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Gov. Murphy, state officials announce 2021-22 school year guidance

Gov. Phil Murphy, New Jersey Department of Education (DOE) Acting Commissioner Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan and New Jersey Department of Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli have...

Freehold Township officials propose permitting new uses at mall

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP - A proposed amendment to the current uses at the Freehold Raceway Mall is being considered by Freehold Township municipal officials. Members of...

Entries will be accepted for Monmouth County Fair Home and Garden competition

It is time for residents to start getting their entries ready for the 2021 Monmouth County Fair Home and Garden Competition. The fair is organized...

New law: Medical marijuana use may be authorized by telemedicine

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation into law that will allow healthcare practitioners to remotely authorize medical marijuana use via telemedicine/telehealth. Murphy signed...

Monmouth County Library schedules virtual events during July

Music, food, history, travel, gardening and even home makeovers are all discussions and programs being offered virtually by the Monmouth County Library during July. ā€œI continue...

Drennan will be lone candidate on Allentown ballot in November

ALLENTOWN - Two three-year terms on the Allentown Borough Council will available in the Nov. 2 general election, but only one resident is seeking...

Examiner Datebook, June 30

ā€¢ The 2021 Discussion Series will continue with "Itā€™s All About the Plan!" on July 27 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. The presenters will...

Examiner On Campus, June 30

Alexander Nguyen of Allentown has graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in pharmacology and toxicology from University of the Sciences, Philadelphia,...

Monmouth County Fair to mark return in 2021 following pandemic cancellation

The Monmouth County Fair, which was cancelled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, is returning in 2021 and will be held at the...

Monmouth County students graduateĀ withĀ college degree before high school degreeĀ 

High school students from throughout Monmouth County who augmented their traditional high school curriculum with college-level courses through Brookdale Community Collegeā€™s Early College High...

Gov. Murphy announces budget agreement on tax relief measures

Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy, Democratic state Senate President Steve Sweeney, Democratic state Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin and other state officials have announced an agreement...

Millstone ordinance would ban marijuana businesses in township

MILLSTONE - Township Committee members are taking action to prohibit the operation of marijuana businesses in Millstone Township. On June 16, committee members introduced an...

Monmouth County News Briefs, June 23

The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County has announced that after being closed to the public since March 2020, it has reopened. Hours are...

Examiner Datebook, June 23

ā€¢ Area residents are invited to visit Allentown for a public reading of the Declaration of Independence at 9 a.m. July 4 in Pete...

Examiner On Campus, June 23

Michael Pullen of Cream Ridge has earned a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with High Honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,...

Matawan resident recognized by American Women Artists

MATAWAN - An artist who resides in Matawan has been recognized by American Women Artists (AWA). The organization recently held a virtual awards ceremony for...

Congressman announces initial approval for Monmouth projects

Heavily traveled bridges on Route 33 and Route 35 and improvement projects for Freehold Borough and Middletown recently cleared their first hurdle as they...

Students with disabilities may receive additional year of special education

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed legislation (S-3434/A-5366) to offer an additional year of public education and related services to students with disabilities. This bill will...
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