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Teachers With Interesting Summer Jobs

By Emma Wulfhorst STUDENTS DREAM OF summer vacation – the end of early mornings, tedious classes and homework – and they know exactly what they will be doing for the...

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Henry Hudson Trail Segment Contractor Announced

By Joseph Sapia AN OCEAN COUNTY company has won a contract to restore an Atlantic Highlands section of the Henry Hudson Trail destroyed in 2012’s Super Storm Sandy. The Monmouth...

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Lawsuit Claims Borough Worker Wrongfully Fired

By John Burton RED BANK – A former borough Public Works Utility employee who has been unsuccessful in getting borough officials to reverse his termination, has taken what he said...

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A Wind Energy Area Off The Jersey Shore Coast?

By Joseph Sapia A comment period on the sale of leasing rights for a 127-square-mile wedge of the Atlantic Ocean east of Sandy Hook for windmill-generated electricity ends in early August....

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County To Reopen Route 537 Through Fort Monmouth

By Laura D.C. Kolnoski FORT MONMOUTH – While plans are now in the works to reopen the portion of County Route 537 through Fort Monmouth known as the Avenue of...

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Two Luxury Cars Stolen In One Night

RUMSON – Police are investigating reports of two vehicles stolen on the night of Wednesday, July 20. The unlocked cars were stolen out of the driveways of homes on Avenue...

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Fall Could Bring Improvements To Claypit Creek

Story and photos by Joseph Sapia MIDDLETOWN – With state CAFRA permits in place, the Monmouth County Park System’s plans to make improvements at the Claypit Creek section of Hartshorne...

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The Search for Highlands World War II KIA

Story and photos by Rick Geffken It’s easy to miss the small white stone nestled between the flagpoles at Veterans Memorial Park in Highlands. The hill rising near the Shrewsbury River...

August 1, 2016 | comments

Plan Advances To Save T. Thomas Fortune House

By John Burton RED BANK – The historic Thomas Fortune house will be spared the wrecking ball and preserved for posterity. But there is catch: the house will have to...

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Sea Bright Voters To Consider Bond Referendum

Story and photo by Liz Sheehan SEA BRIGHT – The plans drawn up after years of working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to finance the two buildings that will...

August 1, 2016 | comments

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