Belmar settles age bias lawsuit filed by three lifeguards

BELMAR– The borough has struck a truce with three veteran lifeguards who had sued the borough for age discrimination, with two being hired back and...

Tournament of Champions crowns geography winner

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS — Tuesday afternoon marked the fourth annual Tournament of Champion Geography Bee at Spring Lake Heights Elementary School . With question after...

Memorial advances with win over Hightstown

BRICK — The No. 3 seeded Brick Memorial wrestling team held off a late comeback to defeat No. 7 Hightstown, 45-21, in the opening...

Raccoon kills family pet in Belmar

BELMAR — The Belmar Police Department has issued an alert after a family cat was attacked and killed by a raccoon at a home...

Brick claims home rivalry win over Memorial

BRICK — Brick Township defeated Brick Memorial 50-45, at home on Tuesday, Feb. 5, thanks to the early shooting of Anthony Mansicalco and the...

Braving cold waters for an ALS fundraiser

MANASQUAN — Temperatures in the high 20s did not stop hundreds of participants from running into the Atlantic Ocean Saturday afternoon for the 13th...

Winter Classic presents an inclusive brand of hockey

AVON — Hockey is for everyone, a crowd chanted Sunday afternoon at Avon Pond. On a warm, sunny, Feb. 3 afternoon, a large crowd gathered...

Point Boro girls swim to program’s first division title

WALL — The B South has a new champion in the pool as the Point Boro girls swimming team outlasted Donovan Catholic 94-76 in...

Verizon cell plan opposed by Lavallette residents

LAVALLETTE — In the face of heavy local opposition, a Verizon Wireless representative told residents last week that the company plans to pursue plans...

Eight-graders explore future choices during Career Day

POINT PLEASANT — Eighth-grade students explored potential paths for the future as they spoke with professionals in many fields about their careers at Memorial...