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Bias suit by former police officer settled by Wall Township

WALL TOWNSHIP — The township has agreed to a $500,000 settlement in a bias lawsuit filed by a former police officer who said he...

MONOC to cease emergency medical operations April 1

WALL TOWNSHIP — The Monmouth Ocean Hospital Service Corp. , will cease operations on April 1, after decades of providing emergency medical services along...

Wall man charged in 2019 death of his infant daughter

WALL TOWNSHIP — The Monmouth County Prosecutor's office has charged a Wall Township man with murder in the March 2019 death of his six-week-old...

St. Rose High School announces plans for expansion

BELMAR — St. Rose High School has announced plans to expand its educational facilities by selling an adjacent property to a developer who would...

Police officer controls accident site using sign language

BRIELLE — Brielle Police Officer Allison McCabe used sign language to communicate with a hearing-impaired bicyclist struck by a motor vehicle last week, calming...

Spring Lake plans to improve Worthington Avenue outfall pipe

SPRING LAKE – Spring Lake Borough Council approved a professional service agreement for engineering services to improve the Worthington Avenue outfall pipe.  Borough Engineer Peter...

Lake Como passes resolution for needs improvement study

LAKE COMO — The Borough of Lake Como Council approved a resolution that will authorize and direct Lake Como’s Planning Board to commission a...

Students to strike a pose at annual school fashion show

BELMAR — Students and staff at Belmar Elementary School will have the opportunity to hit the runway during the school’s second annual fashion show...

Manasquan proposes increase in beach fees for summer season

MANASQUAN — Manasquan Borough Council introduced several ordinances at the Tuesday night meeting, including one that will set new beach badge and parking permit...

Heights police LEAD students in ‘positive, pro-social’ class

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — Borough police officers visited Spring Lake Heights Elementary when school fifth-graders graduated a 10-week-long LEAD program on Wednesday, Jan....

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