Current Launches Student Accounts

A New Solution To Digitize Allowances, Teach Financial Literacy and Provide Parents With More Control on How Children Spend Their Money  Visa debit card and app help parents automate allowances,...

May 9, 2017 | comments

Meridian Revives Plans For Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing Facilities

By Jay Cook | HOLMDEL – The largest health care system in Monmouth County is reviving nearly 20-year-old plans for two new facilities on currently vacant land on Route 35....

May 9, 2017 | comments

Blue Hawk, Monmouth U’s Record Label, Releases 10th EP

By Ryan Gallagher | Photos by Rachel Disipio WEST LONG BRANCH – Blue Hawk Records is a record label created by Monmouth University faculty and students for the musically inclined at...

May 8, 2017 | comments

Rumson Letter Carrier Says Goodbye To Route, Hello To Retirement

By Jay Cook RUMSON – John Fossetta has been delivering the mail along the winding roads of Rumson and Locust for 30 years. To the people he greets on his...

May 8, 2017 | comments

Wegmans Signs On To Village 35 Project

By Jay Cook MIDDLETOWN – If the contentious Village 35 project is ultimately approved, one of the region’s largest grocers – Wegmans Food Market – will definitely have a home...

May 7, 2017 | comments

NJ Hall of Fame Celebrates New Members

      By Mary Ann Bourbeau   ASBURY PARK – Fifteen people will be inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame at its May 7 ceremony at Convention...

May 6, 2017 | comments

This New Business Is Just Her Cup of Tea

By John Burton | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – While Kathleen Edinger will offer a variety of her customized blended teas, a visit to her TeaScapes tearoom won’t be just about the...

May 6, 2017 | comments

Tacos. Can’t Stop. Won’t Stop.

By Sasha and Tori Sickles | There is something special about a meal you can hold in your hand. Tacos are one of the original fast foods: versatile, affordable, and completely...

May 5, 2017 | comments

Oceanport Says No To Backyard Chickens

By Jenna O’Donnell | OCEANPORT – After hearing arguments for and against backyard chickens, officials decided against an amendment to existing rules that would have allowed residents to have them....

May 4, 2017 | comments

Plan Advances to Address Blighted Area

By Liz Sheehan  | SEA BRIGHT – In a unanimous vote at its April 25 meeting, the borough’s Unified Planning Board took the first step in designating 14 properties in...

May 4, 2017 | comments

Restaurant Review: Giorgia

You most certainly “can’t judge a book…..” Who would expect a small, 40-seat restaurant, located in a former warehouse, which is also occupied by a gymnastics center for kids, to...

May 3, 2017 | comments

Plans Advance to Replace Howard Commons With New Housing, Retail

By Laura D.C. Kolnoski | FORT MONMOUTH – A long-vacant “eyesore” along Pinebrook Road in Eatontown is the latest Fort Monmouth parcel set to embark on a new life. The...

May 3, 2017 | comments

New Retail Center Proposed For Traffic Island

By Jay Cook | MIDDLETOWN – A former gardening center on a Route 35 island is being eyed by a developer as a future shopping destination. The property, located at...

May 1, 2017 | comments

Fair Haven Cleanup Dedicated To The Fallen

By John Burton | FAIR HAVEN – It may have meant giving up some free time or a little sleep Sunday morning, but for a group of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High...

May 1, 2017 | comments

Builder Sues For High-Density Rentals at Holy Family School Site

By John Burton | HAZLET – A “builder’s remedy” lawsuit involving the former Holy Family School property and the township’s requirements for affordable housing continues to drag on in the...

May 1, 2017 | comments

Oceanport Pool to Open Under YMCA

By Jenna O’Donnell | OCEANPORT – A popular pool at Blackberry Bay Park will reopen this summer, run by the Community YMCA. The Oceanport Borough Council voted unanimously during the...

May 1, 2017 | comments

Middletown Planners Seek More Info On Crematorium

By Jay Cook | MIDDLETOWN – After nearly two hours of back-and-forth discussion on Monday evening, the township zoning board decided more information was necessary for a crematorium proposal at a...

April 30, 2017 | comments

Recent Studies of Sportfish in the Navesink River

By Clyde L. MacKenzie Jr. | During May and early June, local sportsfishermen can catch bluefish, striped bass and weakfish in the Navesink River, but the fish are not present...

April 28, 2017 | comments

Theater Review: “The Women of Padilla”

By Gretchen C. Van Benthuysen | Tony Meneses new play, “The Women of Padilla,” is about eight women who are married to eight brothers who are away fighting an unknown...

April 28, 2017 | comments

Students Take the Wheel In Driving Campaign

  By Elizabeth Wulfhorst || RED BANK – With distracted driving month in full swing, members of Red Bank Catholic’s (RBC) Hot Topics Club are once again partnering with Sansone Jr’s...

April 27, 2017 | comments

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