Tag: Tinton Falls

Trinity Hall High School Seeks to Expand on Fort Monmouth

  By Laura D.C. Kolnoski | FORT MONMOUTH/ TINTON FALLS – Trinity Hall, the all-girls high school which relocated from Middletown to the Tinton Falls section of Fort Monmouth in 2015,...

October 30, 2017 | comments

County’s Top Teacher Inspires Joy Of Reading

By Rebecca Roth | Kristina Phelan is one of the first smiling faces students see every morning as they make their way into Mahala F. Atchison Elementary School. Phelan, a...

October 2, 2017 | comments

Marc Kine, The Responsible Rabbi

By John Burton | There is a link between his two careers that may not be quite so obvious on first blush, Marc Kline maintains. Kline had been a lawyer...

September 28, 2017 | comments

Law Allows District Elections To Move To November

By John Burton Lawmakers hope a recently enacted law will do for fire district elections what a similar one did for school board elections a few years ago. Assembly Bill...

September 5, 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

The New Capelli Sports Complex: Nine Things To Know

  By Matthew Lobosco  || TINTON FALLS – A new opportunity for recreational, youth and adult sports is quietly developing at 1659 Wayside Road in Tinton Falls. With its first...

June 26, 2017 | comments

Backyard Chicken Coops Debated in Oceanport

  By Jenna O’Donnell | OCEANPORT – A measure to allow residents to keep backyard chickens has some in the borough crying “fowl” ahead of a council meeting to decide...

April 6, 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

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

Two River Tastes: Burgers, An American Classic

These past few weeks we’ve had an unusual February heat wave!  With iced coffee in our hands and shades over our eyes, we knew there was just one thing missing:...

March 6, 2017 | comments

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