • Cayman Islands’ Solomon Harris merger with Bedell Cristin completes 16 Oct 2018 09:25 I News Cayman The partners of Solomon Harris successfully completed their merger with globally recognised offshore law firm, Bedell Cristin, on 12 October 2018. First announced in July, the merger enables Solomon Harris to expand its reach into other international …
  • PAPUA NEW GUINEAN LASS WINS AT U.S. OPEN 16 Oct 2018 00:19 Pacific Islands Development Program British-born Watson takes junior tennis title By Henry Morabang PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea (The National, Sept. 15, 2009) – THE name Heather Watson may sound unfamiliar to most Papua New Guineans but believe it or not, she is the first part Papua New …
  • Senate debate: Brown vs. Renacci 15 Oct 2018 23:53 Sunbury News Ohio US senate candidates spar over health care, immigration By ANDREW WELSH-HUGGINS Associated Press Sunday, October 14 CLEVELAND (AP) — Candidates in Ohio’s U.S. senate campaign sparred Sunday over health care, approaches to climate change, student loan …
  • Goodhue County second at World Dairy Expo 15 Oct 2018 19:31 Red Wing Republican Eagle Coached by Tony and Maizie Scheffler, Emily Pieper and Haley Leiding, the team consisted of Jay Dicke, Goodhue; Kjersten Veiseth, Goodhue; Madelyn Wehe, Faribault, and Owen Scheffler, Kenyon-Wanamingo. As a team they placed second overall and sixth in …
  • Community film nights in Ballantrae 15 Oct 2018 17:19 Carrick Gazette Cinema screenings have started at Ballantrae Church and Community Hall, courtesy of the Ballantrae Trust and Driftwood Cinema. Last week saw the first screening - two films Wonder and Finding Your Feet - and another five screenings are scheduled in the …
  • Rotherham United’s Semi Ajayi’s stock is rising  15 Oct 2018 16:28 Star Rotherham manager Paul Warne is not concerned that Semi Ajayi is putting himself in the shop window with his international recognition. Ajayi's form this season, in both midfield and defence, has seen him called up to Nigeria's squad in the first …
  • Health care too important for ‘personal battles’ between deputies 15 Oct 2018 15:07 Guernsey Press and Star As a group representing patients with lymphoma and leukaemia we approached deputies last year, 2017, regarding a successful treatment that was well tried in the US, Europe and the UK, but not on the list for Guernsey. We did eventually have this put on …
  • Monthly States meetings could need a requete to achieve 15 Oct 2018 15:07 Guernsey Press and Star States meetings in Guernsey are set to take place every three weeks in 2019/20. The Assembly approved the States’ Assembly and Constitution Committee’s proposition by 19 votes to 15 at September’s meeting. The replacement Alderney representatives, who …
  • Carey Olsen advises on Terra Firma acquisition 15 Oct 2018 15:07 Guernsey Press and Star Parmaco is a fast-growing Finnish company specialising in building and renting high-quality buildings for schools, day-care providers and nursing homes. Working alongside Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer as UK legal adviser to Terra Firma, Carey Olsen’s …
  • 22840472 15 Oct 2018 13:12 Jersey Evening Post There were a record number of finishers, with 52 crews crossing the line, despite weather warnings and a few crashes. The event largely ran smoothly – and could be the best ever in terms of the public turning out to watch – despite the prangs causing …
  • Birmingham 2022: Commonwealth Games - what we know so far 15 Oct 2018 11:58 Birmingham Mail When Durban was stripped of the Commonwealth Games due to financial difficulties in March of last year, few could have predicted that it would be Birmingham that would take its place. The authority has often made headlines for the wrong reasons in recent …
  • Youngster Oyetunji helps guide Essex under-18s to victory 15 Oct 2018 11:13 Romford Recorder PUBLISHED: 12:00 15 October 2018 Jacob Ranson Essex under-18's celebrate a goal (Pic: Robert Craven/www.essexfa.com) Archant A first-ever meeting with Guernsey now awaits on November, 3 for Graham Hall’s side, who dominated the opening-round game …
  • Hearthside Foods to Acquire Greencore USA, the US Contract Packaging Business of Greencore Group PLC 15 Oct 2018 07:40 Odessa American DOWNERS GROVE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 15, 2018--Hearthside Food Solutions (“Hearthside”), a leading contract manufacturer, today announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire Greencore USA, a leader in frozen contract packaging and a top …
  • In sad remembrance of Australia's auto industry 14 Oct 2018 15:05 Africa News The history of the rise of the auto industry has rarely been addressed in public debate, writes Evan Jones. On 20 October 2017, the last automobile fully manufactured in Australia rolled off General Motors-Holden's (GMH) assembly line in Elizabeth, …
  • Coming next to Horncastle Community Cinema 14 Oct 2018 12:26 Horncastle News Published: 12:02 Saturday 13 October 2018 The next Community Cinema event will be in the Stanhope Hall next Wednesday, October 17. On the big screen will be ‘The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society’, the story of the German occupation of the …
  • Ormer has succeeded but is its shell crumbling? 14 Oct 2018 12:07 Guernsey Press and Star Respected football coach slams GFA and accuses it of being toxic and manipulating the grassroots game. Schoolboy stars pull out of Star Trophy contention as some form of protest. Just what is this all about? Is it about a football club – Ormer – on the …
