Tag: Holmdel

Man Accused of Defiling School Track Appears in Court

By Jay Cook | HOLMDEL – The Kenilworth Public Schools Superintendent arrested last month for allegedly defecating daily at the Holmdel High School track is trying to flush out inaccuracies...

June 14, 2018 | comments

Winding Down the Week at the Winery

By Mary Ann Bourbeau | HOLMDEL – Friday night is a time to relax and put the hectic workweek behind you and Fox Hollow Vineyards offers the perfect respite. The...

June 14, 2018 | comments

The Medical Herbalist Tailors A Tonic For You

By Jenna O’Donnell | Jenn, a mother of four from Holmdel, had been feeling lousy for a long time. She tried modifying her lifestyle and eating habits, but continued to struggle...

June 12, 2018 | comments

Primary Election Results In Monmouth County

By Jay Cook |  There were few surprises for politicians running in Monmouth County primary elections Tuesday. But despite lower turnout at the polls overall, more Democratic Party voters cast...

June 11, 2018 | comments

Memorial Day Events

By Lily Marten | May 26 The Highlands Memorial Day Parade begins at 11 a.m. at Huddy Park. The American Legion Post #143 will be present as well as marchers,...

May 28, 2018 | comments

Experts To Probe Source Of Flooding Hot Spot

By Jay Cook | HOLMDEL – When you have to break out the canoes just to get around after a rainstorm, then you know there’s a problem. For years, the...

May 3, 2018 | comments

Gas Utility Returns to Holmdel With New Proposal For Rejected Station

  By Jay Cook | HOLMDEL – It’s been over two years since New Jersey Natural Gas first proposed building a gas regulator station along Holmdel Road. After riling up...

April 5, 2018 | comments

Dignity Restored To Historic Holmdel Church

By Chris Rotolo | HOLMDEL – A once dilapidated link to the history of Holmdel and Monmouth County is being transformed from eyesore to attraction. Located at 84 Stillwell Road...

March 31, 2018 | comments

Red Bank Boro Schools Lash Out Over Latest State Aid Numbers

By Jay Cook | RED BANK – In his inaugural budget address last week, Gov. Phil Murphy proposed an increase of $283.6 million in state “formula” aid that goes directly...

March 26, 2018 | comments

Judge Zaps $111M High Voltage Power Line Project

By Jay Cook | An administrative law judge rendered a searing decision on Jersey Central Power & Light’s proposal to build a controversial, high-voltage transmission line project through five Monmouth...

March 20, 2018 | comments

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