Tentative budget fails to win BOE approval in Spring Lake

SPRING LAKE — A tentative school budget for 2019-2020 failed to win approval by the Spring Lake Board of Education Monday night, failing...

St. Rose girls repeat as state basketball champs

TOMS RIVER – The St. Rose girls basketball team demonstrated the old sports adage "Defense wins championships" on Saturday with a 45-42 victory over...

Application withdrawn for medical marijuana dispensary

BRICK TOWNSHIP -- The application for a medical marijuana dispensary planned for Adamston Road has been withdrawn, however there are still plans to use...

Former Belmar health aid charged with credit card theft

BELMAR — A former health care aid has been arrested and charged with theft after allegedly using the credit cards of a 90-year-old victim...

County tracks toll of opioids

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Black Balloon Day, a day of remembrance for all of those who have died and been affected by opioid abuse and...

Dune project clouds summer for Bay Head

BAY HEAD — Officials were dismayed to learn this week that work is expected to begin in May on the long anticipated coastal beach...

‘How to Color the Universe’ at InfoAge March 9

WALL TOWNSHIP – Ever wonder what a black hole actually looks like? How about a colliding galaxy? What would it be like to virtually walk...

Girl Scouts explore ‘World Thinking Day’ in Brielle

BRIELLE — More than 100 Girl Scouts in kindergarten through seventh-grade got together to celebrate diverse world cultures on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Seven scout troops from...

Read Across America gets bilingual in Bradley

BRADLEY BEACH- Students in Bradley Beach Elementary School celebrated Read Across America last week differently than most schools. On March 1, students in the school...

A decade of Squan-A-Thon to be celebrated March 15

MANASQUAN — The Manasquan school district community is preparing for the 10th annual Squan-A-Thon on Friday, March 15, to raise money for local families affected...