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AH Reorganization Brings Major Surprise

By Muriel J. Smith ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno swore in Councilmen Jack Archibald and Peter Doyle to three-year terms on the governing body, but left...

January 10, 2015 | comments

Legislators React to Sandy Hook Rate Increase

By John Burton   SANDY HOOK – The National Park Service’s rate increase proposal is not sitting well with local state and federal lawmakers. The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking...

January 10, 2015 | comments

JCP&L Faulty Wire Causes Red Bank Power Outage

  By John Burton RED BANK – Amy Hanbury, general manager of DoubleTake consignment boutique, talking about the loud bangs, smoke and flames on Broad Street that resulted in the...

January 10, 2015 | comments

1/8 Friends and Family Bid Farewell to Judge Peter Locascio

By Muriel J. Smith ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS- Hundreds of friends, relatives, and just plain folks visited Posten’s Funeral Home Sunday to pay final respects to the late Judge Peter A. Locascio,...

January 8, 2015 | comments

1/8 Hearing on LNG Proposal Could Make a Difference

By John Burton A JAN. 8 public hearing could make a vital difference in the environmentalists’ battle over a proposed liquefied natural facility off the Jersey Shore. “We are putting...

January 8, 2015 | comments

1/8 County Clerk Set To Retire After 18 Years

By Caitlin Brown FREEHOLD- Monmouth County has started 2015 with a loss to its operations with the announcement of M. Claire French’s resignation this spring after 18 years as County...

January 8, 2015 | comments

There’s No SUB-stitute for Generosity

By Muriel J. Smith If there’s any secret to Peter Cancro’s success, it’s that he works hard, has enthusiasm, drive, ambition, …and a strong belief in giving back to the...

January 2, 2015 | comments

Cubans Divided on Impact of Embargo

By John Burton Since President Barack Obama announced his intentions to normalize relations with Cold War standard-bearer Cuba, conversations have been raging in various corners—political and cultural. And probably the most...

January 2, 2015 | comments

Small Steps To Eliminate Hunger In Our Schools

  By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – For the community at large, hunger can be silent, unseen, but still very much a part of the community. But it is very much...

January 2, 2015 | comments

Outlaw Pete, a Rock Ballad Turned Children’s Book by Cartoonist

  By Carl Calendar When Frank Caruso’s parents sent him to Father Weber to talk him out of a career in cartooning, the result was Frank’s drawings appearing in the...

January 2, 2015 | comments

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