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On July 4th, Warplanes to Conduct Flyover Along the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty

July 4, 2020

NEW JERSEY - The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has announced the scheduled July 4th flyover of New York City and the Hudson River, as part of its "salute to the Great Cities of the American Revolution."

Reportedly led by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, the flyover will also consist of F-15 and F-22 fighters U.S. Marine Corps F-35 fighters, as well as USAF B-1, B-2, and B-52 ...

Veteran Care Services, dedicated to those who gave us our Independence Day

"The Veteran Care Service team's focus on benefits for our Veterans really fills a void in our society. They carry the banner that says don't forget the sacrifice these men and women have made for our Country! They provide a clear and concise way for these folks to access the benefits and programs that they earned, need and deserve." Ron T.

NEW JERSEY: As always, Veteran Care ...

Mosquito Control Important in New Jersey After Mild Winter

June 30, 2020

TRENTON, NJ — As the phased reopening of New Jersey continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic and warming weather, the Department of Environmental Protection reminds the public that controlling the mosquito population and risk for disease is more important than ever, Commissioner Catherine R. McCabe said.

With public health in the spotlight as a result of the pandemic, residents doing ...

VIDEO: Comfort Keepers Honors CareOne Healthcare Heroes, Celebrates National Day of Joy

 

Above: Comfort Keepers Executive Director of Business Development, Linda Sirico with CareOne Holmdel Healthcare Heroes.

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: On Wednesday, June 24th, Comfort Keepers of Shrewsbury celebrated their Annual National Day of Joy by choosing to honor CareOne healthcare workers at multiple locations, with the simple joy of ice cream! The ...

FDA Warns Against Specific Hand-Sanitizer Products from Mexico

The FDA has published an advisory to the public not to use any hand sanitizer manufactured by Eskbiochem SA deCV in Mexico due to the potential presence of methanol. “Methanol is not an acceptable ingredient for hand sanitizers and should not be used due to its toxic effects,” read the advisory.

An increased awareness for hand hygiene during the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing the ...

Recent COVID-19 Transmission Flare-Up May Cause Pause to NJ's Reopening

July 6, 2020

TRENTON, NJ  — Newly-released COVID-19 figures that show New Jersey maybe heading in the wrong direction could mean the state will be forced to remain in Stage 2 of its recovery plan longer than expected.

Gov. Phil Murphy and Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said Monday during the state’s coronavirus press briefing that the rate of ...

Gov. Murphy Cutting Back COVID-19 Press Briefings to 3 Days A Week

TRENTON, NJ — New Jersey’s daily coronavirus press briefings, which began in March, will now be held three days a week, Gov. Phil Murphy said Monday afternoon. 

“Unless you hear otherwise, and sadly given the world right now in the state of COVID in the country we may shift courses, but we're going to go to a Monday, Wednesday, Friday schedule beginning ...

Four Lessons to remember From COVID-19

Six months ago, the crystal-coated ball dropped in Times Square, and we cheered in a brand-new year. At that moment, none of us knew what waited for us just a short hop ahead. Before the first quarter even had a chance to close out its books, businesses shifted from in-person operations to a new digital reality that most of us weren’t fully prepared for. Terms like “social ...

Rutgers to use Remote Instruction For Majority of Classes

July 6, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – It took Jonathan Holloway less than a week in his position as Rutgers president to make his first major move, announcing at a news conference that the university will be employing remote instruction for the vast majority of its students in the fall.

Students pursuing disciplines that require the use of university facilities – engineering, performing arts, ...

Rutgers, Named for a Slave Owner, Will Keep its Name, Says University's First Black President

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Even in this era where statues of explorers are being dismantled, schools named after presidents are being rebranded and sports teams are replacing racially insensitive nicknames, don't expect Rutgers to change its name.

The subject was raised to new university president Jonathan Holloway at a news conference on Monday at Winants Hall - the very building Rutgers' ...

Health Insurance: NJEA delivers huge win for members with support from Senator Declan O’Scanlon

TRENTON, NJ - The New Jersey Education Association notched a massive legislative win on Monday by finally reducing the financial costs of their New Jersey members for health insurance. The legislation approved is navigating its way to the Governors desk.

Who will actually pay for it remains to be seen. For now, the teachers union can bask in victory as Republicans ...

