Tag: Holmdel

Trout Season Is Underway

By Jay Cook | HOLMDEL – It’s time to start digging out those old fly-fishing lures and spooling up the flyreels. The much-anticipated trout fishing season in New Jersey opened this...

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

Energized GOP Prepares for 2017 Elections

By John Burton |  FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP — The battle lines are drawn and the troops have made their selection of this year’s warriors for the political struggles of the June...

March 28, 2017 | comments

Second Public Hearing on Power Line Project Wednesday

Large crowd expected Story and photos by Jay Cook | LINCROFT – After thousands turned out in late January for the first public hearing on a proposed powerline project, the...

March 27, 2017 | comments

Steinbeck Classic Comes to Holmdel

  By Mary Ann Bourbeau HOLMDEL – In 1785, the Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote a poem entitled “To a Mouse.” From that poem came the phrase, “The best laid...

March 25, 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

Know The Snow Removal Rules In Your Town

By Elizabeth Wulfhorst | Two River area towns are seeing a lot of snow with this winter storm. It is important for home and small business owners to know their town’s snow removal...

March 14, 2017 | comments

Dreaming Of The Sunny Beach? Towns Are Selling Beach Badges

By Liz Sheehan SEA BRIGHT – A recent spate of surprisingly warm weather may have some local residents looking for ward to summertime, and the local beach. For those who...

March 13, 2017 | comments

Opinion: Power Line Project, NJ Transit Trains Are Dangerous Mix

  By Anthony Cooper | JCP&L’s proposed Monmouth County Reliability Project (MCRP) would install an air-insulated, 230,000 volt transmission line along ten miles of NJ Transit’s high-speed train tracks from Aberdeen...

March 9, 2017 | comments

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