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Girls volleyball: LIVE updates, links and featured coverage for Wednesday, Sept. 28

Freehold Borough vs. Howell, 3:45Wednesday, Sep. 28Pennsauken (1-7) at Sterling (8-3), 3:45pmSTEMCivics (0-7) at Cinnaminson (6-5), 3:45pmBurlington City (2-5) at Burlington Township (7-0), 3:45pmNorthern Burlington (2-6) at West Windsor-Plainsboro South (4-4), 5:15pmHopewell Valley (1-7) at Princeton (6-0), 5:15pmNotre Dame (5-1) at West Windsor-Plainsboro North (2-7), 5:15pmCliffside Park (7-3) at Fort Lee (5-4), TBAWayne Hills (4-4) at Passaic Valley (1-5), 4pm...

Freehold Borough vs. Howell, 3:45

Wednesday, Sep. 28

Pennsauken (1-7) at Sterling (8-3), 3:45pm

STEMCivics (0-7) at Cinnaminson (6-5), 3:45pm

Burlington City (2-5) at Burlington Township (7-0), 3:45pm

Northern Burlington (2-6) at West Windsor-Plainsboro South (4-4), 5:15pm

Hopewell Valley (1-7) at Princeton (6-0), 5:15pm

Notre Dame (5-1) at West Windsor-Plainsboro North (2-7), 5:15pm

Cliffside Park (7-3) at Fort Lee (5-4), TBA

Wayne Hills (4-4) at Passaic Valley (1-5), 4pm

Passaic Tech (8-0) at Bergen Tech (9-0), 4pm

Holy Angels (4-3) at Paramus Catholic (5-2), 4:15pm

Westwood (3-5) at Ramsey (3-4), 4:15pm

Pascack Valley (4-3) at Teaneck (0-6), 4:15pm

Dumont (4-4) at Dwight-Morrow (2-6), 4:15pm

River Dell (7-0) at Mahwah (3-4), 4:15pm

Paramus (5-4) at Northern Highlands (4-3), 4:15pm

Passaic (2-4) at Paterson Eastside (3-5), 5pm

Indian Hills (6-3) at Pascack Hills (5-3), 5:30pm

Lower Cape May (4-4) vs. Middle Township (0-5) at Middle Township HS, 4pm

Pinelands (5-1) at Atlantic Tech (6-1), 5:15pm

Mother Seton (8-3) at South Plainfield (0-7), TBA

Old Bridge (7-0) at East Brunswick (7-2), TBA

Piscataway (7-1) at Woodbridge (4-3), 4pm

Perth Amboy (1-6) vs. South River (4-5) at South River High School, 5pm

Bridgewater-Raritan (3-4) at Colonia (3-5), 5:15pm

Edison (2-5) at North Brunswick (2-5), 5:15pm

Wardlaw-Hartridge (2-2-1) at Gill St. Bernard's (1-5), 5:15pm

South Brunswick (3-4) at J.P. Stevens (4-4), 5:15pm

Timothy Christian (5-0) vs. Highland Park (3-2) at Highland Park MS Gym, 5:15pm

Iselin Kennedy (2-4) at Monroe (4-2), 5:30pm

Ferris (4-4) at St. Dominic (3-5), TBA

Memorial (3-5) at Hudson Catholic (4-2), 4:30pm

North Bergen (3-6) at Union City (8-1), 4:30pm

Hoboken (6-2) vs. Lincoln (1-4) at Lincoln High School, 4:30pm

BelovED Charter (0-8) at Dickinson (4-1), 4:30pm

Snyder (1-6) at Bayonne (4-4), 4:30pm

Madison (9-1) at Kinnelon (4-5), TBA

St. Elizabeth (8-0) at Morristown-Beard (2-2), 4pm

Hanover Park (4-4) at Morris Catholic (7-2), 4pm

Whippany Park (2-6) vs. Pequannock (2-6) at Pequannock High School, 4pm

