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Lessons Learned from Pearl Harbor as told to MAST Students by WWII Sailor

          Story and Photo by Muriel J. Smith   SANDY HOOK – Charles Wiley, a sailor who served aboard ships in the Pacific arena during World...

December 13, 2014 | comments

Celebrating Miracles at Christmas

      By Muriel J. Smith Vic and Courtney Rossomanno and their three children will be celebrating their own little miracle this Christmas. And they know that miracle came...

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Lincroft Man Found Guilty of Wife’s Murder, to be Sentenced Jan. 29

  By Muriel Smith FREEHOLD –  A jury of four men and eight women found 47-year old Patrick F. Allen guilty of first degree murder in the frying pan slaying...

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Two River Champions: Red Bank Catholic, Rumson-Fair Haven and Shore Regional

    The champion Red Bank Catholic Caseys football team celebrate a win of the NSIAA Football Finals Sunday night, the first team to do so since 1976. But they...

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Ten Fire Departments respond to Sea Bright Blaze

    By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – A strong but contained fire on Ocean Avenue Sunday evening into Monday morning left 10 residents displaced, destroying their apartments. The local...

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Sen. Beck Keeping Watch on the Economy

    By Jody Calendar   EATONTOWN – Monmouth County’s economy is recovering at a faster pace than the state average and Fort Monmouth is considered the best recovery from...

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Brookdale Community College Cuts Could be Delayed

  By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – There can be a way to mitigate some of the proposed extensive cuts and layoffs at Brookdale Community College, said Freeholder John P. Curley,...

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Nor’easter Hits Shore Area in All the Usual Places

    Story by John Burton – Photos by Tina Colella   Flooding from Tuesday’s nor’easter that hit all the shore communities in Monmouth County was what those who live...

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NAACP and Law Enforcement Look to Peaceful Summit

    Hope is to resolve any problems in community policing of diverse communities.   By John Burton Local chapters of the NAACP have opted to not have public displays...

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12/5 – Middletown Township resident Pat Scire’s start-up company, Zi...

  By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – Township resident Pat Scire has his fingers crossed and is waiting excitedly to find out what the “Sharks” make of his young start-up company, as...

December 5, 2014 | comments

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