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Trust Building Between NAACP and Police

[singlepic id=1021 w= h= float=none] LONG BRANCH – Relationships between police and some communities are strained and frayed in parts of America. But Monmouth County hasn’t had many problems but...

March 19, 2015 | comments

FEMA Oks $5.75M to Repair Lighthouse, Middletown Bridge

[singlepic id=1012 w= h= float=none] The federal government has approved $5.75 million in funding to repair serious Superstorm Sandy damage to the Bray Avenue Bridge in Middletown and the Romer...

March 16, 2015 | comments

VIDEO: Middletown Teachers Remake Taylor Swift Song

For Read Across America Day, Middletown Township’s Ocean Avenue Elementary teachers had some fun with Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off” song, dubbing the lyrics and singing about the joys of...

March 16, 2015 | comments

Monmouth County's 1,115 Volunteers Honored

[singlepic id=1010 w= h= float=none] The Monmouth County Park System recently recognized its valued volunteers at the Hominy Hill Golf Course in Colts Neck. The Park’s 1,115 volunteers gave 27,657 hours assisting...

March 16, 2015 | comments

Middletown South Captures First State Girls Basketball Championship

TOMS RIVER – The Middletown South girls basketball team almost blew a big lead in Sunday’s NJSIAA Group III championship game against Old Tappan at Pine Belt Arena, but the...

March 16, 2015 | comments

St. John Vianney Wins Final With Stunning Comeback

TOMS RIVER -St. John Vianney has won 16 NJSIAA Non-Public A girls basketball championships since it first became a state power in the early 1990s, but none could match Saturday’s...

March 15, 2015 | comments

Fire Severely Burns Middletown House Thursday

About 75 firefighters from across Middletown Township rushed to help extinguish a house fire in a neighborhood off King’s Highway Thursday afternoon. Fortunately three occupants evacuated the house safely and...

March 12, 2015 | comments

Mater Dei Boosters Confident

NEW MONMOUTH – With well more than half its goal of $1 million raised to keep Mater Dei Prep open for another year, and another month left to attain the...

March 12, 2015 | comments

Greater Red Bank Safety Examined

RED BANK – Red Bank’s bustling sidewalks and streets are the result of a vibrant cultural and business community and part of a major state highway but there’s a serious...

March 12, 2015 | comments

Crossroads: Results of First Editorial Meeting About Pedestrian Safety in the Gr...

    IN PROGRESS: Mayor Pasquale Menna is asking the Borough Council approve a resolution that would allow the county engineer to study the traffic light at West Front Street and...

March 12, 2015 | comments

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