‘Great Food for a Great Cause Fundraiser’ slated

By JESSICA HARDING Staff Writer For the eighth year in a row, the Kortney Rose Foundation (KRF) will hold its "Great Food for a Great Cause...

Army recruiting sees historic mission increase

  U.S. Army leaders recently announced the need for 6,000 additional active-duty recruits and 1,500 additional Army Reserve recruits by the end of September. As a...

‘Women in the World’ art exhibit now open

By JESSICA HARDING Staff Writer WEST LONG BRANCH -- The new, innovative art exhibit, "Women in the World: A Visual Perspective," is on display at three locations. The free...

Township Committee meets to discuss Hazlet issues

By KATHARINE FREDMAN Correspondent The Hazlet Township Committee met on Feb. 7 to discuss new business, introduce ordinances and listen to the public. Before the regular meeting, the Committee...

United Methodist Church’s annual Chili and Cornbread Cook Off Feb. 25

By JESSICA HARDING Staff Writer MIDDLETOWN -- Cooking chili or enjoying this America favorite will be on the menu when the fifth annual Chili and Cornbread...

Closures expected along Route 18 due to traffic signal improvements

  A traffic signal improvements project will require shoulder and lane closures on Route 18 in Middlesex County. From approximately 7 a.m. on Feb. 15 through 3:30 p.m....

Monmouth County Park System offers trails training

The Monmouth County Park System is seeking volunteers to become part of a trails team which helps to maintain more than 130 miles of...

Holmdel school holds benefit at Keyport Yacht Club

By KATHARINE FRIEDMAN Correspondent Schools usually have fundraisers, plays or back-to-school nights to get parents invested in their child’s education, but the Antinanco Earth Arts School in Holmdel,...

Atlantic Highlands Arts Council to hold Grand Opening Weekend

By JESSICA HARDING Staff Writer The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council (AHAC) will be celebrating its move to a new location with a grand opening weekend, which...

Science lessons ‘charge up’ Holmdel students

By JESSICA HARDING Staff Writer HOLMDEL -- Students at Indian Hill Elementary School have been wondering lately how exactly electricity works. Because of one of their science teachers,...
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