  • Parish constables say douzaine role will change with IWV result 14 Oct 2018 12:07 Guernsey Press and Star De-centralisation of duties, polling station changes and the end of the douzaines’ role in elections are just some of the things that senior constables can envisage happening as a result of the end of parish politics. ‘We currently have a very good and …
  • What next for photography in the age of Instagram? 14 Oct 2018 09:02 The Guardian In 2012, I wrote an essay about the shifting nature of photography in an era of unprecedented image overload. Back then, Facebook users alone were uploading 300m photographs a day, while the number of images posted on Flickr and Instagram had exceeded the …
  • West Coast Eagles eye Collingwood rematch for 2019 home opener 13 Oct 2018 18:40 Sunday Times WEST Coast want to unfurl their premiership flag ahead of a blockbuster grand final rematch with Collingwood at Optus Stadium in round two next season. And Fremantle have requested a home season-opener against John Worsfold’s Essendon to mark their 25th …
  • The day democracy died 13 Oct 2018 13:53 Guernsey Press and Star As the results gradually came out, the rain came down like tears of mourning. We know our consensus electoral system, which has worked well for many years, has been struggling for a while, but through no fault of its own. Despite all the negative rhetoric …
  • Disability law progress down to Budget 13 Oct 2018 13:53 Guernsey Press and Star Emilie Yerby added that a lot depends on whether the Policy & Resources committee provides the support needed during next month’s Budget debate. Deputy Yerby represents Employment & Social Security on the group, which is working towards a series …
  • No victimisation of Ormer – GFA CEO 13 Oct 2018 10:41 Guernsey Press and Star Chris Archer, one time Centre of Excellence head coach for both the GFA and then Bristol City FC on the island, said he has stepped away from the local football scene ‘due to the politics and ongoing petulant behaviour’. Archer was responding to the issue …
  • The pros outweigh the cons 13 Oct 2018 10:41 Guernsey Press and Star Knowing that there will be a few eyebrows raised from onlookers outside the Raiders camp at the team selection for today’s trip to National Two South leaders Rams, with eight changes made to the starting XV who beat Clifton and several big names rested, …
  • ‘Guernsey met the challenges that were being created internationally’ 11 Oct 2018 17:29 Guernsey Press and Star In PEA’s world of private equity our general business operations were so different back in 2008. However, Guernsey’s response to how it should operate over the 10 years that followed supported our own growth trajectory. Prior to 2008, tax reporting and …

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  • With his jersey set to be retired, former Ducks star Paul Kariya is riding a wave of happiness 20 Oct 2018 20:59 Los Angeles Times Despite the concussions, the dynamic winger scored 402 goals and 989 points in 989 NHL games. The first-ever draft pick of the then-Mighty Ducks in 1993 and the team’s first star, he was fast and skillful, gifted with great hands. He was a 50-goal scorer …
  • Jersey Shore Family Vacation Recap: They Did Sex 20 Oct 2018 17:30 Yahoo! Voices Deena’s gender-reveal party has pink-and-blue everything: balloons, Mardi Gras beads, candy, and beyond.I’m surprised each guest wasn’t handed a pair of pastel horror contacts at the door in order to pledge their bone-chilling allegiance to either Team …
  • New Jersey Devils vs. Philadelphia Flyers: LIVE score updates and chat (10/20/18) 20 Oct 2018 16:35 NJ.com PHILADELPHIA -- Kyle Palmieri, Taylor Hall, Marcus Johansson, Will Butcher and the New Jersey Devils will play their first true road game of the season when they visit Claude Giroux and Philadelphia Flyers at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Wells Fargo Center. The …
  • ‘Gold Mine’: Why New Jersey Is Suddenly Challenging Nevada as a Sports Betting Hub 20 Oct 2018 16:30 The New York Times EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — At first, the sports book in northern New Jersey appeared to have everything ready when sports betting became legal in the state: 52 high-definition TVs, a fully stocked bar, a revamped menu, a plush V.I.P. section and 20 tellers …
  • Why New Jersey Has Suddenly Become a Sports Betting Hub 20 Oct 2018 15:47 International Herald Tribune EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — At first, the sports book in northern New Jersey appeared to have everything ready when sports betting became legal in the state: 52 high-definition TVs, a fully stocked bar, a revamped menu, a plush V.I.P. section and 20 tellers …
  • 2 shot on Jersey City street -- that's 5 reported victims in 36-hour span 20 Oct 2018 15:42 NJ.com JERSEY CITY -- Two people were shot Friday night, the fourth and fifth reported shooting victims on the streets of Jersey City in less than 36 hours. The victims were shot on Union Street, between Ocean Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive, said Joe Shine, …
  • Jersey City may bring back police horse unit 20 Oct 2018 14:00 NJ.com Jersey City is bringing back police horses for the first time in 46 years, unless the City Council says nay. The nine-member body will hear a measure next week that would authorize the city to use 605 Monmouth St., located in an industrial area of the …
