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Gov. Murphy signs legislation supporting veterans, service members

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation (S-278, S-956, and S-961) into law which supports New Jersey veterans and service members and grants them easier...

Eatontown council members introduce second cannabis ordinance

EATONTOWN - The Borough Council has put forth a new ordinance that proposes establishing less restrictive regulations for cannabis businesses that may eventually operate...

Monmouth County commissioners honored with Beacon of Heroes Award

The Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners has been honored with the Beacon of Heroes award by the Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce for...

Gov. Murphy, health commissioner recommend masking in certain indoor settings

Following a July 27 announcement from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding masking, Gov. Phil Murphy and New Jersey Department of Health...

Potts enters weekend one win behind Delgado as he takes aim at training title

OCEANPORT – After everything trainer Wayne Potts has been through the past year, the one thing he’s learned to do is to appreciate the...

Red Bank council proposes permitting cannabis businesses in town

RED BANK - Members of the Borough Council are establishing regulations that will permit all six types of cannabis businesses that have been approved...

Congressman introduces legislation to extend validity of expired U.S. passports

Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) has introduced the Passport Emergency Extension Act of 2021 (H.R. 4615) with lead co-sponsor Rep. Albio Sires (D-NJ) to ensure...

Gov. Murphy signs legislation to expand civics instruction in schools

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation (S-854) requiring civics instruction at the middle school level into law. Currently, New Jersey is one of a...

More trees are needed to shade New Jersey’s cities

By Michele S. Byers Stand in the sun on a hot summer afternoon and wilt. Step into the shade and feel instant relief. Now imagine places...

Fair Haven officials propose prohibiting cannabis businesses in borough

FAIR HAVEN - Borough Council members have taken action to prohibit the operation of cannabis businesses in Fair Haven. On June 28, council members introduced...

Eatontown council moves to fund local capital improvements

EATONTOWN - The Eatontown Borough Council is appropriating $9.25 million for improvements to municipal property and the acquisition of capital equipment. On July 14, council...

Princeton Council approves bond ordinance, includes EV charging stations

Four public electric vehicle (EV) charging stations and the reconstruction of Mount Lucas Road have made it into the $7.1 million bond ordinance that...

He’spuregold rallies for victory in Irish War Cry Handicap at Monmouth

OCEANPORT – Owner and breeder John Bowers was so confident in the turf breeding of He’spuregold that he specifically targeted a summer stakes race...

Reed tops Wall Stadium Modifieds; Breaks Krause’s streak at five

WALL TOWNSHIP - Three-time driving champion Steven Reed snapped Andrew Krause's winning streak at five on July 24 at Wall Stadium by winning the...

Quiberon Bay could give Milne her first stakes win in Irish War Cry

OCEANPORT – When Joan Milne isn’t working at her 180-acre farm in Pittstown with her husband Dennis, a veterinarian, she’s at Monmouth Park every...

Lunch Break reopens dining room in Red Bank to guests

RED BANK - “It’s like coming home again after being away for such a long time,” said Lunch Break Executive Director Gwendolyn Love, referring...

Jockey and Jeans fundraiser scheduled for Sept. 11 at Monmouth Park

OCEANPORT – Seventeen Hall of Fame jockeys – a list that includes former Monmouth Park leading riders Don Brumfield, Julie Krone and Craig Perret...

Rumson council members adopt $19.5M municipal budget

RUMSON - The members of the Borough Council have adopted a $19.5 million budget to fund the operation of Rumson during 2021. The budget, which...
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