Election Ballot Sample and Drop Box Locations for July 7 Primary

July 1, 2020

FREEHOLD, NJ — Secured drop boxes for depositing completed mail-in ballots for the July 7 primary election have been placed at five locations throughout Monmouth County. They are:

Eatontown Borough Municipal Building


47 Broad Street 
Located at rear entrance


Englishtown Borough Municipal Building

15 Main Street  
Located at rear ...

Republican candidates Flynn and Luccarelli hold fundraiser at Patricia's in Holmdel

HOLMDEL, NJ - A who's who of local, county and state Republicans stopped by on a beautiful Thursday evening to support the local Republican ticket of Flynn and Luccarelli as well as newly reopened local businesses.  Flynn and Luccarelli are running on the line with President Donald Trump. The event was an opportunity for them to speak with Holmdel residents, enjoy a good meal ...

Red Bank YMCA Offers Fresh Produce on July 1

July 2, 2020

RED BANK, NJ: The Red Bank Family YMCA will distribute 179 boxes of fresh produce for those in need on Wednesday, July 1, from 12noon to 2pm.  

The Red Bank Y is located at 166 Maple Avenue and has been working with Seashore Produce under the “Friends of Farmers” program.

A lot of families are far from out of the woods and need your help. 

The ...

Community YMCA Partners with Local Agencies to Distribute Nearly 10,000 Meals and Food Supplies During Pandemic

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County pivoted immediately when its facilities shut down in March as the COVID crisis started. The gym floors, exercise spaces and pools were vacant, but employees and volunteers jumped into action to respond to critical community needs.

Working in partnership with area food banks and community organizations, the Y has been distributing ...

‘People Are Still Fighting For Their Lives, Nearly One Year After Her Mother’s Passing, Access Hollywood’s Lindsay Meyers Stresses Urgency of Blood Donations

NEW JERSEY — Every now and then we may notice the faint blue and purple lines on the inside of our wrists when we check our watches for the time, or notice these veins bulging throughout our bodies after a strenuous workout. But seldom are we reminded of the nutrient-rich blood flowing through them that keep us alive. While the thought of having blood running through our veins is ...

Murphy Calls on Feds to Mandate Face Coverings

July 6, 2020

New Jersey - Gov. Phil Murphy called upon the federal government to mandate face coverings as the spread of COVID-19 surges across the America's Sunbelt.

Murphy said New Jersey is seeing a small spike in cases due to travelers coming into the Garden State from Florida and South Carolina during a Sunday morning interview on "Meet the Press."

“This thing is lethal. New ...

Gov. Murphy Extends Public Health Emergency Another 30 Days, Raises Limit on Outdoor Gatherings to 500

TRENTON, NJ -- Gov. Phil Murphy announced at his daily COVID-19 press briefing on Thursday that he has extended New Jersey's public health emergency another 30 days due to the coronavirus, even though the spread of the disease has slowed significantly by many important measures. For instance, hospitalizations are down 94% from New Jersey's peak and 12% from June 17, and the ...

Gov. Murphy: Casinos, Amusement Parks, Museums, Libraries, Among Businesses Set to Open July 2

TRENTON, NJ -- At his daily COVID-19 press briefing on Wednesday, Gov. Phil Murphy announced the reopening schedule that continues tomorrow – with social distancing and face covering requirements in place – for the following businesses:

Casinos,
Outdoor amusement parks and water parks,
Museums and libraries,
Indoor recreation, and
Gyms/fitness centers (for individualized ...

VIDEO: Middletown High School South student, Cree Ossner, is the ‘Swish Machine’ creator on YouTube

July 2, 2020

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - You may have seen the amazing video below that is part genius, part mad scientist and most incredibly talented. If you watched it before you may have certainly shared it with your friends since it is that interesting and fun. However, you may not have known that the video and many like it are the work of an incredibly talented local teenager from right ...

Swing Loose Indoor Golf Welcomes Customers Back

HOLMDEL, NJ – Welcome to the Neighborhood's Premiere Indoor Golf Venue!  Swing Loose® Indoor Golf in Bell Works is pleased to announce it is re-opening and welcoming customers back to practice & play golf indoors. Swing Loose® Indoor Golf is an indoor golf training/practice, entertainment, corporate event, and competition facility.  