  • Jersey City kids turn cardboard into arcade games 20 Oct 2018 14:00 NJ.com Armed only with cardboard boxes, packing tape, and art supplies, more than 50 Jersey City elementary school students showed off their creativity and ingenuity by creating dozens of arcade-style games out of materials normally destined for the recycle bin. …
  • Gas prices decline in New Jersey, around nation 20 Oct 2018 13:51 The Herald Gas prices have declined in New Jersey and around the nation following some high prices unusual for the season over the past few weeks. AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price of a gallon of regular gas Friday in New Jersey was $2.87, down three cents …
  • Property in Pilesgrove Township sells for $850,000 | South Jersey real estate transactions 20 Oct 2018 12:15 NJ.com Alloway Twp. -100 Pleasant Hill Road, David and Michelle Kohut to Joshua S. and Kerry A. Kramme for $238,000. -415 Telegraph Road, Michael W. and Holly J. Sparks to Kenneth and Elizabeth Hunt for $260,000. Bridgeton -269 Hampton Street, Charles F. Jr. and …
  • Should Jersey City bring back a police horse unit? 20 Oct 2018 10:49 NJ.com Yea or nay? Jersey City may bring back police horses for the first time in 46 years. The City Council will hear a measure next week that would authorize the city to use 605 Monmouth St. as the site of stables for police horses. The city got rid of its …
  • Jersey Journal front and back page news: Saturday, October 20, 2018 20 Oct 2018 09:11 NJ.com Jersey City is bringing back police horses for the first time in 46 years, unless the City Council says nay. Jersey City school officials have finally taken the last step to transition the 30,000-student school district out of state control after 30 years …
  • Silicon Valley, New Jersey 20 Oct 2018 08:46 wsj.com As if New Jersey’s finances aren’t shaky enough, Governor Phil Murphy wants the state to get into venture capital. Invoking Thomas Edison, Mr. Murphy calls his state America’s original Silicon Valley. But he says the influx of venture dollars has fallen …
  • Sikh-American Chamber Of Commerce Organises 7th Annual Gala In Jersey 20 Oct 2018 08:31 Link CHANDIGARH – More than 400 accomplished Sikh-American business members and professionals attended the Sikh American Chamber of Commerce’s 7th Annual Gala in Jersey City recently. Every year, the SACC annual gala brings together top-notch speakers from the …
  • Jersey composer’s symphony celebrates Armistice centenary 20 Oct 2018 04:50 Jersey Evening Post Jersey’s Great War Symphony, Two Brothers, was composed by Charles Mauleverer and tells the story of Charles and Arthur Mallet, who volunteered to fight in 1915. Charles was killed in May 1916. Arthur survived the war and returned home. English conductor …
  • Newark resident charged in murder of South Jersey man 20 Oct 2018 02:02 NJ.com A Newark man was arrested this week and charged with the murder of a South Jersey resident. Lonnie Arrington, 48, was arrested on Tuesday at Penn Station by New Jersey Transit Police for the murder of Michael Shendock, 38, of Voorhees, according to a …
  • Cherry Hill West (0) at Seneca (2), South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament, First Round - Boys Soccer 20 Oct 2018 01:58 NJ.com Johnny Meale and Scotty Spruill scored a goal each to lead third-seeded Seneca to a 2-0 win over 14th-seeded Cherry Hill West in the first round of the South Jersey Coaches Association Tournament in Tabernacle. Seneca will face sixth-seeded Eastern in the …
  • Haddon Township (1) at Triton (2), South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament, First Round - Boys Soccer 20 Oct 2018 01:09 NJ.com Greg Schmied and Jake Fazi scored a goal apiece to lead seventh-seeded Triton to a 2-1 victory against 10th-seeded Haddon Township in the first round of the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament in Runnemeade. Triton will play second-seeded …
  • Glassboro (0) at Mainland (3), South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament, First Round - Boys Soccer 20 Oct 2018 00:20 NJ.com Devon Ford scored two goals to lead eighth-seeded Mainland to a 3-0 victory against ninth-seeded Glassboro in the first round of the South Jersey Coaches Association Tournament in Mainland. Jack Sarkos added a goal, Nick Bozzi and Akeem Sterling chipped …
  • Palmyra (1) at Kingsway (3), South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament, First Round - Boys Soccer 19 Oct 2018 23:32 NJ.com Ryan Ayars, Michael Boyle, and Sean Fatiga all scored as fourth-seeded Kingsway topped 13th-seeded Palmyra, 3-1, in the first round of the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament in Woolwich. Boyle and Chris Spicer both had assists as well …
  • Jersey City family looking for answer after dog attack 19 Oct 2018 23:27 WPIX Please enable Javascript to watch this video JERSEY CITY, NJ — A Jersey City family is looking for answers after their son was viciously attacked by a pit bull while walking home from school. The 16-year-old had to be hospitalized. A woman was walking the …
  • In Jersey, Christie slams Murphy. In Germany, Murphy responds. 19 Oct 2018 22:48 NJ.com BERLIN, Germany -- Former Gov. Chris Christie said time and again around the time he left office, he didn't plan to opine on Jersey politics. But that only lasted nine months. Christie, a Republican, had some stuff to say about his successor, Gov.  …
