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Abernethy named acting business administrator in Millstone Township

MILLSTONE - Kevin Abernethy has been appointed Millstone Township's acting business administrator. He succeeds Roger Staib in the position. Township Committee members passed a resolution appointing...

Monmouth Ocean Regional Realtors installs officers and directors for 2020

The Monmouth Ocean Regional Realtors (MORR) held its 2020 installation of officers and directors recently at Tim McLoone's Supper Club in Asbury Park. The members welcomed...

Redesigned ‘gateway signs’ will welcome visitors to Allentown

ALLENTOWN - Borough Council members have voted to accept the wording that is expected to be included on new "gateway signs" that will be...

Roselle Park police officer shoots himself after car crash in Matawan

MATAWAN--An off-duty Roselle Park police officer fatally shot himself after crashing into two parked cars at 12:01 p.m. on Jan. 19 near 208 Broad...

String ensemble will perform in Freehold on Jan. 26

"Bagels, Beethoven and Company," featuring the award winning New Jersey State Youth Orchestra, will be performed from 1-3 p.m. Jan. 26 at the Freehold...

Monmouth County awarded recycling tonnage grant

Monmouth County recently received $523,118 through the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Recycling Enhancement Act (REA). The REA permits a $3 per ton...

Examiner On Campus, Jan. 22

Brandon Gaul of Allentown has been named to the 2019 fall dean's list at American International College, Springfield, Mass. Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., has named...

Bugs are looking for warm places to stay during winter

By Michele S. Byers A Vineland family was recently shocked to find a scorpion in their house. The scorpion, which is usually found in warmer...

Examiner Datebook, Jan. 22

• The 2020 Millstone Community Education Fishing Flea Market will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 1 in the Millstone Township...

Amended Cardinale plan eliminates portion of project on Anderson Road

JACKSON – Residents who objected to a development on their street in Jackson and filed legal action won a concession from a developer who...

Allentown council members appoint Panckeri as police chief

ALLENTOWN - Daniel Panckeri has been named chief of the Allentown Police Department. Panckeri, a lieutenant who had been leading the police department as Officer...

Allentown mayor appoints residents to borough positions

ALLENTOWN - Mayor Thomas Fritts has named residents to serve on Allentown's boards and commissions. He made the appointments during the 2020 reorganization meeting of...

Seductive and vibrant ‘Cabaret’ comes to life at Kelsey Theatre

The Kelsey Theatre at Mercer County Community College, West Windsor, in conjunction with Theater To Go, continues to push the boundaries this season with...

Gov. vetoes bill to exempt certain school districts from 2% property tax cap  

Gov. Phil Murphy has absolute vetoed S-4289, legislation that would have allowed for certain school districts to raise property taxes above the 2% cap...

‘Same Time, Next Year’ to be performed in Freehold

Center Players Dessert Theater will present its next Signature Series show, a production of "Same Time, Next Year" at Center Playhouse, 35 South St.,...

Veteran Millstone school board members saluted for service at final meeting

MILLSTONE - Three departing members of the Millstone Township K-8 School District Board of Education have been recognized for their years of service to...

Examiner Datebook, Jan. 15

• “Fine Feathered Friends: Birds as Mainstay and Muse” is open at the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton. The exhibition brings the fun of...

Fritts takes oath of office as Allentown mayor; Johnson, Payson join council

ALLENTOWN - Thomas Fritts has begun serving his first four-year term as the mayor of Allentown. Municipal clerk Laurie Roth administered the oath of...
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