Golfers of ...

Holmdel Hornets Get Ready! NJSIAA Announces Guidelines For Return to High School Sports

HOLMDEL, NJ - The NJSIAA took one step closer to fall sports in 2020, with the release of the Phase I regulations by the NJSIAA COVID-19 Medical Advisory Taskforce. With a new Athletic Director just hired in Holmdel, the timing is perfect.

The task force is chaired by former NJSIAA Executive Committee president Mary Liz Ivins.  She is joined Dr. Jack Kripsak, chair of the NJSIAA Medical ...

A Heart Broken Open, the gift to enter into the suffering of others

July 1, 2020

Reflection – July 2020
When we hold our suffering in a way that opens us to greater compassion, 
 heartbreak becomes a source of healing, deepening our empathy for others
who suffer and extending our ability to reach out to them. 
~ Parker Palmer

Not long ago I received a tender letter from someone whose heartbreak eventually led to becoming a source of compassion for ...

Swing Loose Indoor Golf Welcomes Customers Back

June 28, 2020

HOLMDEL, NJ – Welcome to the Neighborhood's Premiere Indoor Golf Venue!  Swing Loose® Indoor Golf in Bell Works is pleased to announce it is re-opening and welcoming customers back to practice & play golf indoors. Swing Loose® Indoor Golf is an indoor golf training/practice, entertainment, corporate event, and competition facility.  

Golfers of ...

Colts Neck's Got Talent: Anna Thoresen Awarded Best Supporting Actress in a Musical

COLTS NECK, NJ - Move over Broadway, Anna Thoresen has something to sing! The Axelrod Performing Arts Center, located five minutes from downtown Asbury Park, is one of the premier professional theaters at the Jersey Shore. They recently announced their winners in the NJ High School 'Axe Awards'.

One of the winners is Colts Neck resident Anna Thoresen.

Thoresen is a student ...

Holmdel's Bell Works to bring local community drive-in movie and dining experience

HOLMDEL, NJ: With movie theaters closed and families looking for entertainment on a summer evening, towns across the state are looking at providing outdoor movie experiences. During the Township committee meeting on Tuesday evening via Zoom,  the governing body approved the request from Bell Works, permitting Bell Works to utilize their vast open parking lots to ...

NJ Restaurant Association CEO Predicts More Closures if Indoor Dining Does Not Return Soon

July 6, 2020

TRENTON, NJ -- Gov. Phil Murphy surprised restaurant owners who had been preparing for the return of indoor dining on Thursday, July 2, by announcing just four days before that indoor seating would be delayed indefinitely. 

Having spent money ordering food, retraining workers, and purchasing PPE and cleaning supplies, restaurant owners were justifiably upset when he postponed the ...

Monmouth ACTS Launches Financial Recovery Initiative, Freeholder Deputy Director Sue Kiley to Lead

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: Monmouth ACTS (Assisting Community Through Services) officially launched the Financial Recovery Initiative to help support the financial needs of Monmouth County residents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Monmouth ACTS was launched in 2019 by the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders to carry out recommendations of a 2016 Human Services Needs ...

Gov. Murphy Indefinitely Postpones Indoor Dining in New Jersey

TRENTON, NJ -- Although he planned to loosen restrictions on indoor dining in New Jersey on Thursday, July 2, Gov. Phil Murphy announced at his daily COVID-19 press conference Monday that he will delay the reopening. He provided no timetable of when indoor dining -- even at reduced capacity -- would resume.

Murphy pointed to packed crowds at outdoor bars and restaurants -- with ...

Veteran Care Services, dedicated to those who gave us our Independence Day

July 2, 2020

"The Veteran Care Service team's focus on benefits for our Veterans really fills a void in our society. They carry the banner that says don't forget the sacrifice these men and women have made for our Country! They provide a clear and concise way for these folks to access the benefits and programs that they earned, need and deserve." Ron T.

NEW JERSEY: As always, Veteran Care ...

YMCA of Greater Monmouth County Shares Summer Water Recreation Safety Tips

RED BANK, NJ – It's now the busy season at beaches, pools, and lakes, and the YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is reminding parents, caregivers, and everyone in our community to make water safety a priority. 

