Events to end summer perfectly

August is the final month of summer, making it kind of like the Sunday of the weekend: You know the end is near, but...

Scaturro replaces Brando as GOP mayoral candidate

BRICK TOWNSHIP — With Republican Domenick Brando bowing out of the mayoral race, former Councilwoman Ruthanne Scaturro has been selected by theBrick Republican County...

A Confederate flag is panned, but not banned

MANASQUAN — A Confederate flag has been flying over a Manasquan beachfront property and one neighbor was unhappy enough about it to seek an expression...

Amateur Radio Club spends day at Sea Girt Lighthouse

SEA GIRT — Members of the Garden State Amateur Radio Affiliation spent the day at the Sea Girt Lighthouse Saturday, Aug. 19. “We...

Sixth Annual Beach Music Festival coming Aug. 29

BELMAR— The sixth annual Beach Music Festival will hit the beach on Tuesday, Aug. 29 with four local bands at 6 p.m. at 5th...

Lake Como receives grant for Cops in Shops Program

LAKE COMO — The borough has received a grant from the state Department of Law and Public Safety, Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, to...

Retiring Avon official, Tim Gallagher, to be honored Aug. 28

AVON-BY-THE-SEA — A special gathering will be held Monday, Aug. 28 in celebration of Timothy Gallagher, longtime borough clerk and administrator, as he approaches his...

Comeback is planned for Belmar’s Police Explorer program

BELMAR — Borough Councilman Mark Walsifer and other officials are working to bring back Belmar’s Police Explorer program. “Right now we are in the planning...

Solar eclipse a sight for shore eyes

MANASQUAN — Manasquan Girl Scout leader Leah Yasenchak, brought her Troop 1918 girls to Windward Beach Park Monday to view a “once-in-lifetime” event. There,...

After-school plan delayed to Oct. 1 at H.W. Mountz

SPRING LAKE — The start date of H.W. Mountz Elementary School’s new Tiger Den After Care program has been postponed to Oct. 1 due to...