  • Jersey Journal front and back page news: Friday, October 19, 2018 19 Oct 2018 22:39 NJ.com
  • Blankenship endorses GOP nominee in WV race while calling him 'lying New Jersey opiate drug lobbyist' 19 Oct 2018 22:05 The Hill
  • Jersey City school officials take final step to win back local control 19 Oct 2018 21:12 NJ.com Jersey City school officials have finally taken the last step to transition the 30,000-student school district out of state control after 30 years of oversight. At Thursday's school board meeting, Schools Superintendent Marcia V. Lyles and Board of …
  • Man fatally struck by SUV in Jersey City Heights 19 Oct 2018 21:12 NJ.com A man was struck by an SUV in the Jersey City Heights Friday morning and died a few hours later, Jersey City police said. The man, whose identity was still unknown Friday afternoon, was crossing Summit Avenue at Griffith Street at 10:30 a.m. when he was …
  • Strange carved stone found 'buried' under New Jersey river puzzles locals 19 Oct 2018 21:00 FOX News New Jersey workers found a carved stone in Bloomingdale's Sloan Park underneath the Pequannock River on Oct. 18. (Jon Dunleavy/Borough of Bloomingdale New Jersey Government) New Jersey workers were cleaning up the Pequannock River in Bloomingdale …
  • 336 Million Reasons New Jersey Really Enjoys Betting on Sports 19 Oct 2018 20:04 The New York Times EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — At first, the sports book in northern New Jersey appeared to have everything ready when sports betting became legal in the state: 52 high-definition TVs, a fully stocked bar, a revamped menu, a plush V.I.P. section and 20 tellers …
  • Jersey City man sentenced to 7 years for killing his cousin 19 Oct 2018 19:13 NJ.com JERSEY CITY -- A 35-year-old Jersey City man with 23 prior arrests was sentenced to seven years in state prison Friday for shooting his cousin in the head at a family gathering in June. "The epidemic of gun violence came alive again that day," …
  • WIN: Tickets to see award-winning Jersey Boys at Bristol Hippodrome 19 Oct 2018 17:19 Weston and Somerset Mercury Win PUBLISHED: 18:00 19 October 2018 Eleanor Young Jersey Boys will be at Bristol later this month. Picture: Brinkhoff-Moegenburg Brinkhoff-Moegenburg A Tony, Olivier and Grammy Award-winning show will land in Bristol this month. The …
  • Late Jersey City police officer among 4 cops to be honored at Newark basilica 19 Oct 2018 17:07 NJ.com The late Jersey City police Lt. Christopher Robateau is among four law enforcement officers who will be honored at the Archdiocese of Newark's annual Mass for Law Enforcement Officers next month.  Robateau, 49, a decorated veteran on the city's …
  • Police horse unit may return in Jersey City 19 Oct 2018 17:07 NJ.com JERSEY CITY — Jersey City is bringing back police horses for the first time in 46 years, unless the City Council says nay. The nine-member body will hear a measure next week that would authorize the city to use 605 Monmouth St., located in an industrial …
  • Man shot, killed by detective in South Jersey was 19-year-old 19 Oct 2018 17:07 NJ.com The man shot and killed by police in Cumberland County Thursday afternoon was identified Friday morning as 19-year-old Jacob Servais of Millville. The details surrounding the deadly encounter remained murky Friday afternoon. The shooting occurred at about …
  • Ferrero USA Investing $9M In New Jersey 19 Oct 2018 16:51 Businessfacilities Ferrero USA, the global confectionery company known for brands such as Ferrero Rocher®, Nutella®, Tic Tac® and Kinder Joy, will invest $9 million to expand its industrial facility in Franklin Township, NJ. The expansion project will add nearly 100 local …
  • More dredging work taking place at the Jersey Shore 19 Oct 2018 16:38 WOBM The NJ DOT has begun some dredging of the Metedeconk River and Kettle Creek Complex in an effort to restore state channels to navigable depths. The dredging work is part of a $16 million project to continue returning State channels in Barnegat Bay to a …
  • Jersey Shore bar owners, bouncer charged after customer is assaulted, cops say 19 Oct 2018 15:47 NJ.com UPDATE: Jersey Shore bar owner defends bouncer, says 'belligerent' patron hit head on potted plant  The owners of Long Beach Island bar have been charged with lying to police and withholding evidence after one of bar's bouncers assaulted a …
  • Limerick unveil customised jersey for Fenway Classic 19 Oct 2018 15:06 GAA Football & Hurling October 19, 2018 Limerick will sport a new jersey design in next month's Fenway Hurling Classic in Boston. The specially commissioned O’Neill’s jersey differs from the regular playing kit in having Adare Manor emblazoned across the front, while also …
  • Jersey City kids turn cardboard into arcade games (PHOTOS) 19 Oct 2018 15:04 NJ.com Armed only with cardboard boxes, packing tape, and art supplies, more than 50 Jersey City elementary school students showed off their creativity and ingenuity by creating dozens of arcade-style games out of materials normally destined for the recycle bin. …
  • Jersey Shore bar owner defends bouncer, says 'belligerent' patron hit head on potted plant 19 Oct 2018 14:26 NJ.com The co-owner of a Long Beach Island bar where a bouncer was charged with aggravated assault says a belligerent customer hit his head on a potted plant after being thrown out of the bar and was not beaten by a bouncer. Toby Sweeney, who owns the Terrace …
