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Jackson residents may submit comments about Altice service

JACKSON - According to municipal officials in Jackson, for some time, Altice customers have been experiencing issues with services provided by the company. In a...

History and hiking in New Jersey are perfect together

By Michele S. Byers It’s hard to go more than a few miles in New Jersey without bumping into an historic site. The state isn’t...

Tri-Town News news briefs, March 3

Howell Township Council members have appointed Susan Minock as the new municipal clerk for a term of three years, effective Feb. 24. Minock was previously...

New law will keep parents in the dark about children’s use of alcohol, marijuana

By Thomas A. Arnone I am making this statement on behalf of myself and the Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners. The majority of New Jersey...

Tri-Town News Datebook, March 3

• Ocean County College’s Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts will present a discussion by Temple Grandin on March 13 at 7...

Tri-Town News On Campus, March 3

Michael Edelman of Howell has been named to the dean's list for Fall 2020 at the University of Hartford, West Hartford, Conn. The following students...

Howell council members ratify new PBA contract; mayor abstains

HOWELL - Members of the Howell Township Council have voted 4-0 with one abstention to ratify a new contract with the Howell Police Benevolent...

Transportation becomes topic of discussion at Howell council meeting

HOWELL - Municipal officials spoke about mass transit in Howell during a recent discussion regarding transportation and circulation throughout the municipality. During the Feb. 9...

Monmouth County News Briefs, March 3

The administration of Gov. Phil Murphy has announced plans to spend $1.2 billion in federal COVID-19 relief funds to address the academic and mental...

Howell residents advocate for switch to nonpartisan municipal election

HOWELL - Five residents with different political backgrounds have started a petition drive with the goal of changing Howell's partisan form of government to...

Poetry writing workshop will take prompt from ‘The Wiz’

For this month’s Daily Menu, the NAMI NJ Expressive Arts Cafe is reviving the Broadway play "The Wiz" to inspire a prompt for a...

DEP offers seasonal jobs in state parks, forests; at natural and historic sites

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is accepting applications for hundreds of jobs in state parks and forests, and at natural and...

Mayor calls for Howell ethics committee to be revived

HOWELL - Mayor Theresa Berger wants to revive a local ethics committee that has not existed in Howell for almost 20 years. Berger addressed the...

Howell council members discuss return to in-person meetings

HOWELL - Members of the Howell Township Council have opened a conversation about resuming in-person meetings of the governing body that members of the...

Gov. Murphy signs adult use cannabis reform bills into state law 

Gov. Phil Murphy has signed adult use cannabis reform bills into law, legalizing and regulating cannabis use and possession for adults 21 years and...

Twin Lights Historical Society keeps interest in site alive with internet efforts

By Muriel J. Smith HIGHLANDS - For six decades, the Twin Lights Historical Society thrived where other organizations sometimes struggled, drawing a steady stream of...

Monmouth senators lead effort to spur K-12 regionalization, county-wide school districts  

Two Monmouth County state senators and the state Senate president from southern New Jersey have announced they are introducing legislation to encourage the creation...

Kiley, Beson to seek nominations to run for county commissioner

Republican Sue Kiley of Hazlet and Democrat Mike Beson of Ocean Township have announced their intention to run for a three-year term on the...
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