Category: Business

Fair View Cemetery Seeks to Build A Crematorium

By Jay Cook |  MIDDLETOWN – One of the largest non-sectarian cemeteries in the state is looking to expand into the cremation business. Fair View Cemetery, located on a nearly...

April 19, 2017 | comments

Farmland Microbrewery Proposal On Tap For 100-Acre Tract

By Jay Cook | COLTS NECK – A young couple hopes their family’s pre-Revolutionary War farm will be the future site of the second farmland microbrewery in the state, but...

April 18, 2017 | comments

Just Three Chicks Want to Start Something New

  By Gena Ansell-Lande RUMSON – With Easter just around the corner, three friends are hoping to inspire families to start a new holiday tradition. Last year Rumson residents Jennifer Diehl,...

April 8, 2017 | comments

Hot Sauce, Reclaimed Wood and Beach Glass

Made in Monmouth Expo Is Saturday | By Jay Cook | Over 250 different businesses and hundreds of shoppers will show their wares at OceanFirst Bank Center at Monmouth University on...

April 7, 2017 | comments

Little Silver Tennis Ups Its Game

By John Burton LITTLE SILVER — Tennis pro Tom Cuming is a happy man. He continues to wear sneakers to work and do what he’s done much of his life...

March 12, 2017 | comments

Saker to Lead Statewide Food Industry Trade Association

Middletown’s Richard Saker will lead the New Jersey Food Council, a trade group association which represents 1,200 retail food stores, wholesalers, manufacturing and service companies. Saker, who is chairman, president...

March 6, 2017 | comments

First Commercial Liquor License Granted in Little Silver

By John Burton | LITTLE SILVER — “The town said we want it, so here it comes,” said Mayor Robert C. Neff Jr., about the Borough Council’s action to accept a...

February 13, 2017 | comments

Middletown Brainstorms Ways To Buff Up Route 36

By Jay Cook| MIDDLETOWN – Barren lots and bulky concrete structures mar sections of Route 36. “For 39 years I’ve been here,” said Howard Moore, an Ideal Beach section resident,...

February 8, 2017 | comments

Sensing A Shift In Red Bank Retail, Shoe Store Calls It Quits

By John Burton | RED BANK – With a continuing changing marketplace, Dean Ross has decided to get out of the shoe business. After 17 years in business – first in...

February 8, 2017 | comments

Shrewsbury ShopRite Gets Green Light

By Christina Johnson | SHREWSBURY – Attention shoppers: A big, brand news ShopRite supermarket is coming to Shrewsbury Avenue. The borough’s Zoning Board of Adjustment gave the go-ahead to landowner...

February 6, 2017 | comments

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