Squan tidies its shore with annual community beach sweep

MANASQUAN — Over 100 people, some locals and some out-of-state helpers, visited the shores of Manasquan for an annual community beach sweep on Saturday, April 21. The beach sweep...

Bike plan pedals forward in township safety effort

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Less than a day after another pedestrian fatality on a local road, the township hosted a public forum to create a...

Sea Girt touts ‘Knox Boxes’ for seasonal residences

SEA GIRT — With many seasonal residences within the borough, the Sea Girt Fire Company and the Sea Girt Fire Bureau have recommended to...

Borough teams with Neptune Township on bulkhead fix

BRADLEY BEACH — The borough and a neighboring township have agreed to an interlocal agreement for improvements to Fletcher Lake, which spans both towns. On...

Public discussions on bus compound site put on hold

WALL TOWNSHIP — The future location of the school district’s bus compound is on hold until late June or July, while alternatives to a...

Flooding from lake dredging riles residents

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — According to some residents the Little Silver Lake dredging project has made a mess of Arnold and Ocean avenues and...

Police issue advisory on road closures for active shooter drill

MANASQUAN — More than a dozen law enforcement agencies are staging a “realistic” active shooter simulation at St. Denis School today and traffic...

No decision yet on Grand Victorian Hotel expansion

SPRING LAKE — The application made by the owners of the Grand Victorian Hotel, 1505 Ocean Ave., seeking a use variance for the expansion...

Heights holds a grand finale for ‘Every Voice Educates’

MANASQUAN — Students from Spring Lake Heights Elementary School concluded this year’s Every Voice Educates program with presentations and a fashion show...

Borough receives recycling grant from the state

AVON-BY-THE-SEA — Funding coming from the state will be used for recycling purposes within the borough. Two resolutions were passed at the Monday, April 9,...