Roxbury (3-5) at West Morris (4-2), 4pm

Mount Olive (4-4) at Morris Knolls (4-5), 4pm

Jefferson (3-6) at Morris Tech (4-3), 4pm

Villa Walsh (4-5) at Parsippany (2-7), 4pm

Randolph (2-6) at Morris Hills (3-7), 4pm

Pope John (3-4) at Chatham (3-2), 4pm

Vernon (8-0) at High Point (1-5), 4pm

Montville (7-1) at Morristown (5-1), 5:30pm

Moorestown (6-2) at Shawnee (5-3), 3:45pm

Rancocas Valley (4-4) at Cherokee (4-6), 3:45pm

Camden Academy Charter (0-5) at Bishop Eustace (1-5), 3:45pm

Eastern (4-2) at Cherry Hill East (5-3), 3:45pm

Seneca (5-3) at Camden Catholic (4-2), 5:15pm

Paul VI (10-0) at Lenape (5-3), 5:15pm

Bard (0-1) at Technology (2-5), 4pm

Nutley (1-7) at Columbia (6-2), 4pm

Mount St. Dominic (3-5) at Livingston (10-0), 4pm

Arts (6-3) at Irvington (4-4), 4pm

Millburn (2-6) at Caldwell (2-5), 4pm

Golda Och (5-1) at St. Vincent (1-7), 4pm

Bloomfield (2-5) at Montclair (4-2), 5:15pm

Freehold Borough (5-2) vs. Howell (5-3) at Howell High School, TBA

Middletown North (2-7) at Marlboro (5-4), 3:45pm

Raritan (6-4) at Manasquan (3-6), 3:45pm

St. John Vianney (8-2) at Red Bank Regional (2-6), 4pm

Middletown North (2-7) at Marlboro (5-4), 4pm

Long Branch (1-6) at Middletown South (2-5), 4pm

Trinity Hall (3-2) at Asbury Park (0-5), 4pm

Keyport (3-2) at Point Pleasant Beach (4-6), 5:15pm

Wall (6-2) at Red Bank Catholic (5-3), 5:15pm

Holmdel (1-9) at Rumson-Fair Haven (5-5), 5:15pm

Pinelands (5-1) at Atlantic Tech (6-1), 5:15pm

Bound Brook (0-5-1) at St. Benedict's (5-3), 4pm

Bridgewater-Raritan (3-4) at Colonia (3-5), 5:15pm

Wardlaw-Hartridge (2-2-1) at Gill St. Bernard's (1-5), 5:15pm

Bernards (1-5) at Delaware Valley (5-4), 5:30pm

Elizabeth (3-5) at Kent Place (2-6), 4pm

Union Catholic (7-4) at Westfield (7-0), 4pm

Roselle Park (0-7) at Dayton (9-1), 4pm

Scotch Plains-Fanwood (4-5) at Gov. Livingston (5-3), 4pm

Rahway (7-2) at Union (6-2), 4pm

Roselle (2-5) at Johnson (5-2), 4pm

Hillside (2-5) at Roselle Catholic (8-1), 4:30pm

New Providence (2-7) at Summit (6-2), 5:15pm

Springside-Chestnut Hill Academy (PA) (0-0) at Lawrenceville (3-2), TBA

Bard (0-1) at Technology (2-5), 4pm

Bound Brook (0-5-1) at St. Benedict's (5-3), 4pm

Great Oaks Charter (0-1) at Newark Lab (0-6), 4pm

Hoboken Charter (0-0) at College Achieve Central Charter (0-3), 4:30pm

Bernards (1-5) at Delaware Valley (5-4), 5:30pm

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Girls volleyball: Results, links and scoreboards for Saturday, Sept. 24

Saturday, Sep. 24Notre Dame 2, St. Benedict's 0 - Box ScoreBurlington City 2, Riverside 0 - Box ScoreFort Lee 2, North Bergen 0 - Box ScoreDwight-Morrow 2, Garfield 1 - ...

