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VFW Post aids Coast Guard families affected by shutdown

MANASQUAN — As the federal shutdown causes U.S. Coast Guard personnel to miss their mid-month salary payments, a Manasquan veterans group is extending a helping hand. “To the best of my knowledge, this marks the first...

Young artists get creative in Brielle Library event

BRIELLE — Snow creatures came to life Tuesday afternoon at the Brielle Public Library, as 12 Brielle youngsters learned how to draw yetis. The Young Rembrandts art class was instructed by Sandy Binger, who regularly teaches...

Merge planning, zoning boards, councilman recommends

BRADLEY BEACH — In the first official council meeting of the new year, a councilman called on the borough to combine the planning board and zoning board of adjustment. The request came at the board’s...

Walsifer sounds alarm on Belmar’s $27 million debt

BELMAR — Financial consultants painted a bleak picture of the borough’s fiscal health Tuesday in a presentation organized by Mayor Mark Walsifer. The borough, which has an annual operating budget of $15 million, faces more...

BOE may put MHS upgrades on the ballot in March

MANASQUAN — The Manasquan Board of Education is considering a March 12 referendum to address air quality and fire alarm system needs at Manasquan High School . School board members agreed to file paperwork for a...

Capt. Gary Olsen elevated to chief of police in Brielle

BRIELLE — The crowd in the borough council chambers spilled into the hallway with a sea of people cheering on the new Brielle chief of police on Monday night. As of Monday, Jan. 7, Capt. Gary...

Republicans take control of Belmar borough council

BELMAR — Assuming power for the first time in decades, borough Republicans extended a gesture of bipartisanship on Saturday, selecting the borough council’s lone Democrat, Thomas Brennan as council president for 2019. The move came...

Computer Deconstruction Lab at Wall’s InfoAge reopens

WALL TOWNSHIP — The fusion of two volunteer-run programs at InfoAge Science and History Learning Center will provide teens and adults with a space where they can express their creativity while getting more hands-on...

Brielle students help paint Algonquin theatre offices

BRIELLE — The Algonquin Arts Theatre in Manasquan had a makeover during December, thanks to students from Brielle and Manasquan. On Dec. 18 and 20, 13 students painted the six office rooms of the Algonquin Arts...

New Belmar mayor fast-tracks borough administrator pick

BELMAR — When it comes to who should be the borough’s new administrator, the choice appears to have already been made. Former Belmar police officer Edward Kirschenbaum took over as acting borough administrator on Jan....

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