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COVID’s impact: The ‘burbs’ are back, retail is changing

By Michele S. Byers Not long ago, experts who track New Jersey’s land use and development trends were putting the nail in the coffin of...

Free virtual seminar for first-time homebuyers set for Oct. 20

Chiquita Pittman, a top producing agent for RE/MAX Platinum, is partnering with the Puerto Rican Action Board (PRAB) to host a free virtual seminar...

Monmouth news briefs, Oct. 21

The 18th annual RAT Rock Open Charity Golf Classic, benefiting LADACIN Network, was held on Sept. 29 at Jumping Brook Country Club, Neptune. Doug...

Tri-Town News Datebook, Oct. 21

• New Jersey Blood Services will conduct blood drives which are open to the public. The following blood drives are scheduled: Oct. 22, Howell...

New Jersey American Water verifies systems are compliant with lead, copper testing guidelines

New Jersey American Water has completed its required lead and copper sampling for 2020 and all systems tested meet state water quality regulations. The company...

New virtual programs added by Zimmerli Art Museum

The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University will offer a variety of virtual programs this fall as the museum remains closed to the public...

Jackson officials file complaint with utility board regarding Altice services

JACKSON - Municipal officials have filed a complaint with the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU) against Altice (also known as Optimum) in...

Tri-Town News news briefs, Oct. 21

Plans have been submitted to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for review of the proposed development of a Wawa convenience store...

Councilman: Jackson businesses feeling pinch of pandemic

JACKSON - Seven months into the 2020 coronavirus pandemic, numerous Jackson businesses have been negatively impacted and/or closed their doors. Township Councilman Martin Flemming owns...

Learn about internet gaming disorders through virtual presentation

Internet Gaming Disorder: Is it Really a Problem? Dr. Emily Brunner, a specialist in addiction medicine, will discuss internet gaming disorders, which were recognized by...

Jackson council members approve open space purchase

JACKSON - Members of the Jackson Township Council will purchase a 4-acre parcel on Cassville Road in the Cassville section of the municipality and...

Make-A-Wish beneficiary makes donation to K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital

Hackensack Meridian Children’s Health’s K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune, received a PlayStation game console and large screen HD...

Monmouth County clerk honors Wikoff with annual Clayton award

Alice Wikoff of Allentown, who serves as the borough's historian, has been named the winner of the 2020 Jane G. Clayton Award. The award was...

An eloquent witness to Earth’s changing climate

By Michele S. Byers In his 94 years, British naturalist and broadcaster David Attenborough has explored every part of the Earth, from polar ice caps...

O’Donnell, de Garmeaux seek Township Council seat in Howell

HOWELL – Republican Evelyn O’Donnell and Democrat Andre de Garmeaux are seeking one available four-year term on the Howell Township Council in the Nov....

Tri-Town News Datebook, Oct. 14

• New Jersey Blood Services will conduct blood drives which are open to the public. The following blood drives are scheduled: Oct. 15, Howell...

Tri-Town News On Campus, Oct. 14

About 2,000 Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y., students earned their undergraduate, graduate or law degrees this spring and summer. The following local residents were among...

Howell chamber president: Business owners working to survive pandemic

HOWELL - Tom Comer, the president of the Howell Chamber of Commerce, is asking area residents to shop local as the community continues to...
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