Culinary Veterans Open New Dining Spot in Colts Neck

By Laura D.C. Kolnoski | COLTS NECK – Three trained, experienced chefs have partnered in the newest addition to the local culinary scene – Union Jacques in the Colts Towne...

February 24, 2018 | comments

Engagement Party Basics: From The Party to The Photos

By Cassie Galasetti | Congratulations, you’re engaged! Now what? Many brides and grooms-to-be start off with an engagement party. Among the many memorable stops along the road to the wedding,...

February 24, 2018 | comments

After ‘I Do’ Comes a Lifetime Together

By Muriel J. Smith | Some met in high school, college or as young adults. Some knew from the instant they laid eyes on each other; others become fast friends...

February 24, 2018 | comments

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ Returns to the Roost – 42 Years Later

By Mary Ann Bourbeau | SPRING LAKE – The Spring Lake Theatre Company has come full circle, putting on a production of the musical “Bye Bye Birdie,” which was the...

February 22, 2018 | comments

Debbie Mans Named DEP Deputy Commissioner

  By Jay Cook | TRENTON – A longtime environmentalist who worked to improve the health of local waterways is leaving the Two River area for Trenton. Debbie Mans, the...

February 21, 2018 | comments

Rock Review: In Dad’s Footsteps

By Chris Spiewak | There are few bonds stronger than that between fathers and daughters. Dads are programmed to look after their little girls, and they often strive to teach...

February 20, 2018 | comments

Speeders Beware. Little Silver Is Cracking Down

By Chris Rotolo | LITTLE SILVER – More strenuous traffic ticketing is set to take hold in Little Silver. In the February Mayor’s Message by Mayor Bob Neff, posted on...

February 20, 2018 | comments

Highlands Hopes for Henry Hudson Trail Expansion

By Jay Cook | HIGHLANDS – Last year, borough residents observed construction crews passing through town to access the storm-battered Atlantic Highlands segment of the Henry Hudson trail to execute...

February 19, 2018 | comments

Red Bank Plans To Sue For Marine Park Vandalism

  By Jay Cook RED BANK – The borough has had enough with vandalism. Local police apprehended two juveniles last week who allegedly destroyed an estimated $20,000 worth of Marine...

February 19, 2018 | comments

Giving Back To The River: Volunteers Test Water Quality

By Jay Cook | RED BANK – The weather isn’t nice enough yet for a cruise on the Navesink, but some Two River residents have been spending quality time alongside...

February 19, 2018 | comments

Freehold Newspaper From 1888 Is Now Digitized, Searchable

  By Rick Geffken | FREEHOLD – Ron Bennett of Jackson has traced his family back to the earliest days of Monmouth County when many of his ancestors lived in...

February 18, 2018 | comments

Arts for All: Guild Seeks To Engage Special Needs Community

By Chris Rotolo | SHREWSBURY – Can we do more to impact the community in a positive way? This is the question David Levy posed when he accepted the role...

February 17, 2018 | comments

Library of the Future Celebrates Its 50th Year

By Muriel J. Smith | SHREWSBURY – The very active Friends of the Monmouth County Library are busy planning a month-long series of programs and activities in October to celebrate...

February 17, 2018 | comments

Pluto Lovers Will Want To Hear This NASA Scientist

By Michaela Boneva | NASA’s New Horizons Mission Operations Manager (MOM), Alice Bowman, has led her team of about 40 scientists in piloting the spacecraft that made the historic Pluto flyby...

February 16, 2018 | comments

Shrewsbury’s Colorful Citizen, ‘Banana George’

By Rick Geffken | SHREWSBURY – George A. Blair was by far one of the most colorful characters who ever lived in Shrewsbury. “God gave me the gravitational pull toward...

February 16, 2018 | comments

Five Places To Burn Calories in Shrewsbury

By Michaela Boneva | Walk ‘Til You Shop Not your usual walk through the woods, The Grove at Shrewsbury has a Fitness Trail that loops around their various shops and...

February 16, 2018 | comments

Meet Shrewsbury’s New Police Chief, Robert Turner

By John Sorce | SHREWSBURY – On Tuesday, Jan. 16, Robert Turner was sworn in as Shrewsbury’s newest police chief at the town’s council meeting. “It was definitely an emotional...

February 16, 2018 | comments

The Shrewsbury Senior Homesteaders

The Shrewsbury Senior Homesteaders, shown here at a Forever Young celebration at Shrewsbury Borough School last year, have events to look forward to all year. On March 8 they will...

February 15, 2018 | comments

Lunch Break To Open New Life Skills Center In Shrewsbury

By Jay Cook | SHREWSBURY – Lunch Break has been serving hot meals and providing services to Red Bank’s underprivileged for over three decades. But for their anniversary this year,...

February 15, 2018 | comments

New Chelsea Senior Facility Rising On Corner Lot

By Jay Cook | SHREWSBURY – As construction crews piece together the foundation, the newest senior living facility in Shrewsbury looks like it will be open for business by the...

February 15, 2018 | comments

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