Saturday, Sep. 24

Notre Dame 2, St. Benedict's 0 - Box Score

Burlington City 2, Riverside 0 - Box Score

Fort Lee 2, North Bergen 0 - Box Score

Dwight-Morrow 2, Garfield 1 - Box Score

Westwood 2, New Milford 1 - Box Score

Indian Hills 2, Wayne Hills 1 - Box Score

Emerson Boro 2, Fort Lee 0 - Box Score

J.P. Stevens 2, New Brunswick 0 - Box Score

Paul VI 2, East Brunswick 0 - Box Score

Mother Seton 2, New Brunswick 0 - Box Score

J.P. Stevens 2, Mother Seton 1 - Box Score

Timothy Christian 2, South River 0 - Box Score

Fort Lee 2, North Bergen 0 - Box Score

Kearny 2, North Arlington 0 - Box Score

Columbia 2, BelovED Charter 0 - Box Score

Emerson Boro 2, North Bergen 0 - Box Score

Kinnelon 2, Dover 0 - Box Score

St. Mary (Ruth.) 2, Waldwick 0 - Box Score

Kearny 2, North Arlington 0 - Box Score

Dwight-Morrow 2, Garfield 1 - Box Score

Westwood 2, New Milford 1 - Box Score

Emerson Boro 2, North Bergen 0 - Box Score

Emerson Boro 2, Fort Lee 0 - Box Score

Paul VI 2, East Brunswick 0 - Box Score

West Essex 2, Nutley 0 - Box Score

Barringer 2, Science Park 0 - Box Score

Columbia 2, BelovED Charter 0 - Box Score

Montclair Immaculate 2, Arts 0 - Box Score

Technology 2, North Star Academy 1 - Box Score

Weequahic 2, Shabazz 0 - Box Score

Toms River South 2, Howell 1 - Box Score

Gov. Livingston 2, Delaware Valley 0 - Box Score

Dayton 2, Plainfield 0 - Box Score

Roselle Catholic 2, Central Jersey College Charter 0 - Box Score

Gov. Livingston 2, Delaware Valley 0 - Box Score

Roselle Catholic 2, Central Jersey College Charter 0 - Box Score

Notre Dame 2, St. Benedict's 0 - Box Score

Burlington City 2, Riverside 0 - Box Score

Choate Rosemary Hall (CT) 3, Lawrenceville 0 - Box Score

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Firefly Music Festival 2022: Where to buy last-minute tickets to see Green Day and Dua Lipa

It doesn’t matter what kind of music you’re into, 2022′s Firefly Festival has it.The ann...

It doesn’t matter what kind of music you’re into, 2022′s Firefly Festival has it.

The annual four-day Dover festival, taking place on Sept. 22-25, is bringing pop, punk, hip-hop, rock, emo and EDM to Dover Motor Speedway for what will surely be one of the biggest musical events of the season.

Sitting atop the bill are household names like punk heroes Green Day, emo mainstays My Chemical Romance, dance-y Dua Lipa, pop icon Halsey and ‘90s alt-rockers Weezer.

And we’re just getting started.

Jamie XX, Big Sean, Avril Lavigne, HAIM and Charli XCX will also take part in the awe-inspiring festivities.

Plus, many, many more.

Seriously, so many more.

Best of all, last-minute tickets are still available for purchase.

At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on four-day general admission passes was on StubHub for $180 before fees.

Slightly more expensive passes were spotted on Vivid Seats and TicketCity.

First-time Vivid Seats users can save $20 on ticket orders over $200 with promo code NJ20 at checkout.

All prices are subject to fluctuation so be sure to review all options before checking out.

Overall, more than 100 artists will take the stage at Firefly’s long weekend.

Girl Talk, Bleachers, Conan Gray, T-Pain and Cold War Kids are just a few more acts you won’t want to miss.

Other major festivals in 2022

Festival season is sprinting to the finish line with some of the biggest events of the year.

Here are just five of our absolute favorite, must-see festivals you won’t want to miss live in the next few months.

Ohana Music Festival

Sept. 30 through Oct. 2; Dana Point, California

Headliners include Stevie Nicks, Jack White, Eddie Vedder and P!nk. Buy tickets here

All Things Go Music Festival

Oct. 1; Columbia, Maryland

Headliners include Mitski, Lorde and Bleachers. Buy tickets here

Aftershock Music Festival

Oct. 6-9; Sacramento, California

Headliners include My Chemical Romance, Slipknot and Rob Zombie. Buy tickets here

Austin City Limits

Oct. 7-9 and 14-16; Austin, Texas

Headliners include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lil Nas X and P!nk. Buy tickets here

When We Were Young Music Festival

Oct. 22, 23 and 29; Las Vegas, Nevada

Headliners include My Chemical Romance, Paramore and Avril Lavigne. Buy tickets here

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Matt Levy covers the live entertainment industry, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].