While the COVID-19 shutdown forced the cancellation of the Y's water safety programs, including swim lessons for youth, the organization is strongly recommending ...

Summer Water Recreation Safety Tips

SHREWSBURY, NJ (June 30, 2020) – It's now the busy season at beaches, pools, and lakes, and the YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is reminding parents, caregivers, and everyone in our community to make water safety a priority. 

While the COVID-19 shutdown forced the cancellation of the Y's water safety programs, including swim lessons for youth, the organization is strongly ...

Great Job Opportunities at Green Leaf Pet Resort, Must LOVE Dogs!

June 26, 2020

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: Green Leaf Pet Resort of Ocean is GROWING! Fantastic job opportunities are available in management, human resources and marketing. MUST LOVE DOGS! Green Leaf offers luxury pet care in a warm and loving family environment where every dog is adored! Great work atmosphere filled with tail wagging fun activities. Green Leaf of Ocean is Now Hiring with opportunites in the ...

Parakeet has the Heart of an Eagle

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - I loved my Great-Aunt Fannie. At 97, she still lived alone and worked at her sewing machine every day. Her Yiddish name was Fagelah, which meant little bird. So when a little bird—a blue parakeet to be exact—showed up on my deck the very day Aunt Fannie died in June 2015, it felt like we were being visited by her spirit.

The hungry bird flew ...

NJ Restaurant Association CEO Predicts More Closures if Indoor Dining Does Not Return Soon

July 6, 2020

TRENTON, NJ -- Gov. Phil Murphy surprised restaurant owners who had been preparing for the return of indoor dining on Thursday, July 2, by announcing just four days before that indoor seating would be delayed indefinitely. 

Having spent money ordering food, retraining workers, and purchasing PPE and cleaning supplies, restaurant owners were justifiably upset when he postponed the ...

Many Ways to Enjoy Fresh Mint This Summer

Anyone who has ever planted mint knows it can grow like a weed.

If you’ve got oodles of the herb, from your garden or the market, there are plenty of ways to enjoy it. Here are a few of our favorites on hot summer days:

Stir chopped mint into softened cream cheese for a new bagel spread.

Toss it in your pitcher for mint water. You can combine it with fruit, such ...

Human Remains Found, Authorities Identify them as missing Ocean Township woman; Jacqueline Terrulli.

June 21, 2020

FREEHOLD, NJ — A medical examiner has confirmed that the human remains found at 86 Wickapecko Drive in Ocean Township are those of Jacqueline Terrulli, who went missing on September 12, 2019, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office.

The human remains were discovered on June 18 during demolition of the property, where her home had been destroyed by fire on September 12, ...

#WeAreOne: 12-year old NJ boy talks about his experience with racist attack, speaks on Juneteenth

MILLTOWN, NJ - The We Are One Rally held in Borough Park on Juneteenth is a first for Milltown, which is not a community known for its diversity. Juneteenth is a state holiday celebrated on June 19. It dates back to 1865 when Union Army General Gordon Granger made the announcement to free all slaves in Texas. The Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves in 1863, but was not enforced in Texas until ...

ChillRx of Red Bank is Open, featuring new Slim Pod to Relax, Burn 500 Calories and Tone Your Skin!

June 23, 2020

ChillRx Cryotherapy of Red Bank re-opened and is following all safety guidelines. Owner Paul Musho, pictured below is welcoming previous and new customers! ChillRX's cutting-edge healthcare and beauty technologies provide non-invasive therapies for specific ailments.

RED BANK, NJ:  Feeling a little sluggish and avoiding the mirror?  Perhaps you succumbed to the ...

Barbershops and Salons Are Back in a couple Days, Murphy Says It’s the First Big Test Toward A Return Indoors 

NEW JERSEY - Elective surgeries and limited retail shopping have already returned statewide. But Gov. Phil Murphy said Friday that in three days, New Jersey’s nine million residents will face their biggest test yet toward safely congregating indoors.  

“Salons and barbershops are going to be our first step [when it comes to] largely sedentary indoor openings,” ...

Lawrence “Larry” M. Falcon, 77, of Morganville, passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, July 1

July 3, 2020

Obituary of Lawrence M. Falcon

Lawrence “Larry” M. Falcon, 77, of Morganville passed away at home surrounded by his loving family on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. He was born in Newark, raised in Bloomfield, and had lived in Old Bridge, South Brunswick, and Freehold Township, before settling in Morganville in 2015. Larry graduated Seton Hall University in 1964 where he received his ...

