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Allentown council introduces ordinance to establish OEM

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer ALLENTOWN - The Borough Council has introduced an ordinance that, if adopted, will create the Allentown Office of Emergency Management, the...

Examiner Datebook, March 10

• The Board of Fire Commissioners for Millstone Township Fire District No. 1 has a vacancy due to the resignation of one of the...

Parcel could be used for affordable housing

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE — Municipal officials are taking action to acquire a piece of property that could eventually be the location of affordable housing. The...

Parent groups offering scholarships

MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township PTSA and PTO, two nonprofit groups of parents, students, educators and community members who work together to support the...

Visitors from zoo deliver a lesson about the five senses

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township Primary School recently had four special visitors enter their halls. On Feb. 19, representatives of the Philadelphia Zoo...

Health care worker charged in theft from Monroe client

  A home health aide worker was charged on March 4 with stealing approximately $93,000 from one of her patients. Debra Allen, 54, of Millstone, was...

Young survivor of brain tumor calls on volunteers

OLD BRIDGE - A young woman has turned her own experiences into an opportunity to help others. Tara Mitchell, 23, was diagnosed with a brain tumor...

Park System to host beach cleanup at Popamora Point

HIGHLANDS -- Welcome spring by joining the Monmouth County Park System for a beach cleanup from 10 a.m.-noon March 20 at Popamora Point on...

St. Patrick’s Day and Easter events slated throughout Monmouth County

FREEHOLD -- Several St. Patrick's Day and Easter parades and various entertainment events are set to take place at various venues in Monmouth County...

Former addict helps others on road to recovery

By Lisa Anderson If you asked Daniel Regan where his life was headed six years ago, he would have said nowhere. He had no goals,...
Eric Sucar

The Shrewsbury Chorale presents concert March 20

The Shrewsbury Chorale will present "Remembrances" at 3 p.m. on March 20 at Christ Episcopal Church, 90 Kings Hwy., Middletown. The performance will be...

Gloria Nilson & Co. earns 11 FAME Awards from Shore Builders Association

Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate was once again recognized by the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey during its recent 13th annual...

What rising rates mean for millennials

Fed rate hike suggests economy is quickening; millennial buyers not so sure By Laura Depta CTW Features The millennial generation — those born from the 1980s to...

Park System’s golf season is underway

COLTS NECK -- Dust off your clubs because the Monmouth County Park System’s six golf courses are open, including Bel-Aire in Wall, Charleston Springs...

Young buyers shape home trends

By Marilyn Kennedy Melia Young, first-time homebuyers may account for the lowest share of home sales in almost three decades, but their tastes and preferences...
Eric Sucar

Brookdale, Rutgers collaborate on business administration degree

Brookdale Community College and Rutgers University officials have approved a new four-year degree program in business administration that will be offered exclusively this fall. The...

Monmouth County Association of Realtors installs new officers and directors

The Monmouth County Association of Realtors (MCAR) held its 2016 Installation of Officers and Directors recently at Buona Sera Palazzo in Ocean. The members welcomed...

Home sales going, happily, to the dogs

Nearby dog parks a drawing card when it comes time to sell What might cause one home, nearly identical in style and condition to another...
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