- Street Signs VandalizedPosted 2 days ago
- Verona Police Blotter: July 15 – July 22, 2016Posted 4 days ago
- Three File To Run For BOEPosted 5 days ago
- Verona Police Recruiting OfficersPosted 5 days ago
- Verona Police Blotter: July 8-15, 2016Posted 1 week ago
- Newark Man Arrested, Charged In Fatal Hit-And-RunPosted 2 weeks ago
- Claremont Construction Halt? Not ReallyPosted 3 weeks ago
- Town Opens Cooling CentersPosted 3 weeks ago
- Verona Police Blotter: June 24 – July 1Posted 3 weeks ago
- Traffic Signs–And Common SensePosted 4 weeks ago
Rutgers To Honor Baseball Coach Fred Hill
Rutgers baseball will honor the legendary career of coach Fred Hill, a long-time Verona resident, in a ceremony scheduled prior to the May 10 game versus USF at Bainton Field. The program will retire his No. 24 as part of the festivities.
“Coach Hill had a tremendous impact during his 30 years at Rutgers,” head coach Joe Litterio said. “He has been a mentor to me and to so many who have had the privilege of playing for him. We hope to have a great turnout for the ceremony, which should be a memorable day.”
All alumni and friends of the program are invited to attend, with a pregame gathering set for noon. The ceremony is scheduled to begin around 12:20 p.m. and will also include speeches from Litterio and Glen Gardner. Hill will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
Hill’s number will become the second retired in program history, joining Jeff Torborg’s No. 10. The veteran mentor earned 941 victories during his 30 seasons in Piscataway, the most of any coach in any sport in the history of Rutgers Athletics. Click here to read more on Hill.
Get News Updates By Email
Where In Verona Is It? Week 52
This is it folks: The last week of MyVeronaNJ.com’s...
- Posted 5 years ago
Where In Verona Is It? Week 22
Naughty? Nice? We’re not going to be judgmental. We’re...
- Posted 6 years ago
PSEG: Here’s Verona Outage Map
With the millions of homes without power around New...
- Posted 4 years ago