Holmdel High School's Joey Hammer Gives Back to Local Community

June 10, 2020

TAPinto Spotlight on local teen featured as part of the  Talk About the Good  campaign.

HOLMDEL, NJ: Joey Hammer, a junior at Holmdel High School and a varsity lacrosse and football player has a favorite hobby: Giving back. In his free time Hammer enjoys volunteering for various local charitable organizations. 

 "I love to volunteer with the ...

Jersey Shore’s Latest Reopening Hurdle? Overflowing Trash

June 24, 2020

Special to TAPinto. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com.

Since Memorial Day, the Jersey Shore has been grinding back to life. But after Gov. Phil Murphy lifted his stay-at-home order on June 9, the influx of visitors ...

Four Lessons to remember From COVID-19

July 4, 2020

Six months ago, the crystal-coated ball dropped in Times Square, and we cheered in a brand-new year. At that moment, none of us knew what waited for us just a short hop ahead. Before the first quarter even had a chance to close out its books, businesses shifted from in-person operations to a new digital reality that most of us weren’t fully prepared for. Terms like “social ...

A Heart Broken Open, the gift to enter into the suffering of others

Reflection – July 2020
When we hold our suffering in a way that opens us to greater compassion, 
 heartbreak becomes a source of healing, deepening our empathy for others
who suffer and extending our ability to reach out to them. 
~ Parker Palmer

Not long ago I received a tender letter from someone whose heartbreak eventually led to becoming a source of compassion for ...

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Applefield Move Ahead in NJ4

July 6, 2020

Applefield Launches GOTV "Off the Line" Blitz

“My Key Opponent Is The Same We Always Get—I’m The Democrat We Need”

David Applefield, Democratic candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 4th

Congressional District, has launched an email blitz to district voters in the final

week of the primary campaign. The first email went out this ...

Monmouth University Elects New Board Officers, Trustees, Holmdel's Jeana M. Piscatelli is university’s first woman elected board chair

Jeana M. Piscatelli ’01 ’02M is university’s first woman elected board chair; Miles J. Austin III ’18, Tasha A. Youngblood Brown ’97 ’03M, Jeremy Grunin, and James S. Vaccaro III elected to Board of Trustees

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – At its June 18 meeting, the Monmouth University Board of Trustees elected its new slate of officers and four members ...

Hornet Buzz: Veteran Educator to Serve as Holmdel Superintendent

Holmdel Board of Education Names Veteran Educator to Serve as Interim Superintendent

Holmdel, NJ – The Holmdel Township Board of Education voted unanimously at its June 24, 2020 meeting to appoint Dr. LeRoy E. Seitz as the District’s new interim superintendent. Dr. Seitz will assume the role on July 1.

 

“These are certainly unique and challenging times, but I ...

Clean Ocean Action Applauds Houghtaling & Downey's Introduction of Bill to Protect Wildlife and Beaches

OCEAN TOWNSHIP—Working to protect wildlife and marine animals from choking on or becoming entangled by helium balloons, Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling (D-Neptune) and Assemblywoman Joann Downey (D-Freehold) today introduced legislation (A4322) to prohibit the intentional outdoor release of inflated balloons, with offenders subject to a $1,000 fine per violation, or $2,000 for intentionally ...

American History: Declaration of Independence Delivered at Washington's Headquarters

July 6, 2020

SOMERVILLE, NJ - The historic Wallace House, which served as General George Washington's winter headquarters in 1778-79 was the backdrop for a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence on Saturday, July 4th.

Because of COVID-19 social distancing considerations and limits placed on public gatherings, the event was not open to the public, but will be televised at a ...

America will never forget their sacrifices

July 3, 2020

“America will never forget their sacrifices”

COVID-19 has silenced our traditional July 4th fireworks. This silence reminds us of President Truman’s words which greets visitors to the American cemetery in Normandy, France.  Seventy-six years ago, 73,000 American troops stormed Normandy; 6,603 young Americans would not survive the day. The 2020 anniversary of ...

