August 27, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Stephy’s Place will be there to support those with loss and grief

Three years ago, Sheila Martello met Stephy Hardman Kaminoff, who had been diagnosed with terminal cancer. More...

Opinion

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Waiting for a winning number at St. Rose of Lima Bingo, Freehold Borough, Aug. 22. More...

History and civics must be taught in school

Educating future generations of American students in American History and Civics is a fundamental requirement for living in the United States. More...

Business

Oceanport, Sea Bright extend shared court

OCEANPORT—The borough and neighboring Sea Bright are expected to continue an agreement to share municipal court services. More...

Training program for hospice volunteers set

Barnabas Health Hospice will serve as a host to a training program for individuals who are interested in becoming a hospice volunteer in Monmouth County. The program will be held on eight consecutive Thursdays, beginning Sept. 24, from 6:30 p.m. More...

Coldwell Banker Cares Days supports 50+ charitable causes in N.J. and N.Y.

All 55 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage offices in New Jersey and Rockland County, N.Y. gave back to local communities throughout both states via charitable efforts as part of the company’s third annual Cares Day event. More...

Mayor predicts projects will fuel Broadway revival

A slew of proposals and projects along the Long Branch oceanfront and lower Broadway may spur progress in one of the city’s most deteriorated areas, according to a city official. More...

Art finds a home in nature at Grounds For Sculpture

An escape from everyday life can be found in the sculpture garden and arboretum of Grounds For Sculpture. More...

Researchers seek to raise awareness of storm surges

LONG BRANCH — Despite accurate forecasting, several dozen people perished during superstorm Sandy, and scientists are searching for the reasons why warnings about the magnitude of the storm were not heeded. More...

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‘Truck Pull’ to funds to fight hunger

In celebration of Hunger Action Month, Move for Hunger will host its second annual Jersey Shore Truck Pull fundraiser at 2 p.m. Sept. 13 at The Headliner, 1401 Route 35, Neptune City. More...

Long Branch Elks to host monthly spaghetti dinners

The Long Branch Elks Lodge No. 742 will host an all-you-can-eat Italian buffet 6-8 p.m. on Sept. 25 and Oct. 23 at 150 Garfield Ave., Long Branch. More...

Long Branch Elks benefit for ALS set for Aug. 28

The Long Branch Elks Lodge No. 742 will present Chris Morrisy opening for Rising Star finalist Audrey Kate Gieger 6 p.m. on Aug. 28 at 150 Garfield Ave., Long Branch. The cost is $10. More...

Sports

Deeper, talented Monmouth team ready for football season

As Monmouth University’s football team embarks on its second season in the Big South Conference, the Hawks are more prepared for the challenges they face. More...

Caseys’ girls soccer team hopeful for more goals in 2015

Red Bank Catholic (RBC) High School’s girls soccer team struggled last fall to score goals yet still managed a strong late-season push all the way to the finals of the NJSIAA Non-Public South Jersey A tournament. More...

Area hoops teams were hard at work this summer

Shore Conference girls basketball programs have been hard at work this summer. St. John Vianney High School and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School — two of the usual preseason favorites — are no exception. More...