Category: News

Digging Up History on Sandy Hook

  By Allison Perrine SANDY HOOK – With the noonday sun beating down on them, a group of students from Monmouth University (MU) scraped the earth at the foot of...

June 30, 2016 | comments

Rally For a Cleaner Navesink

  By Joseph Sapia The state Department of Environmental Protection has begun what it calls a “comprehensive study looking at ways to address diminishing water quality” in the Navesink River....

June 30, 2016 | comments

Natural Gas Pipeline Proposed for Raritan Bay

  By Joseph Sapia The Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Company is proposing a $1 billion expansion of its natural gas distribution system between southeastern Pennsylvania and New York City, including laying...

June 30, 2016 | comments

From Assemblies to Chromebooks, Parent Volunteers Help Schools Fill In the Gaps

By Amy Byrnes What do you get at the end of the school year when you add up all those book fairs, Box Tops and ladies’ nights out that countless...

June 27, 2016 | comments

Marina Rebuilt To Be Stronger Than The Storms

By Joseph Sapia HIGHLANDS – During 2012’s Super Storm Sandy, James Bollerman’s 33-foot express cruiser was destroyed. Its name was “Overboard.” Bollerman, too, could have gone overboard – figuratively speaking....

June 27, 2016 | comments