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Allentown officials approve increases to water service fees

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer ALLENTOWN - Residents will see an increase in their quarterly water bill following action by the Borough Council to change a...

New Egypt farm affords guests a chance to meet llamas

By Christine Barcia Staff Writer PLUMSTED - Faced with an empty nest, Bev Vienckowski knew what she wanted to do next in life. "I wanted to live...

Sports shorts

Down 8-7 at halftime against University March 10, Lycoming College's women’s lacrosse team exploded out of the gate in the second half, with sophomore Jordan...

Comedy show will boost runner’s cause

On March 19 at the Hightstown Fire Company banquet hall in Hightstown, Roosevelt resident and New Jersey 101.5 radio personality Steve Trevelise and comedians...

School budget expected to carry tax hike

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE - The Millstone Township K-8 School District Board of Education expects to introduce the 2016-17 budget at its meeting on March...

Redbirds’ Weise ready to take on bigger role next season

By Wayne Witkowski Ryan Weise has been one of the big three contributors to Allentown High School's girls basketball team after it secured its third...

Master Gardeners graduate

Twenty-seven men and women became certified Monmouth County Master Gardeners during a recent graduation ceremony held at Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune. Local graduates of...

New credit score opens door to ‘credit invisibles’

By Erik J. Martin Content That Works Bright borrowers know that a higher credit score, an indication of creditworthiness, can help them qualify for more preferred...

Keeping your 4K Ultra HD TV? Put it in writing

Gourmet cooks covet their ovens and clean freaks dote on their front-loaders, but most Americans would probably agree there’s one appliance they love above...

Weichert, Realtors names Chris Anthony as Regional Manager of the Year for 2015

Carlo Siracusa, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that Chris Anthony of the Toms River office was named the region’s Manager of the...

Gun-shaped cell phone case is worrisome to local police

By Jennifer Amato Staff Writer A gun-shaped cell phone case is causing concern among local police departments. The North Brunswick Police Department recently shared a Facebook message...

Found money: Financing home improvements

Home improvement stores should be crowded this spring, as record numbers of homeowners tackle project they’ve been putting off. “In most markets across the country,...

CBA names assistant coach Mulligan as new head soccer coach

The Christian Brothers Academy (CBA) Athletic Department has found the replacement for its legendary boys soccer coach, Dan Keane, and it didn't need to...

Precious memories shaped by family dinners

By CLARE MARIE CELANO When I was a child, Sunday family dinners were a ritual, a regular occurrence, not a rarity. Think Tom Selleck’s Sunday...

‘The Joker’ roller coaster to debut

JACKSON - A roller coaster that is coming to the Six Flags Great Adventure theme park this spring now has a name: The Joker. The...

Allentown council introduces ordinance to establish OEM

By Andrew Martins Staff Writer ALLENTOWN - The Borough Council has introduced an ordinance that, if adopted, will create the Allentown Office of Emergency Management, the...

Examiner Datebook, March 10

• The Board of Fire Commissioners for Millstone Township Fire District No. 1 has a vacancy due to the resignation of one of the...

Parcel could be used for affordable housing

By Matthew Sockol Correspondent MILLSTONE — Municipal officials are taking action to acquire a piece of property that could eventually be the location of affordable housing. The...
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