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Examiner Datebook, Oct. 13

• Donovan Delivers is a Robbinsville-based charity which offers financial assistance to families who have lost a child at birth. Although Donovan Delivers was...

Monmouth County history: The hunt for Deborah Lincoln’s tombstone

By Thomas K. Robbins President Abraham Lincoln did not know his ancestors and dismissed questions about his ancestry saying, “I don’t know who my grandfather was,...

Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office launches police chaplains program

Father Mychal Judge of the Fire Department of New York, who is recognized as the first officially designated casualty of the Sept. 11, 2001...

N.J. municipalities will shine a light on metastatic breast cancer on Oct. 13

METAvivor Research and Support announces the launch of the third annual global landmark campaign, #LightUpMBC, to shine a light on the importance of awareness...

U.S. Justice Department will examine threats against school officials

The New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) is reporting that on Oct. 4, the U.S. Department of Justice directed the FBI and U.S. Attorneys’...

Monmouth Conservation Foundation to present special event on Oct. 24

Monmouth Conservation Foundation (MCF) will present its first Scenic Drive and Wine Tasting event at the Cream Ridge Winery, Upper Freehold Township, on Oct....

Murphy administration unveils youth mental health resource website

Gov. Phil Murphy and members of his administration have announced a new web tool - covid19.nj.gov/youthhelp - that is designed to link parents, youths...

Center Players return with live performances in Freehold Borough

FREEHOLD - Following a hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic, Center Players will mark its return to live theater with a production of Neil Simon’s...

Gotthegreenlight cruises in Renaissance win at Freehold Raceway

Going into the Oct. 2 Renaissance Pace for 2-year-old fillies at Freehold Raceway, there was virtually no doubt that Gotthegreenlight would win. The only question...

Friends mourn passing of ‘honest, caring’ attorney Robert Muñoz

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP - Attorney Robert F. Muñoz, 68, a respected member of the local legal community who was serving as the municipal attorney in...

Krause wins sixth race of 2021, locks up Wall Stadium Modified crown

WALL TOWNSHIP - Andrew Krause of Holmdel raced from ninth on the grid to win his sixth Modified stock car main event of the...

Examiner Datebook, Oct. 6

• Growing Up Jewish in Perrineville and Roosevelt: A Talk by William Agress will be presented via Zoom by the Jewish Heritage Museum of...

Marty’s Place is teaching senior dogs new tricks

On a 25-acre section of property in Upper Freehold Township, aging dogs live out the rest of their years at a sanctuary called Marty’s...

Recreation commission chair pleased with turnout for Allentown 5K race

ALLENTOWN - A field of 63 runners enjoyed a perfect day of early fall weather when they participated in the second annual Historic Allentown...

Resilient Redbirds stay strong with 4-2 victory over Trenton Central

Tragedy struck the core of the Allentown High School boys soccer program on Sept. 20. Just two days after the Redbirds won their first...

Young environmental hero: Sonja Michaluk

By Michele S. Byers The motto “Think globally, act locally” has been used for years to encourage local action on environmental problems. Sonja Michaluk, 17, has...

Monmouth County Library schedules special programs for October

Macabre moments in Monmouth County history, magic and mysticism in Central Park, a chat with a psychic about natural intuition and how to enhance...

Gov. Murphy approves two education measures

The New Jersey School Boards Association is reporting that Gov. Phil Murphy has signed a pair of bills into law that relate to education...
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