Tag: Middletown

Letter: Middletown’s Ideal Beach Supports Beach Sweeps

Contributed by Sandra Vazquez | Tucked away in the North Middletown section of Middletown Township, along the Raritan Bay, is a beach called Ideal Beach and a community which refers...

April 25, 2018 | comments

Iconic Filmmaker Kevin Smith Comes Home To Support FilmOneFest

By Chris Rotolo | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – If a kid from Highlands who worked at the Quick Stop can make it, so can you. It’s a sentiment that local icon...

April 17, 2018 | comments

Let The Testing Continue: Navesink River Volunteer Water Quality Program Extende...

By Jay Cook | RUMSON – The multi-stakeholder, volunteer-driven effort to revitalize the Navesink River took a major step forward last week. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has...

April 8, 2018 | comments

Rutgers to Study Health of Oceanic Bridge

  By Jay Cook | RUMSON – Engineering students and staff from Rutgers University will be spending their summer vacation along the Navesink River this year. Beginning in May, members...

April 2, 2018 | comments

Middletown School Budget Includes Hiring New Security Officers

  By Jay Cook  | MIDDLETOWN – On the heels of yet another fatal school shooting earlier in the day, this time in Maryland, Middletown’s Board of Education took steps...

March 29, 2018 | comments

Independent Toy Stores Hope Service, Expertise Will Keep Them Busy

By Chris Rotolo | For Hobbymasters owner Lou Torisi, the announcement that Toys ‘R’ Us had filed for bankruptcy and would be liquidating its 800 stores around United States produced...

March 26, 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

Middletown Residents Sue Township Over Redevelopment Process

By Jay Cook | MIDDLETOWN – A contingent of residents distressed about how 150-plus acres of land along Route 35 could be developed have taken a legal step they hope...

March 21, 2018 | comments

This Time Of Year The Pipes Are Calling At CBA

By Mary Ann Bourbeau | LINCROFT – Brother Frank Byrne is Irish through and through. His family came to the United States from the Emerald Isle in the 1840s. Byrne...

March 20, 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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