  • 'NY' Red Bulls? N.J.'s pro soccer club is tearing it up and has Jersey roots 19 Oct 2018 14:00 NJ.com We all know that they're called the New York Red Bulls, but the truth is they've got some serious Jersey roots, especially this year. Sure, their home in Harrison is close to New York and having N.Y. in front of your name supposedly has more cache …
  • $158K Jersey Cash 5 ticket sold in Hudson 19 Oct 2018 13:07 NJ.com The Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots are a combined $1.4 billion, so the $158,000 Jersey Cash 5 grand prize seems like chump change. But the person who purchased the winning ticket at a Jersey City gas station store will take it all the same. The …
  • Jersey City's Cultural Awareness Series marking anniversary 19 Oct 2018 13:07 NJ.com Slide into the Miller Branch Library' Cultural Arts Center tomorrow and help the Community Awareness Series celebrate it's 41st anniversary. The series will present a live performance by the Trombone Choir Jazz Band, featuring composers and …
  • Costume parties, mysteries, more in Jersey City 19 Oct 2018 13:07 NJ.com With Halloween being on a Wednesday this year, some spots in Hudson County are getting ready to celebrate the holiday early. LITM, a well-known establishment in the Jersey City restaurant scene, will be hosting several Halloween themed events throughout …
  • Jersey Shore: Ronnie Ortiz-Magro Reveals He's in Therapy with Jen Harley After Her Arrest 19 Oct 2018 12:57 Yahoo! Voices Ronnie Ortiz-Magro wants to make things work with Jen Harley — and his roommates can’t believe it. On Thursday’s episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation, Ronnie flew in from Las Vegas to surprise Deena Cortese at her baby’s sex reveal party. Leading up to …
  • What is the Jersey Shore's Biggest Concerns For the Mid-Term Elections? [POLL] 19 Oct 2018 12:28 WOBM   The big Mid-Term Elections are just around the corner and voters jave a lot to decide this November! We want to see how you feel here at the Jersey Shore, what are your biggest concerns for when you enter the ballot booth. My top three concerns include …
  • New Jersey Tournament of Bands in Bayville 19 Oct 2018 12:28 WOBM We will be hearing the awesome sounds of Marching Bands as we drive past Central Regional in Bayville this weekend with the State Championship Competition coming to town. The New Jersey State Championship for High School Marching Bands will be taking …
  • Revealed: New Limerick Jersey For Fenway Classic 19 Oct 2018 12:15 Limerick Post A one-of-a-kind customised Limerick playing kit has been unveiled for the Fenway Hurling Classic which takes place at Fenway Park in Boston on November 18th. Representatives from Clare, Cork, and Wexford were also in attendance at the Aer Lingus Hangar 6 …
  • Alvin Ailey Comes to New Jersey Performing A 19 Oct 2018 10:39 Black Star News Alvin Ailey's Jacqueline Green and Michael Jackson Jr. Photo by Andrew Eccles Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) for their 20th annual performance run on Mother's Day Weekend from May 11-13. The …
  • Reunited: Crosby Gives Jersey To Captain Of Kenya’s One And Only Hockey Team 19 Oct 2018 09:31 KDKA Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Before taking on the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night, Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby reunited with a new friend. Crosby met up once again with the captain of Kenya’s one and only ice …
  • Jersey Journal front and back page news: Friday, October 19, 2018 19 Oct 2018 09:18 NJ.com Who wants to be a billionaire? Well, if you win the upcoming Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots, you can be! Plus, what you need to know if you win big. A man was injured in a daytime shooting in Jersey City on Thursday. Also, Bayonne has approved a …
  • Boy with one hand goes viral after getting Shaquem Griffin jersey – that’s just the start 19 Oct 2018 06:48 KCPQ Please enable Javascript to watch this video SEATTLE – Spoiler alert: This story starts off awesome, and gets dramatically better from there. It begins with Daniel, an 11-year-old boy with one hand who lives in California and plays football. Daniel grew …
  • Bomber great auctioning off Ring of Honour jersey to pay for visits to sick son 19 Oct 2018 05:44 CKND Gerry James, one of the all-time greats in the history of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, is selling his coveted Ring of Honour jersey in order to visit his sick son. “A jersey is just a jersey — my son’s life is a little more important than that,” said James. …
  • It’s All Upbeat in New Jersey’s Offshore-Wind Update Despite Cost 19 Oct 2018 05:26 NJ Spotlight Credit: Creative Commons New Jersey is at the center of a developing offshore-wind industry along the East Coast, ideally situated to reap the economic benefits of a rapidly growing sector, legislators were told yesterday. With the nation’s most …
  • PRINCIPAL DUMPED AFTER MAKING STUDENT REMOVE “TRUMP 45” JERSEY AT PATRIOTIC FOOTBALL GAME 19 Oct 2018 04:49 Empire State News By CANDY STALLWORTH Cheers to Harnett County School District in North Carolina for dumping the bonehead principal that made a student remove his “Trump 45” football jersey at a patriotic high school football game. Matthew Collins, 18, exercised his First …
