Category: News

Belford’s Seafood Co-op Dealt Setback from Fire

By Jay Cook The exhaust of a docked fishing boat’s engine, coupled with a steady chilled breeze of salty air from the Raritan Bay, creates a familiar scent for the...

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Holmdel Cop Steps Off The Beat To Help His Brothers

Three-Day Trek To Raise PTSD Awareness By John Burton HOLMDEL – It was a long, tough weekend for Mike Dowens but worth every step of the journey. “I figure if I...

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Critics Voice Concerns About JCP&L’s Proposed Transmission Line    

By John Burton and Joseph Sapia As the Jersey Central Power and Light Company held information sessions on its proposal to build a high-voltage transmission line between Aberdeen and Red...

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Long Branch Library Starts Delivery For Homebound 

By Liz Sheehan  LONG BRANCH – As the Long Branch Free Public Library celebrates its 100th year, it has added a new service: doorstop delivery of books and other library...

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Tilt-Up Concrete Pavilion To Come Down

By Joseph Sapia HIGHLANDS – Mayor Frank L. Nolan and the Borough Council are awaiting paper work from bidders before awarding a contract to demolish and remove the controversial Super...

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