The coach…and his pizza

It takes $2 and a pizza to get Bob Hurley Sr. into a HS hoops game these days Bob Hurley Sr. hasn’t attended many high school basketball games since St. Anthony closed. So we took him to one. “Two seniors, please.” The man behind the ticket table at the Seton …

Cento Amici featured in ROI-NJ

Nonprofit Profile: Cento Amici, the ‘100 Friends’ Cento Amici (100 Friends) was founded 30 years ago by Thomas Zito, executive director of the Bayonne Housing Authority, and Robert Zito, then an executive at the New York Stock Exchange. The two had been members of Tiro a Segno, a New York …

Monday, October 9, Annual Dinner

INVITATION (OPEN PDF INVITE) In keeping with our organization’s history of recognizing great leaders and humanitarians from New Jersey, we are proud to welcome Judge Jose Linares as this year’s honorary member. To recognize his dedication to New Jersey students and to show your continued support, we hope you will …

Steve Kalafer in NJ.com

N.J. mega car dealer pulls TV ads over NFL protests In response to the ongoing controversy surrounding NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, the owner of Flemington Car and Truck Country has pulled the dealership’s ads from broadcasts of games for the remainder of the 2017 season. Read more …

General Frank Libutti Featured in NJBiz

From the Corps to the corner office: Former Marine finds business niche in pipelines, pharmaceuticals It’s not every day that someone compares overseeing 80,000 U.S. Marines to running a project management and gas pipeline inspection firm in New Jersey. But for Frank Libutti, former U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant General and …