  • Jersey Shore Family Vacation: Deena Cortese and husband Christopher Buckner host gender reveal party 19 Oct 2018 04:48 Charleston Daily Mail Deena Cortese found out the gender of her baby on Thursday's episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation. The 31-year-old reality star and husband Christopher Buckner, 29, hosted a gender reveal party in New Jersey with family, friends and roommates. …
  • New Jersey Devils vs. Colorado Avalanche: RECAP, SCORE, STATS, CHAT (10/18/18) 19 Oct 2018 04:39 NJ.com Kyle Palmieri, Will Butcher, Keith Kinkaid, Marcus Johansson and the New Jersey Devils will aim to win their fifth straight game to open the 2018-19 season when they host Nathan MacKinnon and the Colorado Avalanche at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Prudential …
  • Warren raises 7 times more than Sanders in New Jersey 19 Oct 2018 04:05 New Jersey Globe Elizabeth Warren has raised more than seven times what Bernie Sanders has out of New Jersey as they both seek re-election to the U.S. Senate this year. Warren has raised $208,383 from New Jersey donors, while Sanders’ haul was just $28,212. Neither has a …
  • DOJ investigating New Jersey jail in wake of inmate suicides, report says 19 Oct 2018 01:43 FOX News The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating the Cumberland County Jail in New Jersey.  (Google Earth) A New Jersey jail has reportedly drawn the scrutiny of the Department of Justice (DOJ). Six inmates killed themselves in three years at the …
  • Detroit Pistons have ups and downs in opening-game victory, 103-100 over New Jersey Nets 19 Oct 2018 00:03 The Daily Mining Gazette Pistons forward Blake Griffin, right, is fouled by Brooklyn Nets forward Jared Dudley during the second half Wednesday in Detroit. (AP photo) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer DETROIT — It took the Detroit Pistons over three minutes to score in their first …
  • New Jersey Devils vs. Colorado Avalanche: LIVE score updates and chat (10/18/18) 18 Oct 2018 23:48 NJ.com Kyle Palmieri, Will Butcher, Keith Kinkaid, Marcus Johansson and the New Jersey Devils will aim to win their fifth straight game to open the 2018-19 season when they host Nathan MacKinnon and the Colorado Avalanche at 7 p.m. on Thursday at Prudential …
  • Kingsway (1) at Washington Township (3), South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament, First Round - Girls Soccer 18 Oct 2018 23:31 NJ.com Giovanna Castorina netted a pair of goals to lead Washington Township, No. 12 in the NJ.com Top 20, to a 3-1 win over Kingsway in the first round of the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association Tournament. Amanda Attanasi added a goal and assist in the win …
  • South Jersey Times football picks, Week 7 18 Oct 2018 22:41 NJ.com Week 7 of the local high school football season presents a host of key matchups as division races are heating up across South Jersey. At the same time, teams are trying to position themselves for favorable playoff seeds with the cutoff date looming next …
  • Jersey councilman jeered for saying he supports diversity by giving promotions to those who don’t deserve them 18 Oct 2018 22:09 Raw Story Mountainside, New Jersey Councilman Robert Messler got shouted down during a debate with his two opponents. Messler is facing off against Democrats Anjali Mehtrotra and Ileana Montes for two seats on the council, NJ.com reported Thursday. But an awkward …
  • Property in Wenonah sells for $460,500 | South Jersey real estate transactions 18 Oct 2018 22:08 NJ.com Blackwood -918 Schuyler Place, Gallardo Investment Group, LLC, by Michael J. Knowles, to Martin Gravenstine and Jessica Shukdinas for $255,000. Clayton -103 South Delsea Drive, Jeffrey Krieger to Mary A. Formichelli for $181,200.   Deptford -659 Salmon …
  • What Jersey City is doing to help minority businesses get city contracts 18 Oct 2018 22:08 NJ.com Local businesses have a chance this weekend to learn the ins and outs of working with Jersey City as vendors or service providers. The "Doing Business with Jersey City" free workshop will run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday at City Hall, 280 …
  • Teen recovering from pit bull attack in Jersey City 18 Oct 2018 22:08 NJ.com A Jersey City high school student was hospitalized last week after being attacked by a pit bull on his walk home. The 16-year-old Dickinson High School student was walking along Corbin Avenue between Stuyvesant and Sip avenues on Oct. 10 at approximately …
  • Why Warburton never asked for McCaw's jersey 18 Oct 2018 22:03 The New Zealand Herald Former Welsh representative Sam Warburton wasn't in the game to make friends. Making more than 70 appearances for his country since his debut in 2009, he was forced to retire at the age of 29 last year due to a string of injuries. During his career, …
  • UFO seen flying over New Jersey was actually a drone, police say 18 Oct 2018 21:55 WRTA iStock/Thinkstock(UNION, N.J.) — It wasn’t a UFO — or bird, or plane — stalking the skies over northern New Jersey Tuesday night. The unidentified flying object was actually a police drone being used to search for two suspects who robbed a Home Depot, …
  • Rapist followed woman home — cops warn Jersey residents 18 Oct 2018 21:48 WOBM MAPLEWOOD — A woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted on Tuesday has prompted police to remind residents about being aware of strangers and keeping themselves safe. The alleged assault happened on Tuesday morning when a woman said a man followed her …
