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Rumson Pond To Become an Outdoor Classroom

By Jenna Moldaver | RUMSON – The Rumson Board of Education has partnered with the borough to transform the existing pond on the Deane-Porter and Forrestdale schools property into an...

July 5, 2018 | comments

Sandy Hook Lighthouse Reopens, Beaming

By Chris Rotolo | SANDY HOOK –After nine months of renovations, the Sandy Hook Lighthouse reopened to the public June 24 for an afternoon’s worth of tales about its place in...

July 3, 2018 | comments

Dancing In The Dairy Aisle

By Chris Rotolo | FAIR HAVEN – We need more fun in our lives. The daily routine can be a chaotic tug-of-war between work and personal responsibilities, with compounded anxiety from...

July 3, 2018 | comments

Middletown Mayor Resigns From Township Post

By Jay Cook | MIDDLETOWN – Three-term Mayor Stephanie Murray announced her resignation from Middletown’s governing body Friday due to “increased career responsibilities” in her professional career. That means Deputy...

July 2, 2018 | comments

Photo Gallery: Skim Bash Makes a Splash

By Lily Marten | SEA BRIGHT – The annual action-packed Sea Bright Skim Bash took place June 23 and 24 in the borough. Skimboarders ranging from beginners to professionals came...

July 2, 2018 | comments

Photo Gallery: Little Silver Day Shines On

Photos by Lynn Ward | Story by Peri Rohl | After two years, Little Silver Day returned to town. Although threatening skies forced organizers to move the event to Sunday,...

July 1, 2018 | comments

Novelty Fireworks Pop Up in Stores

By Meredith Sheftel | With Independence Day approaching, some revelers will be looking to celebrate with a bang. This year, they can buy certain fireworks legally in New Jersey shops for...

July 1, 2018 | comments

Surging Opposition Defeats Contentious $111M Power Line Project

By Jay Cook |  TRENTON – After two years and a $500,000 legal fight, determined residents in five Monmouth County towns celebrated Friday with tears and hugs after state regulators...

June 29, 2018 | comments

The Secret Is Out On Storied Sea Bright Squash Club

By Chris Rotolo | SEA BRIGHT – As a kid you were taught to avoid dark alleyways, but since 1923 local squash players have ventured down one particularly shady corridor...

June 28, 2018 | comments

Bridge Renaming, 911 Service Fees, Be Sure to Move Over

By Jay Cook | Bridge To Be Dedicated to Longtime Senator After representing Monmouth County residents in Trenton for 30 years, Sen. Joseph M. Kyrillos Jr. will have a bridge in...

June 26, 2018 | comments

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