Officials brief residents on likely settlement of housing suit

MANASQUAN — The First Aid Squad building was packed last Saturday morning as dozens of residents gathered to hear an update from the mayor...

Cell tower application postponed again at Planning Board

POINT PLEASANT — Residents wishing to comment on an application before the borough planning board to place telecommunication antennae on the Memorial Drive Water...

Wall Fair runs all weekend, ending with fireworks Sunday

WALL TOWNSHIP — The annual four-day Wall Fair — offering rides, food and entertainment for all who attend — opens Thursday, June 28, and...

New look, same family feel at Marlins

After renovations last March, Marlins is showing off a redone and brand new interior as well as brand new outdoor dining space, which was...

Something new is brewing in Bradley

A little over two years ago a business idea involving beer and the community began to form in the minds of husband and wife...

Food, fun and family at Jenkinson’s

For 90 years Jenkinson’s in Point Pleasant Beach has been host to summers spent making memories on the Boardwalk for the local community and...

Fireworks and Festivities

SATURDAY, JUNE 30 BARNEGAT Location: Municipal Dock Concert by Reunited at 7 p.m. Fireworks at dusk. MATAWAN Location: Lake Lefferts Lakefront Festivities begin at dusk, fireworks begin at sundown. Rain date...

Lifeguards file notice of claim against Belmar

BELMAR — The borough has been notified that it may become the target of an age discrimination lawsuit by three lifeguards who lost their...

Policewoman’s gift restores sweet dreams for youngster

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — A young girl can now sleep soundly after Patrolwoman Samantha Levy presented 8-year-old Samantha “Sammi” Conway with a custom-made night...

Redevelopment eyed for Circle Outlets site in Wall

WALL TOWNSHIP – The planning board has recommended the township committee designate the former Peddlers Village/Circle Factory Outlets property as an area in need...