  • Jersey Mike's Game of the Week: Toms River North at Toms River East 18 Oct 2018 21:48 WOBM The third and final installment in the Toms River versus Toms River football rivalry takes place Friday night when North visits East in the Jersey Mike’s Game of the Week which will be broadcast on 92.7 WOBM with a live video stream on shoresportsnetwork. …
  • New Jersey among worst states when it comes to identity theft 18 Oct 2018 21:48 WOBM With so many businesses experiencing data breaches this year, Wallethub has released its 2018 report on states most vulnerable to identity theft and fraud. Analyst Jill Gonzalez said the free credit-monitoring website looked at certain metrics to come up …
  • DeMar needs jersey for his mom, plus more takeaways from Spurs win over Wolves 18 Oct 2018 21:40 www.ksat.com SAN ANTONIO - The Spurs beat the Minnesota Timberwolves in their 2018-19 regular season opener. Here are some takeaways from Wednesday night’s San Antonio 112-108 win. 1. DeMar DeRozan not afraid to take over game: In his season debut, DeMar DeRozan …
  • Man is shot in broad daylight on Jersey City street: police 18 Oct 2018 19:50 NJ.com A man was shot in broad daylight Thursday afternoon in Jersey City, police confirmed. The man was shot on Bramhall Avenue, between Sackett and Seidler streets, said Joe Shine, a freelance photographer for The Jersey Journal who was at the scene after the …
  • Trump may be Menendez's best friend in this Jersey Senate race. So says a new poll. 18 Oct 2018 19:50 NJ.com WASHINGTON -- New Jersey voters dislike President Donald Trump more than they're worried about U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez's ethical problems, according to a poll released Thursday that gives the Democratic senator a 9-point lead over Republican Bob …
  • New Jersey Governor visits Israel 18 Oct 2018 18:15 Arutz Sheva The Governor of New Jersey is on a four-day trip to Israel and will visit Tel Aviv and Jerusalem between 20-24 October. The goal of the mission is to foster international investment opportunities in the Garden State, as well as to deepen the economic, …
  • Phil Murphy turns on the charm in Germany as he pitches businesses to bring jobs to Jersey 18 Oct 2018 17:50 NJ.com FRANKFURT, Germany -- Before he was elected governor, before his time as U.S. ambassador to Germany and before he was a heavyweight Democratic fundraiser, Gov. Phil Murphy was an executive at Goldman Sachs. So Murphy might say he's plucking the …
  • Family, friends and officers share in jersey dedication at Loch Raven High for fallen officer Amy Caprio 18 Oct 2018 17:44 CapitalGazette.com Amy Caprio never played on one of the six state championship teams for the Loch Raven High girls soccer team, but PFC Officer Caprio, who died in the line of duty on May 21, 2018, will never be forgotten at the school where she graduated from in 2006. …
  • Costume parties, mystery gala, card readings, more in Jersey City 18 Oct 2018 17:41 NJ.com With Halloween being on a Wednesday this year, some spots in Hudson County are getting ready to celebrate the holiday early this year. LITM, a well-known establishment in the Jersey City restaurant scene, will be hosting several Halloween themed events …
  • Celebrate Halloween early at Leonard Gordon Park in Jersey City 18 Oct 2018 17:41 NJ.com Pumpkin patches and family-friendly thrills and chills will be available for those looking to get into the spirit of Halloween as the Leonard Gordon Park Conservancy hosts its second annual Halloween Bash this Saturday, Oct 20.  On tap will be face …
  • It's Phil Murphy the salesman in Germany as he pitches businesses on bringing jobs to Jersey 18 Oct 2018 17:39 NJ.com FRANKFURT, Germany -- Before he was elected governor, before his time as U.S. ambassador to Germany and before he was a heavyweight Democratic fundraiser, Gov. Phil Murphy was an executive at Goldman Sachs. So Murphy might say he's plucking the …
  • Jersey Shore bar owners, bouncer charged after customer is beaten, cops say 18 Oct 2018 17:39 NJ.com The owners of Long Beach Island bar have been charged with lying to police and withholding evidence after one of bar's bouncers badly beat a customer last month, authorities said.  Terrace Tavern co-owners Toby Sweeney and Michael Sweeney were charged …
  • Nice Way to Do Good at Jersey Shore: Help at Saturday's Beach Sweeps 18 Oct 2018 17:14 WOBM I've blogged before about the good feelings that can come from volunteering.  Well you can experience some of those on Saturday at your choice of location.  The Fall Beach Sweeps organized by Clean Ocean Action are taking place at 60 sites all over …
  • Phil Murphy revs up his salesman skills in Germany as he pitches businesses to choose Jersey 18 Oct 2018 16:27 NJ.com FRANKFURT, Germany -- Before he was elected governor, before his time as U.S. ambassador to Germany and before he was a heavyweight Democratic fundraiser, Gov. Phil Murphy was an executive at Goldman Sachs. So Murphy might say he's plucking the …
  • The Hummus & Pita Co making Jersey debut 18 Oct 2018 16:19 Fastcasual Oct. 17, 2018The Hummus & Pita Co is opening its first New Jersey location on Nov. 12, according to a company press release. The outpost is located in Holmdel (101 Crawford's Corner Rd.) inside the Bell Works Metroburb, a destination featuring …
