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Nature in New Jersey is quite busy during winter

By Michele S. Byers Winter may seem quiet, almost like nature is taking a break. But is this true? Many animals are hibernating, lots of...

Examiner Datebook, Jan. 6

• Liberty Oak Chorus invites women of all ages to its “Sing in the New Year” guest series, Jan. 14, 21 and 28 at...

Millstone officials identify areas for farmland preservation efforts

MILLSTONE - Municipal officials in Millstone Township are seeking funding from the state as they work to continue preserving farmland in the community. On Dec....

Allentown mayor names members of ad hoc traffic committee

ALLENTOWN - During the final meeting of the mayor and Borough Council in 2020, Mayor Thomas Fritts reiterated a promise he had made to...

Title of county commissioner will replace freeholder as panel reorganizes for 2021

The five officials who comprise Monmouth County's governing body will reorganize for 2021 in a meeting to be held at 4 p.m. Jan. 7...

All ages invited to attend virtual talks at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s (PPPL) 36-year tradition of offering weekly cutting-edge, informative talks about a wide variety of science subjects will continue with...

Monmouth County Health Department begins vaccinating 1A category

In accordance with mandates from the federal government and the New Jersey Department of Health, the Monmouth County Health Department (MCHD) has begun vaccinating...

County awards $3.47 million in grant funds to municipal parks in 23 towns

Monmouth County officials have announced that the county has awarded $3.47 million in dedicated park improvement grant funds to 23 municipalities in the county...

Residents asked to provide input on visiting popular Monmouth County destinations

Traveling in and around Monmouth County year-round could be easier in the future with the help of residents and visitors alike. The Monmouth County Department...

Guild of Creative Art displays work by area artists online

Closing out its virtual 2020 exhibits, the Guild of Creative Art, Shrewsbury, is proud to announce the current Art Galleries Online showcase: “Our December...

All smiles as ‘most vulnerable population’ begins COVID-19 vaccinations

December 28, 2020, marks a day of celebration as the state's most vulnerable population - those living and working in long-term care facilities -...

Torsiello to join Allentown council; Elder to begin second term in Jan. 5 reorganization

ALLENTOWN - Erica Torsiello will begin serving her first term on the Allentown Borough Council and John A. Elder III will begin serving his...

Monmouth County News Briefs, Dec. 30

Supporters of LADACIN Network, a local nonprofit, have found a new way to Plunge into 2021 and enhance the lives of people with disabilities....

Examiner Datebook, Dec. 30

• Liberty Oak Chorus invites women of all ages to its “Sing in the New Year” guest series, Jan. 14, 21 and 28 at...

New chief of law enforcement announced for Monmouth County SPCA

A former Eatontown police chief has been named the new chief of the Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MCSPCA),...

Abernethy appointed township administrator in Millstone

MILLSTONE - Kevin Abernethy has been appointed to the position of township administrator in Millstone Township for 2021. Throughout 2020, Abernethy served as the township's...

Municipal officials approve storage building at Millstone Park

MILLSTONE - Officials in Millstone Township have awarded a $368,500 contract for a metal storage building at the new Millstone Park, Red Valley Road. During...

Millstone officials designate township as ‘stigma-free community’

MILLSTONE - Members of the Township Committee have passed a resolution which designates Millstone Township as a stigma-free community. According to the resolution, a stigma-free...
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