2017 Football

Are You Ready For The Super Bowl?

Who’s Excited for the SUPER BOWL?

If you’re a fan of either team involved in the game, then you’re likely counting down the hours until kickoff, all the while avoiding anyone you see wearing the other team’s gear or logo. If you’re not a fan of either team, but a fan of the NFL, then you might still have a preference towards one side or the other. You might be rooting for the team that last beat yours so your squad looks better, or maybe you want the team that beats you to lose since they ended your season.

You don’t even have to be a fan of professional football to be looking forward to the big game. This sporting event seems to have taken on a life of its own over all other sporting events, almost to the point of being a national holiday. Many households find this day an excuse to go out and buy a new television, which is certainly one thing you need to have if you are planning on throwing a Super Bowl party.

It’s not the only thing you need, though. You’ll, of course, need enough seating for everyone you invite, as well as food and beverages. You’ll have to decide whether or not you are going to serve alcohol or permit anyone to bring it. Whether or not you want kids at the party is also another decision you’ll have to make.

On top of all this, you’ll obviously need guests. This can sometimes be the hardest thing to figure out. How many can you reasonably accommodate? Is there enough parking? Who do you invite? Friends? Family? Coworkers? Are you looking for a successful party or do you want to enjoy the company you have over?

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Local news and national

How Your Local News Can Educate You

It’s important to be informed and educated about the world around you. However, many people don’t realize how much they can learn by watching their local news station.

Here are a few of the many ways in which local news can educate you.

You’ll Hear Stories That Won’t Appear Anywhere Else

Local new stations make a point of featuring stories that are specific to a community. They’ll investigate and report on problems that matter to you and the world around you.

If you want to keep up with what is going on in your town, you’re going to want to make sure you follow the local news. Whether you watch it on TV or read it in a paper, you’ll be able to take in a great deal.

You Can Learn More About National Stories

While local news reporters do report on local stories, that isn’t the only thing that they focus on. It is also common for them to report on stories with a national impact. In some cases, the stories they cover may even have a global appeal.

If you want to keep up with the news, but don’t have a lot of time, you should try tuning into your local news station. You’ll be able to hear all of the stories that are relevant to people living in your area.

You’ll Know What Other People Are Hearing

It’s likely that the people that live around you will also be tuning into local news. If you watch or read local news, you’ll be familiar with the kind of stories that they’re consuming.

If you’re looking for an education, you should be able to get it from a local news network. Try to find a station that will be able to teach you what you want to know.

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About the Ocean Signal Network News

The Shore News Network was founded in 2008 with the creation of two community websites, JacksonNJOnline.com and TomsRiverNJOnline.com.  In 2010, we launched JTOWN Magazine, a print edition of our very popular Jackson website, followed by the launch of Toms River Magazine in 2011.

The Shore News Network is an collection of aggregated news stories mixed in with original news content published by JTOWN Magazine, Toms River Magazine and the former Ocean Signal.

Every day, we report on local news here at the Jersey Shore and mix our in-house reported with links to other quality local news websites, blogs and content producers.

The Shore News Network, like any great search engine, curates and indexes local news from third party sources, creating a stronger reach and presence for independent local news providers and bloggers.

The editor of the Shore News Network is Phil Stilton, a former United States Marine and Jersey Shore internet pioneer.   Stilton has been involved in creating news platforms for the New Jersey news industry since 1995 as a member of the Asbury Park Press and IN Jersey’s technology, research and service team.

In 2013, Stilton was the primary driving force behind the Ocean Signal newspaper, which published for one year.   Stilton is also the editor of the Ocean County Police Blotter, one of Ocean County’s most popular social media sites on Facebook.

Stilton’s editorial works and photographs have been featured globally, including Time Magazine, Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, Wall Street Journal, the Star Ledger, Asbury Park Press, USA Today as well as hundreds of other newspapers and news broadcast programs around the country.

In 2015, the Shore News Network switched from the decades old proprietary news format to an open-news format and local content aggregator.   Under the open-news format, all in-house news stories and published photographs are made available under the Creative Commons license, which allows other news providers free use of our features and photographs in full, provided they are properly credited and attributed.

The Shore News Network’s platform is the model of the new millennium and is a leader in local news delivery with syndication on a global scale.

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