  • $158K Jersey Cash 5 ticket sold in Hudson County 18 Oct 2018 15:23 NJ.com The Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots are a combined $1.3 billion, so the $158,000 Jersey Cash 5 grand prize seems like chump change -- but the person who purchased the winning ticket at a Jersey City gas station store will take it all the same. The …
  • New Jersey judge explains 'close your legs' comment 18 Oct 2018 13:33 CTV News TRENTON, N.J. -- A New Jersey family court judge who told a woman she could "close your legs" to stop a sexual assault says he was trying to elicit more details from her. Judge John Russo on Wednesday appeared before a committee on judicial …
  • Football Top 20 & statewide rankings through Week 6: So. Jersey shockers spark shakeup 18 Oct 2018 13:11 NJ.com The NJ.com Top 20 finally has some stability at the top but ranked teams were no strangers to upsets this week. Two top programs out of South Jersey fell hard, which opened up opportunities for other teams around the state to either inch its way closer to …
  • Drug-resistant Salmonella outbreak includes New Jersey 18 Oct 2018 12:41 WOBM WASHINGTON — Ninety-two people in 29 states have been infected with a multi-drug strain of Salmonella. The strain has been found in pet food, raw chicken products, and live chickens, according to the CDC, but no common supplier has been found. The CDC …
  • These Jersey Democrats are raising cash like crazy as they try to ruin Trump's midterm test 18 Oct 2018 12:20 NJ.com Former Navy pilot and federal prosecutor Mikie Sherrill did what no one has ever done before in New Jersey congressional race: Raise more than $7 million. She smashed Rep Josh Gottheimer's $4.8 million fundraising record set in 2016, and even had more …
  • 2nd arrest made in Jersey Shore hit-and-run that critically injured 14-year-old girl 18 Oct 2018 12:06 NJ.com A second arrest has been made in the hit-and-run crash at the Jersey Shore that left a 14-year-old bicyclist with a fractured skull and traumatic brain injuries, authorities said. Kyle Ramos, 28, of Seaside Heights, was charged with hindering the …
  • Child struck by vehicle in New Jersey, police say 18 Oct 2018 11:51 WPIX LINDEN, N.J. — A child was hit by a vehicle in New Jersey Thursday morning, police said. (AIR11) Authorities received a call about a person hit along West 16th Street and South Wood Avenue in Linden shortly before 7 a.m. Officers arrived to take the …
  • The Stat Sheet: A look at West Jersey Football League leaders through Week 6 18 Oct 2018 11:28 NJ.com Following are the West Jersey Football League’s statistical leaders through Week 6. Stats are compiled from games covered and reported by coaches and team correspondents to njschoolsports.com. To update stats, coaches and correspondents should log in to …
  • Eddie gives Indigenous jersey the thumbs-up 18 Oct 2018 10:42 Canberra Times One of the most important took place in Sydney last week. All of the Super Rugby high performance teams – we're talking coaches, assistant coaches, strength and conditioning types, the lot – met with their Wallabies equivalents and RA high performance …
  • Jersey Boys is pure magic 18 Oct 2018 10:38 Woking News and Mail ALTHOUGH Jersey Boys includes more than 30 hit songs from Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, it wasn’t intended to be a musical, writes Stuart Flitton. The show is a multifaceted play – packed with live music – telling the rise of the group from the …
  • New Jersey’s Tax System Ranked among Fairest in the Country 18 Oct 2018 07:58 NJ Spotlight Across the nation, state and local tax systems seem to be contributing to income inequality, but in New Jersey that doesn’t appear to be the case. A report on the fairness of state and local tax policy that was released yesterday by the Washington, D.C. …
  • Jersey Journal front and back page news: Thursday, October 18, 2018 18 Oct 2018 07:41 NJ.com U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez lashed out at his opponent's latest attack ad, calling Republican Bob Hugin the "slimiest of slimeballs" over his resurrecting of old and unsubstantiated allegations that the New Jersey Democrat had once engaged in …
  • Jersey Mike’s Opens First Secaucus Location 18 Oct 2018 06:44 E Secaucus Jersey Mike’s Subs location is opened its first Secaucus location on Wednesday with a fundraiser featuring free sandwiches. The new location will open at 200 Mill Creek Drive in the former location of the Verizon Store near Bonefish Grill. Franchise …
  • What Offshore Wind Could Do for Economy and Jobs in New Jersey 18 Oct 2018 05:56 NJ Spotlight John Shinn and Debra Coyle McFadden Sometimes success is about being in the right place at the right time. Eight years after the signing of one of the nation’s most robust laws to open the market to offshore-wind generation, New Jersey’s moment has …
  • Men’s soccer beats Rutgers-Camden in OT with an own goal 18 Oct 2018 04:32 Whit Four wins on the bounce has the Rowan men’s soccer team feeling confident entering their final three games of the regular season. After starting 2-2, the Profs have since won eight of their last 10 games. Rowan’s next opponent is at home Wednesday night …
  • Student Government Association discusses Rowan events 18 Oct 2018 04:32 Whit The Student Government Association met on Oct. 15 for the third time this year in the Rohrer College of Business, moving from their usual location of the upper level of the student center. Announced at the meeting, Philabundance will be coming to Rowan …
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