Two More Grants Delivered to Morris County Small Businesses

Application Period Closes in One WeekTwo more $15,000 checks were delivered to small business owners in Morris County this week, as the Morris County Small Business Grant program prepared to wind down and close the application period one week from today.Morris County Commissioner Stephen Shaw presented the checks during visits yesterday to the popular Empire Diner on Route 46 in Parsippany Township and P.J.’s Plumbing Supplies,...

Application Period Closes in One Week

Two more $15,000 checks were delivered to small business owners in Morris County this week, as the Morris County Small Business Grant program prepared to wind down and close the application period one week from today.

Morris County Commissioner Stephen Shaw presented the checks during visits yesterday to the popular Empire Diner on Route 46 in Parsippany Township and P.J.’s Plumbing Supplies, a venerable heating and plumbing parts shop on West Clinton Street in Dover that assumed new ownership three years ago.

“We bought the business in 2019 – right before the pandemic – a hard year to start a new business. It was difficult, so we are very grateful for the grant. We are just starting to move forward with some new marketing,” said Holly Mastrian, who runs P.J.’s with her brother, John G. Hosking.

The family business is owned by their father, John F. Hosking. Empire Diner also is a family run business, owned by Bobby Shizas.

“We are very thankful for this. It is very helpful,” said Frank Shizas, his son, noting the restaurant industry was hard hit by the pandemic and establishments are still working to recover.

Parsippany Township Council Vice-President Loretta Gragnani joined Commissioner Shaw in presenting the grant to Frank Shizas at the diner yesterday.

Offering grants of up to $15,000 per entity, the Morris County Board of County Commissioners will have approved 723 applications by the time the program is closed for submissions on Friday, Sept. 30.

Program Closes Friday, Sept. 30, 2022

The Commissioners dedicated $10 million to the program, which opened on Valentine’s Day, and designed the grants to assist small businesses and nonprofits with pandemic related expenses incurred after March 3, 2021, including rent and mortgages payments. The Morris County Small Business Grant Program has been a unique use of federal funds issued to the county through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, which was designed to offer pandemic-related aid.

Federal guidelines covering the grant program will determine exactly which expenses qualify for coverage and which applications may be approved. The grants are capped at $15,000 per applicant. However, business owners and nonprofits have been encouraged to submit applications that include all costs they believe may qualify for the grant, even if the total amount of a single claim exceeds $15,000.

A final review may determine that some costs submitted for consideration are not covered under the program guidelines. However, by submitting all expenses that may qualify, applicants increase the possibility of getting the maximum amount of grant dollars possible.

Photos:

Top Right: Commissioner Shaw delivers a grant to Holly Mastrian and her brother, John G. Hosking, at P.J.'s Plumbing Supplies in Dover

Top Left: A grant is delivered by Commissioner Shaw, with Parsippany Councilwoman Gragnani, to Frank Shizas at the Empire Diner in Parsippany.

Center Right & Left: Business signage for P.J.'s Plumbing and Empire Diner.

Bottom: Holly Mastrian of P.J.'s shares a laugh with Commissioner Shaw.

Boys soccer: Results, links and featured coverage for Sept. 17-18

Saturday, Sept. 17TOP 20 SCOREBOARDSTATEWIDE SCOREBOARDSaturday, Sep. 17Riverside 2, Pemberton 0 - Box ScoreNew Egypt 8, STEMCivics 1 - Box ScoreDePaul 6, West Milford 3 - Box ScorePaterson Kennedy 5...

