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Rat complaints persist in Heights neighborhood

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — Rodents said to be coming from a local residence are still...

Results of paranormal investigation to be aired Sunday

MANASQUAN — Members of the community are invited to join the Squan Village Historical Society...

Witches of Spring Lake take to their paddleboards

SPRING LAKE — Some 130 witches traded brooms for paddleboards on Saturday morning to participate...

Bradley Beach will merge planning and zoning panels

BRADLEY BEACH — The borough’s planning board and zoning board of adjustment will merge into...

Life saving station to participate in annual Lighthouse Challenge

MANASQUAN — Squan Beach Life Saving Station will participate in the annual Lighthouse Challenge of...

Mental health awareness event set for Oct. 28

MANASQUAN — The Samaritan Center at the Jersey Shore will host its first Harvesting Hope...

Wreckage from fire on Bay Way ignited by homeowners handheld garden torch

BRICK TOWNSHIP — The three-alarm fire that damaged two properties in the Bay Harbor community...

Walking Wednesday, a school tradition

BAY HEAD — An estimated 40 children and 20 adults participated in National Walk to...

New minister shatters ‘stained glass ceiling’

Cheers, congratulations and prayers went out to Molly J. Ramsey, the newly appointed minister for...

Residents urge council to purchase wetland-sensitive lot

BAY HEAD — A group of residents is asking the borough to purchase a private...

Board of education honors outstanding educator and students

BAY HEAD — Each month an outstanding student and staff member will be recognized publicly...

Beach holds on for first win since 2019

Friday, Sept. 10 Point Beach 35 Lakewood 32 Point Beach held on to the three-point victory over...
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