America will never forget their sacrifices

July 3, 2020

“America will never forget their sacrifices”

COVID-19 has silenced our traditional July 4th fireworks. This silence reminds us of President Truman’s words which greets visitors to the American cemetery in Normandy, France.  Seventy-six years ago, 73,000 American troops stormed Normandy; 6,603 young Americans would not survive the day. The 2020 anniversary of ...

Assemblyman Scharfenberger denounces ‘Defund Police’ talk

Scharfenberger Denounces Talks of Defunding & Disbanding Police 

Middletown, N.J. – Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger (R-Monmouth) denounces recent discussions and proposals of defunding and/or disbanding police departments by elected officials across the United States. The idea of decreasing or dismantling of police departments has been a topic for decades, but ...

Today, July 7th is Primary Voting Day! Ballot Drop Box Locations Available

July 7, 2020

FREEHOLD, NJ — Secured drop boxes for depositing completed mail-in ballots for the July 7 primary election have been placed at five locations throughout Monmouth County.  The Hazlet location may be the closest to TAPinto Holmdel, Colts Neck and Middletown readers. Options for voter ballot boxes are: :

Eatontown Borough Municipal Building


47 Broad ...

Rutgers to use Remote Instruction For Majority of Classes

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – It took Jonathan Holloway less than a week in his position as Rutgers president to make his first major move, announcing at a news conference that the university will be employing remote instruction for the vast majority of its students in the fall.

Students pursuing disciplines that require the use of university facilities – engineering, performing arts, ...

Recent COVID-19 Transmission Flare-Up May Cause Pause to NJ's Reopening

TRENTON, NJ  — Newly-released COVID-19 figures that show New Jersey maybe heading in the wrong direction could mean the state will be forced to remain in Stage 2 of its recovery plan longer than expected.

Gov. Phil Murphy and Health Commissioner Judy Persichilli said Monday during the state’s coronavirus press briefing that the rate of ...

Applefield Move Ahead in NJ4

July 6, 2020

Applefield Launches GOTV "Off the Line" Blitz

“My Key Opponent Is The Same We Always Get—I’m The Democrat We Need”

David Applefield, Democratic candidate for Congress in New Jersey’s 4th

Congressional District, has launched an email blitz to district voters in the final

week of the primary campaign. The first email went out this ...

Monmouth University Elects New Board Officers, Trustees, Holmdel's Jeana M. Piscatelli is university’s first woman elected board chair

Jeana M. Piscatelli ’01 ’02M is university’s first woman elected board chair; Miles J. Austin III ’18, Tasha A. Youngblood Brown ’97 ’03M, Jeremy Grunin, and James S. Vaccaro III elected to Board of Trustees

WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – At its June 18 meeting, the Monmouth University Board of Trustees elected its new slate of officers and four members ...

Hornet Buzz: Veteran Educator to Serve as Holmdel Superintendent

Holmdel Board of Education Names Veteran Educator to Serve as Interim Superintendent

Holmdel, NJ – The Holmdel Township Board of Education voted unanimously at its June 24, 2020 meeting to appoint Dr. LeRoy E. Seitz as the District’s new interim superintendent. Dr. Seitz will assume the role on July 1.

 

“These are certainly unique and challenging times, but I ...

Obituaries

Mar 19, 1946 - Jul 1, 2020
Susan Condon, 74, of Holmdel died peacefully at home on July 1, 2020 after a valiant battle with ...
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Dec 3, 1928 - Jul 3, 2020
Frank Fine, 91, passed away Friday, July 3, 2020 from natural causes, at The Willows Assisted ...
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Aug 7, 1927 - Jun 24, 2020
Lucille Cline, 92, of Red Bank was kissed by God on Wednesday, June 24.  An only child, she ...
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Nov 10, 1967 - Jun 19, 2020
Jeff Gutman, 52, a Middletown resident who grew up in Manhattan, passed away June 19th after a hard ...
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JCP&L Completes Inspections and Maintenance to Enhance Customer Service Reliability Through the Summer; Work Also Helps Prepare for an Active Hurricane Season

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L), a FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) subsidiary, has completed inspections and conducted equipment maintenance projects across its 13-county service area to enhance customer service reliability as part of its annual summer preparedness plan.  The company is also ready to respond to power outages caused during the Atlantic hurricane ...