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‘Barnum’ will bring excitement to Millstone

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township Middle School is preparing to host a production of the musical "Barnum." "Barnum," which is based on the...

BPU approves natural gas pipeline in region

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer A utility company’s plan to construct a nearly 30-mile-long high-pressure natural gas pipeline through portions of Burlington, Monmouth and Ocean counties...

For the Record, Feb. 11

For the record The New Jersey chapter of the Sierra Club and Environment New Jersey have filed a lawsuit against the Pinelands Commission in an...

Sports Shorts

The Lycoming College women's lacrosse team was selected to finish eighth in the Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Preseason Coaches' Poll, the league office in...

Examiner Datebook, Feb. 11

• The Allentown Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Allentown United Methodist Church, 23 Church St., Allentown. Eric Blasco...

Gymnastics club owner facing charges

Ronald J. Charles, 51, of Freehold Township, was arrested on Dec. 29 and charged with two counts of third degree possession of child pornography,...

Seventh-grader wins spelling bee title

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent Pupils from the Upper Freehold Regional School District had their spelling caps on when the Stone Bridge Middle School recently hosted its...

Frank Pallone Sr. dies at 92

Long-time public servant Frank J. Pallone Sr. has passed away at the age of 92. The former World War II tail gunner, sergeant, police detective...

Let’s get it started: how buyers show for a new home

For most homebuyers, the search starts online — and leads to a knowledgeable agent By Madhusmita Bora CTW Features Hanieh Razzaghi of Bryn Mawr, Pa., is shopping...

When boomers go the rental route

Cashing in the homestead for a nest egg and freedom By Marilyn Melia CTW Features While many young adults struggle to improve their finances in order...
Eric Sucar

Professional development courses based on Holocaust education

Registration is open for free professional development courses in Holocaust education at Rutgers University. Rutgers scholars and other experts will address "Antisemitism: History and Myth"...

Residents warned about phony IRS calls

Across New Jersey, residents are have been receiving phone calls from scammers claiming to be from the IRS or the U.S. Treasury for a...
Eric Sucar


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Gun sales up in Garden State

By KATHY CHANG Staff Writer Gun dealers are doing brisk business in the Garden State, where stringent gun laws require thorough background checks for the right...

Property tax reform needed in New Jersey

Thirty-five states have county centralized assessment programs. New Jersey is now testing two different tax assessment models. The test is a municipal based assessor...
Eric Sucar

Allentown returning to NJSIAA sectional wrestling competition

By Wayne Witkowski Allentown High School's wrestling team is on the threshold of a season of distinction. Already assured of its first berth in the NJSIAA...

Teens show ethical decision making at Team Challenge

Students from Allentown High School and all six Freehold Regional High School District schools tackled real life issues while analyzing the ethical implications of...
Sean Brady - Photographer

Millstone teachers of the year named

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE - Administrators in the Millstone Township K-8 School District have named the district's teachers of the year. At the Millstone Township Primary...
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