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NAMI offers multicultural conversations about mental health awareness 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness of New Jersey (NAMI NJ) announced its 2021 webinar series, NAMI NJ Multicultural Conversations. NAMI NJ Multicultural Conversations, sponsored...

Senate approves legislation to spur countywide, K-12 school regionalization

On March 25, the members of the state Senate unanimously approved legislation sponsored by Democratic Senate President Steve Sweeney, Democratic Sen. Vin Gopal and...

Allentown council adopts ordinance to regulate invasive plants

ALLENTOWN - Members of the Allentown Borough Council have adopted an ordinance in a bid to regulate invasive species of vegetation in the community. The...

Monmouth County landfill employees will move to new positions

The operation of the Monmouth County Reclamation Center in Tinton Falls has been transferred to Waste Management of New Jersey Inc. in an agreement...

Allentown council appoints Roth as administrator; will retain clerk’s duties

ALLENTOWN - Several months after voting to create the new position of borough administrator, members of the Borough Council have appointed Laurie A. Roth,...

Millstone Township warehouse developer provides waste water treatment plan

MILLSTONE - The development of a warehouse at the site of the former Showplace Farms horse training and rehabilitation facility on Route 33 in...

Millstone residents of all ages invited to participate in town cleanup

MILLSTONE - The ongoing coronavirus pandemic will not prevent the 15th annual stream cleanup in Millstone Township from taking place, according to the event's...

Monmouth County News Briefs, March 24

Visiting Nurse Association Health Group (VNA) and VNA of Central Jersey Community Health Centers (CHC) recently received a $5,000 grant from OceanFirst Foundation which...

Author inspires thought through study of animal culture in ‘Becoming Wild’

By Michele S. Byers With spring having arrived on March 20, we will get to enjoy seeing a multitude of animals as they migrate back...

Examiner On Campus, March 24

Bailey McLaughlin of Allentown was among the University of Scranton, Pa., students inducted into Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology. Qualifications for...

Examiner Datebook, March 24

• State Theatre New Jersey presents Movie Online Trivia Night on April 7 at 7 p.m., hosted by film critic Stephen Whitty. Proceeds raised...

RWJBarnabas Health webinar: Fears, Hesitation and Access – What the Black community needs to...

  RWJBarnabas Health’s Southern Facilities will host a webinar on March 23 featuring a panel of experts who will discuss the fears and hesitations within...

Millstone Township school board introduces $40M budget for 2021-22

MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township K-8 School District Board of Education has introduced a $40.1 million budget that will fund the operation of the...

Applicant lays out plan for warehouse in Upper Freehold Township

UPPER FREEHOLD - An application that proposes the construction of a warehouse on farmland on Route 524 in Upper Freehold Township is being met...

Fair Haven resident’s work to be shown at Garden State Film Festival

A Fair Haven resident's documentary about his childhood friend's recovery from brain trauma will premiere at the 19th Garden State Film Festival. "Against The Tide:...

Howell filmmaker will have work, ‘Still With Us,’ shown at festival

A young filmmaker from Howell will have his work shown at the 19th Garden State Film Festival. "Still With Us," a drama directed by...

Area residents will appear in work to be screened at Garden State Film Festival

A Middletown resident and a Holmdel resident are starring in a short film that will be screened during the 19th Garden State Film Festival. "Not...

Monmouth County News Briefs, March 17

Autism Speaks, a national advocacy group that promotes research and solutions for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), presented Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) with its Congressional...
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