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No Quick Approval for Shrewsbury QuickChek

By John Burton SHREWSBURY – It was a night of legal sparring for the borough Zoning Board of Adjustment as well as for its attorney as lawyers for the proposed QuickChek...

April 15, 2016 | comments

Nonpublic Schools Brace for Cuts in State Funding

Proposed Spending Plan Includes Decrease In Security, Nursing Services And Technology By John Burton Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed 2017 state budget seemed to have something for everyone to dislike. And...

April 14, 2016 | comments

Park System Adjusts Claypit Creek Plans

Story and Photos by Joseph Sapia MIDDLETOWN – While the Monmouth County Park System has toned down some of its proposed changes at the Claypit Creek section of Hartshorne Woods...

April 14, 2016 | comments

Sea Bright Mayor On Staying The Course Through Super Storm Sandy

Dina Long among other Two River area speakers at TEDxNavesink By Joseph Sapia Ten months into becoming mayor of Sea Bright, Dina Long had to confront the reality of Super...

April 14, 2016 | comments

Over 18 With Autism: The Next Step

April is Autism Awareness Month By Shannon Connelly. Photos by Art Petrosemolo MIDDLETOWN – Raising a child who who has autism poses challenges for parents, but what happens when the children...

April 10, 2016 | comments

CBA Chess Wins High School Chess National Title

LINCROFT– The Christian Brothers Academy Chess Team won their first-ever national title at the National High School Chess Championships, held April 1-3 in Atlanta, Georgia. CBA’s championship team of Daniel...

April 10, 2016 | comments

Highlands Seeks Designs For New Borough Hall

By Joseph Sapia HIGHLANDS – The borough is seeking architectural bids for the design of a 15,000-square-foot Borough Hall to replace the old one severely damaged by flooding in 2012’s...

April 8, 2016 | comments

Sickles to Open Second Location in Red Bank

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez RED BANK – Sickles Market, the 100-plus year old farm market will open a second location on the West side of Red Bank in late 2017. The...

April 7, 2016 | comments

Pop Singer Charlie Puth of Rumson Returns To Count Basie

  By Mary Ann Bourbeau RED BANK – After scoring two platinum singles, two American Music Awards, an MTV Music Award, a Golden Globe nomination and three Grammy nominations, Rumson’s...

April 7, 2016 | comments

Stewarts’ Farm Sanctuary Proposal Takes Seed

By Joseph Sapia COLTS NECK – Entertainer Jon Stewart and his wife, Tracey, have moved closer to turning the historic Hockhockson Farm on Route 537 into an agricultural sanctuary-education center....

April 7, 2016 | comments

Spurned GOP Councilwoman Will Run As Independent

By John Burton RED BANK – It’s shaping up to be a five-way race for the two available Borough Council seats, as a spurned Republican seeks re-election as an Independent....

April 7, 2016 | comments

Shining A Light On Bike Safety: Helmets and Lights Offered to Riders

  By John Burton RED BANK – Local business owner Dean Ross continues to “Shine a Light” on cyclist safety for the community. On Monday, Ross joined other members of Monmouth...

April 7, 2016 | comments

New Jersey Hall of Fame Highlights Best in State

  By Mary Ann Bourbeau ASBURY PARK – Comedian Joe Piscopo will host the New Jersey Hall of Fame’s 8th Annual Red Carpet Induction Ceremony on April 7 in Convention...

April 5, 2016 | comments

Red Bank Republican Burnham Says She’ll Run As An Independent

By John Burton RED BANK – Council President Cindy Burnham will be seeking re-election on the governing body in November – but not as a Republican. “After pondering it,” and suffering...

April 4, 2016 | comments

Jon Stewart Eyes Colts Neck for Animal Sanctuary

Story and Photos by Joseph Sapia COLTS NECK – Entertainer Jon Stewart and his wife are looking to turn the historic Hockhockson Farm on Route 537 into a working farm...

March 31, 2016 | comments

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