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Little Silver Day To Return in 2018

  By Christina Johnson Little Silver – In this small borough of 6,000 residents, organizations like the Educational Foundation, the fire companies and the PTOs compete for sponsors in their...

January 20, 2017 | comments

Red Bank Fire Department Reorganizes

By John Burton RED BANK – In the closing days of 2016 the borough’s volunteer fire department under went its largest reorganization in the department’s more than 140-year history. Christopher...

January 18, 2017 | comments

Red Bank Cops Start New Year With Fitness Goals

By John Burton RED BANK – “Our job goes from zero to 60 all the time,” said Red Bank Police Patrolman Jorge Torres about his work and the need for...

January 17, 2017 | comments

Local Businesses Write Checks To Back Up RAGE

By Jay Cook As costs mount, a citizens group passionately opposed to a controversial power line project proposed for eastern Monmouth County is supplementing its war chest with support from...

January 17, 2017 | comments

Burry Takes Helm As Freeholder Director in 2017

FREEHOLD – The new freeholder director of Monmouth County is Lillian Burry, and the freeholder deputy director is John P. Curley. The longtime freeholders were sworn in at the 2017...

January 17, 2017 | comments

Race Is On For Legislative Seats

By John Burton It seems as if the dust had barely settled on last November’s election and its results when candidates began announcing their hopes to run for some legislative races...

January 16, 2017 | comments

Springsteen Archives Headed to Monmouth University

­­­­­­   By Mary Ann Bourbeau WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University will now be the official archival repository for Bruce Springsteen’s written works, photographs, periodicals and artifacts. The creation...

January 16, 2017 | comments

Parker Family Health Center Continues Mission

RED BANK – With a change in the ranking member of its staff, the work of Parker Family Health Center and the community’s need continue. The health center, which has...

January 13, 2017 | comments

Keeping the Lights On and the Fires Out in Monmouth Beach

By Jim McConville MONMOUTH BEACH _ There are two lights on either side of Bill Marsh’s driveway that are unlike any others on the street. They may not be illuminated...

January 11, 2017 | comments

Democrats Take Control of Red Bank Council

Story and photo by John Burton RED BANK – With the changing winds of political fortunes come the changes in the makeup of political appointments, as was the case for...

January 11, 2017 | comments

Holmdel’s New Mayor Is Greg Buontempo

Story and photo by Joseph Sapia HOLMDEL – In what came as a surprise to some Tuesday night, the governing body unanimously elected a new leader from among its committee members...

January 11, 2017 | comments

Leonardo’s Overlooked State Marina Gets a Relaunch

Story and photos by Jay Cook LEONARDO – Four years into the post-Super Storm Sandy era, a wave of redevelopment is finally washing onto the shores of an overlooked state-run...

January 10, 2017 | comments

Gopal Challenges Beck for Senate Seat

By John Burton Two days into the new year and political attention is turning toward the coming political races, with county Democratic chair Vin Gopal announcing his intention to take on...

January 10, 2017 | comments

Shorehenge Demolished

By Joseph Sapia HIGHLANDS – In a few days, the controversial Super Storm Sandy memorial that suddenly appeared on a Sandy Hook Bay beachfront will only be a memory. Work...

January 9, 2017 | comments

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