Saturday morning at the library, all about tea

BRICK TOWNSHIP — It was a morning all about tea on Saturday at the Ocean County Library, Brick Branch. Judith Krall-Russo, food historian and...

FallFest helps Brick maintain a ‘small town’ feel

BRICK TOWNSHIP — The annual Brick FallFest celebration started with cloudy skies, yet crowds filled Windward Beach Park on Saturday to indulge in food,...

Mantoloking beach replenishment finally underway

MANTOLOKING — The beach fill component of the beach replenishment project is finally underway, despite persistent weather delays. The borough is one of several municipalities included...

Dragon Depot, not your average classroom

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Cooking up batches of Dragon’s Breath Jam, tending to the greenhouse and checking the inventory of the class store are just some...

Walk to End Alzheimer’s moves to Bradley Beach Oct. 14

BRADLEY BEACH — Bradley Beach will play host to the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which had previously been held in Point Pleasant...

‘Bartoberfest’ called off after Belmar legal threat

BELMAR — A "charity bar crawl" set for Oct. 21 was called off Friday after borough officials threatened legal action against the organizers, saying...

Fun trumps medals at Antrim Olympics

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Students from local towns gathered for a competitive Olympic Night Tuesday, but the event was more about sportsmanship and having...

Community Park gets a new playground

POINT PLEASANT — Borough officials brought out the giant scissors Tuesday afternoon to cut the ribbon symbolizing the official opening of the new playground...

Vandals spur talk of added surveillance cameras

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — After an act of vandalism at Pleasure Park, borough officials are discussing the possibility of deploying video cameras around town. “The...

Point Beach rallies to beat Manchester

POINT BEACH — The Point Beach girls volleyball team won its first home game of the season by defeating Manchester, 2-1, on Friday, Oct....