Saturday, Sept. 17

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

STATEWIDE SCOREBOARD

Saturday, Sep. 17

Riverside 2, Pemberton 0 - Box Score

New Egypt 8, STEMCivics 1 - Box Score

DePaul 6, West Milford 3 - Box Score

Paterson Kennedy 5, Paterson Eastside 0 - Box Score

Paramus Catholic 4, Teaneck 2 - Box Score

Don Bosco Prep 4, Fair Lawn 4 - Box Score

Mahwah 2, Ridgefield Park 1 - Box Score

Tenafly 5, Dwight-Englewood 2 - Box Score

River Dell 3, Pascack Hills 1 - Box Score

Indian Hills 2, Lakeland 0 - Box Score

Old Tappan 3, Bergen Catholic 2 - Box Score

Pascack Valley 2, Northern Highlands 0 - Box Score

Westwood 2, Emerson Boro 1 - Box Score

Ridgewood 2, Bergen Tech 1 - Box Score

Ramsey 4, St. Joseph (Mont.) 2 - Box Score

Clearview 1, St. Augustine 1 - Box Score

Hammonton 3, Atlantic Tech 3 - Box Score

Timber Creek 2, Mainland 1 - Box Score

West Windsor-Plainsboro South 1, Lawrence 0 - Box Score

Trenton 2, West Windsor-Plainsboro North 1 - Box Score

Robbinsville 3, Ewing 1 - Box Score

Notre Dame 4, Hopewell Valley 1 - Box Score

Allentown 3, Steinert 1 - Box Score

Princeton 4, Hamilton West 0 - Box Score

Edison 7, Sayreville 1 - Box Score

North Brunswick 1, Somerville 0 - Box Score

Woodbridge 2, J.P. Stevens 0 - Box Score

Colonia 2, Piscataway 0 - Box Score

Monroe 3, St. Joseph (Met.) 0 - Box Score

Elizabeth 6, Perth Amboy 2 - Box Score

Kearny 1, Roxbury 0 - Box Score

St. Peter's Prep 7, North Arlington 0 - Box Score

Kearny 1, Roxbury 0 - Box Score

High Point 2, Kittatinny 0 - Box Score

Hackettstown 4, Newton 2 - Box Score

Madison 2, Parsippany Hills 0 - Box Score

Hanover Park 3, Pompton Lakes 2 - Box Score

Whippany Park 7, Morristown-Beard 1 - Box Score

Jefferson 5, Wallkill Valley 1 - Box Score

Pequannock 0, Mountain Lakes 0 - Box Score

Parsippany 3, Kinnelon 1 - Box Score

Morris Knolls 9, Morris Catholic 0 - Box Score

Union 2, Dover 1 - Box Score

Mendham 2, Chatham 0 - Box Score

St. Peter's Prep 7, North Arlington 0 - Box Score

Hanover Park 3, Pompton Lakes 2 - Box Score

Tenafly 5, Dwight-Englewood 2 - Box Score

Hawthorne Christian 7, Saddle River Day 0 - Box Score

Westwood 2, Emerson Boro 1 - Box Score

Cherokee 4, Delsea 0 - Box Score

Cherry Hill West 2, Williamstown 0 - Box Score

Shawnee 4, Cherry Hill East 1 - Box Score

Bridgewater-Raritan 2, Lenape 0 - Box Score

Barringer 2, Technology 1 - Box Score

Newark Academy 4, Irvington 0 - Box Score

Montclair Kimberley 3, Verona 1 - Box Score

West Orange 4, West Essex 0 - Box Score

Glen Ridge 2, Cedar Grove 0 - Box Score

Livingston 2, Columbia 0 - Box Score

Bloomfield 2, Caldwell 0 - Box Score

Newark East Side 1, Millburn 0 - Box Score

Belleville 3, Orange 0 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Boro 4, Rumson-Fair Haven 1 - Box Score

Brick Township 2, Shore 1 - Box Score

Southern 3, Middletown South 2 - Box Score

Westfield 1, Long Branch 0 - Box Score

North Brunswick 1, Somerville 0 - Box Score

Delaware Valley 4, South Hunterdon 0 - Box Score

Hunterdon Central 6, Hillsborough 0 - Box Score

Pingry 3, Franklin 2 - Box Score

North Hunterdon 3, Montgomery 2 - Box Score

Bridgewater-Raritan 2, Lenape 0 - Box Score

Peddie 2, Rutgers Prep 1 - Box Score

Bernards 12, Thomas Edison Energy Charter 0 - Box Score

Voorhees 6, Warren Hills 1 - Box Score

Clearview 1, St. Augustine 1 - Box Score

Cherokee 4, Delsea 0 - Box Score

Cherry Hill West 2, Williamstown 0 - Box Score

Timber Creek 2, Mainland 1 - Box Score

Union 2, Dover 1 - Box Score

Westfield 1, Long Branch 0 - Box Score

Elizabeth 6, Perth Amboy 2 - Box Score

Peddie 2, Rutgers Prep 1 - Box Score

Bernards 12, Thomas Edison Energy Charter 0 - Box Score

SUNDAY, SEPT. 18

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

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