Normandy Beach presses aid pleas

BRICK TOWNSHIP — Normandy Beach residents continue to press township officials for action to mitigate the flooding problems they say are sometimes stranding them...

Antrim and PPBHS come together for Chinese Lunar New Year

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Chinese language students from Point Pleasant Beach High School came to G. Harold Antrim Elementary School on Wednesday to...

Six suspects arrested in West Belmar home invasion robbery

WALL TOWNSHIP – Police have announced the arrest of six suspects in a home invasion and robbery that occurred at a West Belmar residence...

St. Rose High School names top students in 2020 graduating class

BELMAR — To cap off National Catholic Schools Week, St. Rose High School named the top two students of this year’s graduating class, who...

$2M Fisher Family Fund announced for Point Beach

POINT PLEASANT BEACH — Steve and Sue Fisher, the couple who saved the Historic Gotlieb building from demolition, have stepped up once again for...

Wall school board mulls options for modernizing buildings

WALL TOWNSHIP — The school board is busy examining options and preparing to set priorities for repairing and modernizing the district’s aging infrastructure. According to...

Geography bee winners compete in Tournament of Champions

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — Some of the best brains from local classrooms sparred at Spring Lake Heights School this week, when a select few...

School board honors late BOE president Depaul

BRIELLE — The board of education honored the memory of former board member Stephen DePaul at the beginning of its Wednesday, Jan. 29 meeting....

Artifact from 1927 Mardi Gras returned to Bradley Beach

BRADLEY BEACH — A nearly 100-year-old trophy that had been given to the winner of a borough masquerade contest has been found and is...

LobsterFest organizers plan move from Bradley Beach

BRADLEY BEACH — In the wake of the decision by Bradley Beach to cancel LobsterFest this summer, the borough’s former event marketing partner has...