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Sea Bright and Monmouth Beach Get $28M for Seawall

By Muriel J. Smith SEA BRIGHT – The borough and Monmouth Beach have received a grant totaling more than $28 million representing reimbursement of 90 percent of the total cost of...

November 25, 2015 | comments

Middletown Promotes Three Police Officers

MIDDLETOWN – The Middletown Township Police Department has promoted one officer to the rank of Lieutenant and two officers to the rank of sergeant. Interim Lieutenant Sean P. Sweeney has...

November 25, 2015 | comments

Homeless Shelter Returns To Oceanport

Serves Those In Immediate Need By Muriel J. Smith OCEANPORT – The temporary homeless shelter for ten men and ten women will re-open in Building 901, adjacent to where the...

November 25, 2015 | comments

RFH Upholds Controversial Books As Required, Not Optional, Reading

By Muriel J. Smith RUMSON – After hearing 40 minutes of reports from the education, policy and ad hoc committees on book selections for juniors and seniors, the Rumson-Fair Haven...

November 25, 2015 | comments

LNG Withdraws But May Return With New Proposal

By John Burton It appears the company behind the liquid natural gas terminal off the New York/ New Jersey coast is stepping back – at least for now – but...

November 25, 2015 | comments

Volunteer of the Year Is Champion for Children

  By Muriel J. Smith RED BANK – Susan Barker Smith was named Volunteer of the Year in the Junior League of Monmouth County’s annual Women Making a Difference award...

November 21, 2015 | comments

Wiccans May Be Witches, But They Are Anything But Evil

By John Burton RED BANK – It’s the season of the harvest and of Halloween just past, and a continuing celebration of all things scary, including goblins and ghouls and...

November 21, 2015 | comments

Shrewsbury Celebrates Its History

SHREWSBURY – In celebration of the 350th anniversary of New Jersey and the upcoming 70th anniversary of the borough, the Shrewsbury Historical Society announced the publication of “The Story of...

November 20, 2015 | comments

Stalking Penalties Just Got Tougher

By Danielle Schipani A bill that increases second offense penalties for stalkers sponsored by Deputy Republican Conference Leader Mary Pat Angelini as well as Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz has been signed into...

November 20, 2015 | comments

Second Commercial-Residential Project Approved

New Trend of Mixed Use Very Popular By Muriel J. Smith ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The Planning Board last week unanimously approved a variance for Kalian Company, for property at 60-68...

November 20, 2015 | comments

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