Depending on your geographical boundaries, Millville’s Tim Williams is either the first or second local mixed martial arts fighter to make it to the UFC.
There were nothing but blue skies over Philadelphia when the Eagles staged their Super Bowl celebration last Thursday.
Philadelphia Eagles fans went out on a limb during Thursday’s Super Bowl parade.
Nick Foles really was a Monday morning quarterback.
Despite passing away in August, Jeffrey Riegel has remained an avid Eagles fan.
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins used his team-issued allotment of Super Bowl LII tickets so that family members and friends could watch his team take on New England next Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
My postgame snack at Eagles’ home games usually consists of a soft pretzel and a cup of coffee.
The Philadelphia Eagles have enjoyed a tremendous season.
The Pro Football Writers of America will announce its NFL Coach of the Year on Thursday.
Contrary to popular belief, I wasn’t in the press box at Shibe Park — assuming it even had a press box — when Eagles running back Steve Van Buren rushed for 196 yards in the 1949 NFL championship game.
Local boxing and mixed martial arts fans should be reveling in the news that two rebranded casino properties will be opening in Atlantic City this summer.
My Facebook page this week included posts from some friends and family members living in Florida who were complaining about the temperatures down South.
Eagles fans didn’t have to wait until midnight on New Year’s Eve to see the ball drop.
What a year.
Even the most devoted Eagles’ fans needed something stronger than Kool-Aid to get through that dreadful display at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday night.
Dear Santa: Just a quick note that I enjoyed your appearance at StoryBook Land the other day. The look of sheer joy and wonderment on my 20-month-old grandson’s face when you turned on the lights around the park was worth the $26-per-person admission. I’m sorry Hampton wasn’t too thrilled ab…
Kudos to the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, Boardwalk Hall officials, Atlantic City Sports Commission and anyone else who played a role in trying to lure the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments to Boardwalk Hall.
The Honorable Julio L. Mendez evidently doesn’t think much of the Eagles’ chances to reach the Super Bowl.
To say that Eagles fans took the news hard is putting it mildly.
Sometimes it’s the thought that counts.
It was bound to happen.
There should be plenty of parking spaces available in downtown Hammonton on Sunday.
The Philadelphia Eagles are in the midst of something special.
Cup champ Truex Jr. always a Jersey boy
High school football is as much a part of my family’s Thanksgiving as the unopened bottle of Manischewitz that sits on the table among the smoked turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and cranberries.