Examiner News

Davis, Zabrosky win three-year terms in Millstone Township

MILLSTONE - Republican newcomers Eric Davis and Tara Zabrosky have won their first three-year terms on the Township Committee in Millstone Township. The terms...

Examiner Datebook, Nov. 10

• Start your holiday preparations today by registering to participate in The Allentown Village Initiative’s Christmas Wreath Decorating Contest. Registration is open at www.allentownvinj.org....

Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office to hold gun buyback event in Freehold Township

Following a successful gun buyback event that was recently held in Asbury Park, a second such event will be held on Nov. 20 in...

Alexander, Faber re-elected in Upper Freehold Township

UPPER FREEHOLD - Incumbent Republicans Stephen Alexander and Robert Faber have won new three-year terms on the Township Committee in Upper Freehold Township. The...

Veteran’s widow begins 10th annual holiday collection clothing drive

To celebrate Veterans Day 2021, Stacia McDonough and her nonprofit organization, Independence For Veterans, has kicked off its 10th annual "They Kept Us Safe,...

Refurbished Kelsey Theatre reopens Nov. 12 at Mercer County Community College

With coronavirus restrictions finally eased, the lights will be back up and the curtains will be raised on Nov. 12 at Kelsey Theatre on...

Prosecutor: ‘Operation Checkmate’ dismantles major cocaine networks

Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer has announced the culmination of a four-month cooperative, multi-jurisdictional investigation conducted by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics...

Jim Wyse will be remembered as a conservation trailblazer

By Michele S. Byers Many people don’t know about the highly complex and technical steps required to preserve land. It may seem that suddenly a...

Drennan wins second term on Allentown council; write-in candidate may win second seat

ALLENTOWN - Michael Drennan has won a second three-year term on the Allentown Borough Council. Two three-year terms on the council were available in the...

Monmouth County News Briefs, Nov. 3

The Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners has announced the return of Made in Monmouth, which will be held on Nov. 6 from 10...

Examiner Datebook, Nov. 3

• From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 13, the Monmouth County Park System will host its fall craft show at the Fort Monmouth...

Monmouth Conservation Foundation announces largest gifts in its history

Monmouth Conservation Foundation (MCF), a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the county’s natural resources, has announced a pair of transformational donations, including...

Volunteers needed to support survivors of sexual violence

By Sue Levine Sexual violence is never the survivor’s fault and 180 Turning Lives Around stands with all survivors. We believe in their strength and...

Arcadian Chorale members excited to return to live performances

After being almost completely silenced by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Monmouth County's Arcadian Chorale is preparing to return in December with in-person performances...

22nd annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival to run from Nov. 7–21

Tickets are now on sale for the 22nd annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival, which will be held from Nov. 7-21. Presented in a hybrid format...

Examiner News Briefs, Oct. 27

The Allentown Borough Council has passed a resolution recognizing the service of Christopher Fleres for his Eagle Scout project. Christopher is a Boy Scout in...

Monmouth County News Briefs, Oct. 27

The Guild of Creative Art, Shrewsbury, has announced its 29th annual Open Juried Live Gallery Show 2021 award winners. There were more than 200 submissions...

Misunderstanding ravens ‘nevermore’

By Michele S. Byers Ravens are often depicted in literature and folklore as omens of bad luck, evil and death. The most famous may be...
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