Tag: Colts Neck

Flags Guide Marine Home For Final Time

By Gretchen C. Van Benthuysen | COLTS NECK – Holly Morgan was leaving the home of a friend she had been visiting on Raleigh Pass when she noticed people arriving...

July 27, 2017 | comments

To Control Deer, Colts Neck Urges More Hunting

By Jay Cook | COLTS NECK – Elected officials say it’s time to crack down on the persistent problem of white-tailed deer overpopulation with the only guaranteed method they know:...

July 11, 2017 | comments

Federal Dollars Coming for Inconvenient Intersection

By Jay Cook | COLTS NECK – Long-sought relief for one of the more headache-inducing intersections in Monmouth County is on the way. The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders...

July 6, 2017 | comments

State Money Coming For Roadway Projects

Story and photos by Jay Cook AFTER THE HIGHLY-CONTESTED gas tax reinvigorated New Jersey’s depleted Transportation Trust Fund, local towns should soon see that money reinvested in their roadways. Gov....

June 27, 2017 | comments

Farmland Microbrewery Proposal On Tap For 100-Acre Tract

By Jay Cook | COLTS NECK – A young couple hopes their family’s pre-Revolutionary War farm will be the future site of the second farmland microbrewery in the state, but...

April 18, 2017 | comments

Hot Sauce, Reclaimed Wood and Beach Glass

Made in Monmouth Expo Is Saturday | By Jay Cook | Over 250 different businesses and hundreds of shoppers will show their wares at OceanFirst Bank Center at Monmouth University on...

April 7, 2017 | comments

Simon To Lead New Asbury Charter School

By Elizabeth Wulfhorst COLTS NECK ­– Dan Simon announced he will be leaving his post as principal of Colts Neck High School at the end of the school year for...

April 7, 2017 | comments

Ranney Fencer’s Next Stop: Bulgaria

  By Jay Cook | TINTON FALLS – One of the most technical sports across the globe, fencing creates a one-on-one combat-esque experience almost like no other. In such a...

March 30, 2017 | comments

World War I-Era Ordnance Found Along Jersey Shore

By Jay Cook | Over 300 pieces of military-grade ordnance, each no larger than a pocket-sized ChapStick, were recovered along beaches in three Shore towns, and ultimately disposed of safely. The beach...

March 19, 2017 | comments

Irish Sports on the Jersey Shore

A Q&A with the Jersey Shore Gaelic Athletic Association By Jay Cook | Mary Beth Glaccum is the founder and chairman of the Jersey Shore Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), one of...

March 14, 2017 | comments

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