News

Millstone officials amend Halloween curfew

By Matthew Sockol Staff Writer MILLSTONE - Municipal officials have established new regulations for a Halloween curfew in Millstone Township. On May 17, the Township Committee adopted...

OPINION

EMS volunteers put others before themselves

The theme of this year’s EMS Week, from May 21-27, “Always in service,” perfectly describes New Jersey’s volunteer EMTs. No matter the emergency, weather,...

Writer questions the power of prayer

In May, the President called for another National Day of Prayer. Why? Has prayer brought peace to the world, or to the bloodshed capital...

BUSINESS

Eric Sucar

Back to Business: Mazzola Bakery

A taste of the past that will keep customers coming back in the future: that is the mission of Mazzola's Bakery, located in the...
Suat Gürsözlü

HELOC how?

Percentage of homeowners that don’t know how to apply for a home equity loan: 30. Source: Digital Risk, the nation's largest independent processor of mortgage...

CALENDAR

Examiner Datebook, May 24

• The Italian American Cultural Society of New Jersey invites members of the public to its June dinner meeting on June 8 at 7...

Scholarships open to young Republican women

The N.J. Federation of Republican Women, through its affiliation with the National Federation of Republican Women, is seeking nominees for scholarships benefiting young Republican women. The application deadline is...

OBITS

George E. Magnenat

George E. Magnenat, 69, of Matawan, passed away on Monday, April 17, 2017 at home. He was born in Red Bank, N.J., and has remained...

Margaret Morris

Margaret Morris, age 84, of Milford, Delaware, formerly of Farmingdale, N.J., loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister, who loved family, conversation, a cup of...

Richard P. Charzewski

Richard P. Charzewski, 66, passed away unexpectedly and suddenly at his home in South Brunswick on Monday evening, April 3, 2017. He was predeceased by...
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