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Search at Shark River seeks missing Lake Como man

LAKE COMO — The search for Lake Como resident Mark Ritter, 56, has been ongoing at Shark River and the surrounding area since Sunday afternoon. According...

Falling temperatures didn’t deter LADACIN plungers

  MANASQUAN — Even with air temperatures in the 30s and the ocean rolling, plungers took to the beach for the 10th annual LADACIN Polar Plunge.   At...

Blue HART has major impact in first year

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Stephen C. had been using heroin for 10 years. So long, he said, that he couldn’t remember how or why he started. When...

Home-schooled athletes score big with new policy

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Home-schooled student athletes are now able to participate in school district athletics. During the board of education’s Jan. 10 meeting, board members...

Shore rallies to oppose offshore drilling plan

POINT PLEASANT — Local fishermen have joined a chorus of state and local groups in denouncing plans to allow exploration for oil and gas...

Members of the public speak on Waypoint 622 variances

BRIELLE — The two attorneys opposing the variance requests by local restaurant Waypoint 622 called upon members of the public as witnesses at the case’s...

Spring Lake escapes blizzard unscathed, mayor says

  SPRING LAKE — Other than leaving large mountains of snow, the bomb cyclone that buried the Jersey Shore on Thursday spared the Borough of Spring...

Fire damages former Hollycroft Inn bed-and-breakfast

LAKE COMO — A fire broke out last week at 2 Ripley Lane in Lake Como, borough officials have confirmed. The home, formerly the well-known...

First town meeting of 2018 looks to future road projects

AVON-BY-THE-SEA — The 2017 road program plans have been completed and the project will continue into 2018. With the Avon Commissioners elected every four years,...

Reorganization meeting starts off Sea Girt’s year

SEA GIRT — Councilwoman Diane Anthony and Fire Chief Carl Scipione both began their tenure in their new positions on Jan. 3. With the use...

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