Examiner News

When the urge to clean strikes, it strikes hard

I have been known to have a clean house. There was that time last November when I got on a roll. Then there was...

Fromagerie set to reopen with new owners, new team and new look

RUMSON - The iconic Fromagerie Restaurant is set to open its doors again with new owners Paul and Enilda Sansone, who recently purchased the...

High school student named finalist for 2016 Songbook Academy

By KAYLA J. MARSH Staff Writer One local high school student will learn from some of the music industry’s best when he joins more than...

Forsgate Golf Academy ‘tees off’ with grand opening celebration

  MONROE - The new Forsgate Golf Academy, located on the grounds of the Forsgate Country Club, will debut its wide array of programs for golfers of...

Allentown seeks to acquire land for passive recreation

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer ALLENTOWN - Two lots near Mechanic and Hamilton streets could become municipal open space if a $250,000 bond ordinance is adopted...

Examiner Datebook, July 21

• Hilltop Swim Club, Clarksburg Road, Roosevelt, will hold a yard sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 30 (rain date, July 31)....

Local day resort offers New York-like essence

By Jennifer Amato Staff Writer For a touch of New York luxury closer to home, look no further than high-end spas in the area. “We have...

Are you playing rate-lock roulette?

Mortgage interest rates could go lower. Or not. Why waiting to see is a risky business. By Erik J. Martin Content That Works Many folks pride themselves on...

Seven surefire ways to attract summer buyers

Take advantage of the warmer weather to show off your home By Erik J. Martin CTW Features Your real estate agent isn’t the only friend you can...

And, spare us the elevator music

By Lori Clinch Today’s technological world is moving along at an incredible pace. Televisions are crystal clear and cell phones have replaced cameras, flashlights and...

Homeland Security awards grants to local Jewish organizations

SOUTH RIVER -- The Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey announced that 16 Jewish organizations throughout Monmouth and Middlesex counties are among...

Millstone Township house party riles residents and officials

By Matthew Sockol Staff Writer A municipal official said Millstone Township’s representatives will take legal action after a large house party prompted complaints from residents. Residents took...

Testing keeps tabs on Millstone Township waterway

By Matthew Sockol Staff Writer MILLSTONE - Testing has been performed on an important source of water in Millstone Township to help ensure that natural resource...

Summertime beauty solutions

By JENNIFER ORTIZ Staff Writer It’s that time of the year again with summer days filled with sunshine and all that comes with it -- barbecues,...

‘Rock the Farm’ slated for Aug. 27

The Coming Full Circle (CFC) Loud N Clear Foundation will hold its third annual “Rock the Farm Music and Food Truck Festival” from 1-10...

Two face drug charges in Allentown

ALLENTOWN - A motor vehicle stop in the borough ended with drug charges being lodged against two individuals. Police said a 2011 Nissan was stopped...

Allentown fundraiser will bring back ‘Roaring 20s’

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer ALLENTOWN - Flappers, the Jazz Age and an historic property in Allentown will all serve as the backdrop for a fundraiser...

Examiner Datebook, July 14

• The Horsemen's Association of Millstone Township will meet on July 19 at 7 p.m. at the Millstone Community Center, Stagecoach Road, (next to...
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