A New Jersey couple received a special honor on Thursday, one that was decades in the making. The husband and wife were celebrated for their heroism in serving in World War II.
Aaron Sofer of Lakewood, went missing last Friday when he went on a hike with a friend in the Jerusalem Forest.
Israeli police said Tuesday they are searching for a young New Jersey religious student who went missing during a hike outside Jerusalem.
The 28-year-old insisted all was good despite an Instagram post earlier this week that was either a knock at the Knicks or a case of really bad timing. “I don’t have no problems with anybody,” Smith said.
Tyler had been playing for Erie, the Knicks’ NBA Development League affiliate, after recovering from a broken right foot. The Knicks had originally signed him in August but waived him in October following his injury.
Knicks guard J.R. Smith is either upset with his team or just enjoys posting memes on social media. Maybe a little of both.
I hate to say it, but the Knicks are a laughingstock to fans, media and other NBA executives. And it starts at the top with owner James Dolan and trickles down to the players.
The New York Knicks have recalled 26-year-old guard Chris Smith from Erie of the NBA Development League after yet another injury to their backcourt.
J.R. Smith is protective of his younger brother, Chris, and he showed it on Twitter on Wednesday night following the Knicks’ victory over the Hawks.
Melo has refused to discuss the possibility of leaving the Knicks via free agency.
Four single men in various stages of divorce and broken relationships live in the same apartment complex and bond over questionable relationship advice.
UConn coach Jim Calhoun has undergone successful surgery to repair a left hip fracture from a bicycle accident.
New York has signed free-agent guard Chris Smith, the younger brother of Knicks guard J.R. Smith.
New York was expected to re-sign the free agent this offseason. When asked by a fan on Monday night to consider Los Angeles, Smith tweeted, “Sorry but im a #KNICK!”
Louisville withstood a closing run by Cincinnati for a 50-44 victory Saturday night that gave the Cardinals their second Big East tournament championship.