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Rat complaints persist in Heights neighborhood

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — Rodents said to be coming from a local residence are still bothering borough residents, according to citizens who attended a...

Witches of Spring Lake take to their paddleboards

SPRING LAKE — Some 130 witches traded brooms for paddleboards on Saturday morning to participate in the annual Witches of Spring Lake Paddle for...

Six elementary schools compete in Antrim Olympics

POINT BEACH — Youngsters were once again given the opportunity to become award-winning athletes in this year’s G. Harold Antrim Elementary Olympic Night, held...

Prosecutor’s office charges two in alleged golf outing scam

 FREEHOLD — A Belmar resident is among two suspects indicted for theft after allegedly stealing more than $126,000 from eight victims under the auspices...

Jersey Shore BBQ shuts down Belmar location

BELMAR — Jersey Shore BBQ's flagship restaurant in Belmar Plaza has closed, according to a post on the company's social media pages, but the...

St. Rose Grammar School nears 100th anniversary

BELMAR — St. Rose Grammar School is near its 100th anniversary, and the school community is preparing to celebrate the history of the school...

CERT members honored at council meeting

LAVALLETTE — Lavallette’s Community Emergency Response Team was honored and presented with certificates of appreciation at Monday, Oct. 4’s council meeting. According to the...

Planning‌ ‌board‌ ‌authorizes Monmouth Executive Airport‌ ‌improvements ‌

WALL TOWNSHIP — The township planning board Monday night unanimously granted Monmouth Executive Airport final approval for improvements designed to comply with standards set...

Kids Fishing Derby reels in the fun for families

WALL TOWNSHIP —  More than 80 participants took part in the township's first Kids Fishing Derby held since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The...

Seafood Festival, St. Patrick’s Day parade to return in 2022

BELMAR — Some of the borough’s biggest annual events will be making a return in the next year, 20 months after the COVID-19 pandemic...
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