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College to host STEM program for Girl Scouts

LINCROFT -- Female engineering students and faculty will welcome local Girl Scouts to Brookdale Communty College at 765 Newman Springs Road on April 23...

Redbirds overcome inexperience to win baseball opener

By Wayne Witkowski It was no April Fools' joke when Allentown High School's baseball team, down to its last out, opened its season with a...
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Stay alert while staying fit this spring

By Kenny Walter Staff Writer Spring has arrived and so have the runners, the walkers and the bike riders. However, for many who are now taking advantage...

Next-of-Kin Registry available using paper applications

New Jersey residents with a valid permit, driver’s license or identification card will soon be able to include their emergency contact information in the...

Selling this spring? Stash the signs

By Marilyn Kennedy Melia Content That Works There’s no debating it: Political rhetoric is everywhere, thicker than ever this election year. While homeowner associations often limit...

Conservation scholarship open to New Jersey college students

A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded this summer to a New Jersey student majoring in natural resource conservation, environmental science or a related field...

17-year-olds encouraged to register to vote

A recent law change enables every eligible 17-year-old New Jersey citizen to register to vote with the understanding that they may not vote until they become...

Youth can participate in MLB Pitch Hit & Run April 24

The South Brunswick Athletic Association will hold a free Scotts Major League Baseball Pitch Hit & Run competition, 9-11 a.m., April 24, at Rowland...

How to flip the script – with paint

By Marilyn Kennedy Melia CTW Features They may not say they want a home because it has spotless walls and pristine moldings. But consciously or unconsciously, buyers...

Weichert launches new brand for property management services

The Weichert Family of Companies announces the launch of its wholly owned property management company, Aureus Property Management. Aureus builds upon Weichert’s more than...

Home, sweet homeowner tax deductions

There are important deductions you can claim if you own or purchased a home in the past year By Erik J. Martin Content That Works Owning a...

Millstone accident under investigation

MILLSTONE - The New Jersey State Police is investigating a two-vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of Sweetmans Lane and Stillhouse Road and...

County library to celebrate Shakespeare

The Monmouth County Library will host a series of events during April in honor of William Shakespeare, who is credited as the author of...

Allentown council introduces $2.36 million budget

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer ALLENTOWN - The Borough Council has introduced a $2.36 million budget for 2016 that essentially holds municipal taxes flat this year....

BPU gives final approval to pipeline

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer A New Jersey Natural Gas (NJNG) plan to construct a 30-mile-long high-pressure natural gas pipeline through portions of Burlington, Monmouth and...

Wine and spirits event to be held at the Baird Homestead

By Matthew Sockol Staff Writer MILLSTONE - Residents and guests will have an opportunity to take part in a paranormal experience when L’Aura Hladik Hoffman, a...

Examiner on campus Jan. 28

John Masserini of Allentown has been named to the dean’s list for the 2015 fall semester at Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee.   Kasey Homan of Allentown...

Volunteers sought for annual stream cleanup

By Matthew Sockol Staff Writer MILLSTONE - Organizers of Millstone Township's 10th annual stream cleanup are seeking volunteers who want to help keep the community beautiful. The...
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