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Eatontown council members show support for medical marijuana business

EATONTOWN - The members of the Borough Council in Eatontown have passed a resolution supporting a medical cannabis facility's potential application to become one...

YMCA of Greater Monmouth County honors students and community leader

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County commemorated the life and legacy of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during a virtual...

Gov. signs ‘second chance’ bill backed by Middletown resident into law

On Jan. 18, Gov. Phil Murphy signed bill A-4771 into law which will serve to expand the offenses that are eligible for expungement upon an...

Brookdale Community College students receive nursing pins

On Dec. 20, 67 nursing students at Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, completed their Associate Degree in Applied Science and received their pins at a...

Monmouth County News Briefs, Jan. 19

The office manager of a Tinton Falls-based construction company has been criminally charged with swindling her employer out of more than $2.2 million over...

‘Second chance’ bill passes Senate; awaits action by Gov. Murphy

On Jan. 10, the members of the state Senate passed A-4771, clearing another hurdle for the bill to be signed into law; a law...

‘Accidentally On Purpose’ premieres at the Middletown Arts Center

What happens when you put seven real-life, true crime Victorian female serial killers in a room together somewhere in limbo between heaven and hell...

Monmouth County commissioner leadership roles go to Arnone and Kiley

Commissioner Thomas A. Arnone and Commissioner Susan M. Kiley were appointed as commissioner director and commissioner deputy director, respectively, at the Monmouth County Board...

Gindi, Lucas join Eatontown council; Gonzalez keeps president’s post

EATONTOWN - In 2022, Kevin Gonzalez will continue to serve as president of the Borough Council in Eatontown. The borough's 2022 reorganization meeting on Jan....

Gov. Murphy signs legislation requiring age-appropriate school security drills

Governor Phil Murphy has signed legislation (A-5727/S-3726) into law which requires school security drills to be age-appropriate and to prevent unnecessary traumatization of children. Among...

Gov. reinstates public health emergency to respond to Omicron variant

Gov. Phil Murphy has reinstated a public health emergency, effective immediately, to ensure New Jersey is able to respond to the continued threat of...

Monmouth County News Briefs, Jan. 12

The Ms. New Jersey Senior America Pageant 2022 is seeking ladies 60 and over to participate in the annual event, which will be held...

Flooding, pipelines, warehouses top 2021 N.J. environmental news

By Tom Gilbert If New Jersey were to have a 2021 poster child for climate change, it would not be a child at all. It...

Lunch Break and Family Promise of Monmouth County announce merger

RED BANK - Addressing the problem of homelessness in Monmouth County has long been on Lunch Break’s radar. Community members without adequate housing have...

YMCA to present MLK Human Dignity Award to nation’s first female rabbi

The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is preparing for its 33rd community celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr....

Federal waiver may curb school bus driver shortage

The New Jersey School Boards Association has reported that the U.S. Department of Transportation and the U.S. Department of Education announced that the Federal...

Buckley elected president of Tinton Falls council; Perillo starts new term as mayor

TINTON FALLS - Tracy Buckley has been elected by her fellow members of the governing body to continue serving as president of the Tinton...

Longtime VNA trustee presented with Judith Stanley Coleman Award

Visiting Nurse Association Health Group (VNAHG) recently held it 109th annual meeting during which the organization presented longtime trustee Mindy Minerva of Rumson with...
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