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Fundraiser set for fire victims

Fundraiser set for fire victims

SEA GIRT — Support for a Sea Girt family whose home was destroyed in a fire last Wednesday is coming from several different efforts, including a Jan. 29 fundraising event in Belmar.

Neighbors Joseph and Paul Canterino have been collecting items for Michael White, a retired state trooper, his wife Tricia and their two children, who lost all their possessions, including their beloved dog Badger, in the fire.

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School vote in SquanSchool vote in Squan

MANASQUAN — In less than a week, Manasquan residents will head to the polls to vote on a proposed bond referendum to improve the infrastructure of both Manasquan High School and Manasquan Elementary School.

The referendum will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 24. A town hall meeting on the project will be held Saturday, Jan. 21.

The proposed project has a total cost of just over $12 million, with ...

Liquor bill gets key OKLiquor bill gets key OK

BELMAR — A controversial bill to extend seasonal liquor licenses by two months has survived a key committee test, leaving the fate of the measure — and possibly some local bar owners — in the hands of the full state senate.

The bill was approved by the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee on Thursday, Jan. 12 in a 3-2 vote, according to Assemblyman David Rible, a vocal opponent ...

Drug arrests on riseDrug arrests on rise

WALL TOWNSHIP — Narcotics have swept the nation, infiltrating communities from coast to coast. Wall Township has not been immune.

Last year, the Wall Township Police Department saw a surge of narcotics related arrests, up 74 percent for a total of 633 arrests, according to Committeewoman Ann Marie Conte.

Currently, Monmouth ...

B Street Band exits NJ gala for TrumpB Street Band exits NJ gala for Trump

BELMAR — Citing respect for Bruce Springsteen, a critic of President-elect Donald Trump, the B Street Band cancelled plans to perform in Washington DC on Inauguration Day.

The Belmar-based group, a Springsteen tribute band, had been slated to appear at the Garden State Gala, a New Jersey-themed Inauguration Day event, as it had done on Inauguration Days in 2009 and 2013.

The decision, which lead singer Will Forte attributed ...

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