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Port Belford Plan Ready To Set Sail

By Jay Cook | MIDDLETOWN – Anticipated plans for a cultural and commercial revival in one section of the township have finally come to fruition. Still reeling from damage incurred...

May 18, 2017 | comments

Abandoned Boat In the Shrewsbury River

By Jay Cook | HIGHLANDS – Marked by three white plastic drums, a disintegrating hull and rails from the bow protruding above the surface, an abandoned vessel is sinking in...

May 16, 2017 | comments

More Local Police Outfitted With Body-Worn Cameras

By John Burton | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — Police Chief Jerry Vasto told a story about a traffic stop he had while on duty a couple of years ago. It was...

May 11, 2017 | comments

Citing Costs, Highlands Rejects Flood Wall Project

By John Burton HIGHLANDS – A flood wall construction project off Highlands’ shores has hit its own wall with the majority of the Borough Council rejecting the proposal. The council,...

April 19, 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

Restaurant Review: Fresh

When looking for a town with a nice selection of restaurants worth a trip, what comes to mind first? Red Bank? Asbury Park? However, there is a small town that...

March 30, 2017 | comments

A Vision for a Marina In Sandy Hook Bay

  By Liz Sheehan | SANDY HOOK – Is there a marina in Fort Hancock’s future? David Hoder, a civil engineer based in Fair Haven, presented that possibility at a meeting...

March 29, 2017 | comments

What To Do If You See a Sick Seal on a Beach?

Commentary contributed by Joe Reynolds | Presently, a young harbor seal is being treated at the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, NJ after it was found with injuries on...

March 28, 2017 | comments

Local Filmmaker Tells Story of Highland Beach

By Rick Geffken Raised in Rumson, self-described “river kid” Chris Brenner never thought about becoming a filmmaker. Like most of his friends in the Two River area, he spent lots...

March 28, 2017 | comments

Sandy Hook Refugees, Long Ago But Not So Far Away

By Rick Geffken Remote and barren for much of its history, Sandy Hook hardly seems a welcoming place for refugees of any kind. Yet, during the Revolutionary War, it was home...

March 21, 2017 | comments

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