Parade of powerboats floats through Point Pleasant Beach

The 2019 Point Pleasant Beach Grand Prix Boat Parade attracted visitors from far and wide to the borough on Saturday, as competing powerboat teams...

Brick’s Bandejas suffers second-straight defeat

NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Ricky Bandejas experienced something new and unpleasant in his Bellator 222 bout with Patrick Mix. The Brick Township native suffered back-to-back...

Make way for ducklings

WALL TOWNSHIP – Two township police officers took time to help some mallard ducklings make their way safely across a busy road in a...

St. Peter students publish out-of-this-world stories

POINT PLEASANT BEACH - Fourth-graders at St. Peter School have used their creative writing skills to publish their own book filled with stories about...

Little Red Library’s 125-year legacy

POINT PLEASANT BEACH— The Point Pleasant Beach Library, also known affectionately as the “Little Red Library,” celebrated 125 years of nurturing a love of...

Small businesses courted in Brick

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Small businesses interested in moving into vacated storefronts will have the opportunity to have their construction fees waived by the township...

Pastor’s service inspires church

POINT PLEASANT — Congregants across county lines are coming together to show their support for a local pastor who has taken up the call...

It’s not magic, it’s science!

BRICK TOWNSHIP -— Classroom science experiments were in full effect at Brick Memorial High School’s annual Science Night Out where over 200 students and...

NIGHT & DAY BEST BITES 2019

We have your guide to eating and dining in Monmouth Ocean Counties in our June 2019 Best Bites Issue. Don’t miss out on this...

Arts that dazzle at Algonquin

After lying dormant for over a decade, the Algonquin Theatre opened its doors once more in the early 90’s with the ability to handle...