Tri Town News

Aging metal pipe will be replaced

PLUMSTED — Work to replace an aging culvert on Cranberry Canners Road in Plumsted Township is expected to be done this spring. The Ocean County...

Dance to raise funds for foundation

JACKSON –The James Volpe Foundation will host its first Winter Dinner Dance from 7-11 p.m. Feb. 27 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Bartley...

Exhibit about chair making to open

FREEHOLD – The Monmouth County Historical Association’s newest exhibition, “Of the Best Materials and Good Workmanship: 19th Century New Jersey Chairmaking” will open on...

Easter Seals partners with Century 21 Action Plus for mega raffle

As long-term community partners, Easter Seals New Jersey nonprofit organization and local Century 21 Affiliate, Century 21 Action Plus Realty are urging the community...
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Nurses on the front line of health care

By Christine Barcia For Lori Impastato, minutes, maybe even seconds, matter in her line of work. An emergency room nurse at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township,...

Gloria Nilson & Co. closes more than $1.5 billion in 2015

Gloria Nilson & Co. Real Estate closed more than $1.5 billion in real estate sales volume as of Dec. 31, 2015. Of particular note...

Renters invited to live rent-free for two months at brand-new The Waverly

Developer BNE Real Estate Group recently announced the extension of one of its most popular promotions to date: two full months of free rent...

Nursing profession leads workforce growth

By Christine Barcia Career opportunities in nursing are projected to explode in the next decade. “The Affordable Care Act will increase the need for advanced care...

Should you wait on rates?

Following years of inactivity, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates just slightly at the end of 2015. Here’s what that means for mortgages in...

Recognizing renters who make punctual payments

Rent payments now are being added to credit reports, benefiting timely paying tenants when they go to buy a home By Marilyn Kennedy Melia A record...

Weichert holds successful toy drive

The Weichert Family of Companies successfully completed its 37th Annual Toy Drive, collecting more than 16,500 new toys for families and children in need...

Musicians will rally to raise funds for Smithereens member, family

In response to Smithereens co-founder and lead guitarist Jim Babjak’s plea via Go Fund Me (https://www.gofundme.com/45hb4bjw), friend, fellow musician and Metuchen resident Danny Adlerman...

Ceremony in Jackson will be reminder of MIA/POWs

JACKSON - An empty chair and table will soon stand as a testament to the thousands of missing military members who have served in America's...

Couples share secrets of wedded bliss

By CHRISTINE BARCIA Staff writer Reminders of love flourish during the month of February. Hearts, roses, chocolates and cards are all reminders surrounding the celebration of...

Nominations for Berrie award due Feb. 19

Nominations are being accepted for the 20th annual Russ Berrie Making a Difference Award through Feb. 19. Members of the community are invited to nominate...

Two men charged with growing marijuana in Plumsted

PLUMSTED – A marijuana growing operation in the Cream Ridge section of Plumsted recently went up in smoke when an early morning chimney fire...

Autism safety workshop scheduled for Jan. 26

By Jennifer Ortiz HOWELL — A workshop addressing autism and safety will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the Howell Library, 318 Old...

Grant funds ‘paperless’ classroom

PLUMSTED – Administrators in the Plumsted Township School District recently celebrated the opening of a paperless classroom at the New Egypt Middle School. The paperless...
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