Holmdel & Colts Neck Top Stories

October 16, 2018

HOLMDEL,  N.J. - It was back in the spring of 2014 when Brendan Quinn joined the Holmdel High School boys lacrosse program as a volunteer coach. Almost five years later, Quinn has moved up the ranks and will be the man in charge of the of the varsity team this upcoming spring after being named head ...

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MONMOUTH COUNTY: A great evening was enjoyed by all on Saturday, October 6th, at Bell Works in Holmdel.  Monmouth Arts, the official county arts agency, based in Red Bank, honored the Arts, Artists and Art Patrons of Monmouth County at STARDUST, a futuristic fundraiser gala. The co-chairs for the ...

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COLTS NECK, NJ - Freeholder Lillian Burry joined our 3rd President arrived at the Cedar Drive School today before an enthusiastic audience of 6th graders. Freeholder Burry challenged her favorite President (Thomas Jefferson) by referencing the opening phrase of the Declaration of Independence; "all ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ: The recent rainy weather took a break and turned to beautiful sunshine on Friday, October 12th, just in time for the outdoor tented fundraiser: Oktoberfest, A Community Celebration. The event was held on the Bayshore Medical Center grounds in Holmdel. Members of the Hackensack Meridian ...

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MONMOUTH, NJ:  Colts Neck Dance and Performing Arts Academy has long been known as a top notch studio for dance instruction and various performing arts programs. However the outstanding programs in their studio go beyond performing arts. The leadership team at Colts Neck Dance understands the mind ...

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Middletown South strikes late to up end Colts Neck Colts Neck, N.J. - Deadlocked at 0-0 going into the final six minutes of regulation, the Colts Neck and Middletown South field hockey teams were both desperately looking for that breakthrough goal to lead to a victory. Tuesday’s showdown between ...

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HOLMDEL/MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Talk about a brain drain in the 13th Legislative District. The NJ State Legislature is losing a graduate of Harvard (BA), Columbia (MBA) and New York University (PhD) on the very same day as one smart woman, Assemblywoman Amy Handlin, retires. Handlin currently represents ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - A little mist fell upon the land at Bayonet Farm on Saturday as the Harvest Fest began. However, the cloudy weather didn't deter the families who came in droves to enjoy the festivities. Crafters and food vendors galore had a tremendous variety to choose from and the bandstand was up ...

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HOLMDEL,  N.J. - Saturday afternoon’s huge Shore Conference showdown with Christian Brothers Academy was the game the Holmdel High School boys soccer team was waiting most to play in the regular season said Hornets head coach John Nacarlo. Facing their toughest test yet this fall, the Hornets were ...

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TOMS RIVER, NJ - Holmdel Football fans enjoyed a great game friday night at Monsignor Donovan in Toms River. The weather was perfect under the lights and the home team were great hosts. Home team advantage didn't help as the Hornets powered through for another win at 21-11. The Cheer, Dance ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - There are moments in life when an event or an announcement stops you in your tracks. Holmdel just had one. Arthur Ashkin of Rumson has won a Nobel Prize for his groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics. For former graduates of Holmdel Schools, there is another ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ: On Friday, September 28, Victor and Carey Giamanco of Holmdel, generously hosted a private event to support Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore Medical Center.  Members of the Bayshore Medical Center Foundation, joined hospital leadership executives and many Holmdel neighbors to ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A Rutgers University student was struck and killed by a car, as he lost his footing and stumbled onto George Street on Friday night, police said. Police said Cory Aufiero, 19, a Rutgers student from Colts Neck, lost his footing at 9:30 p.m. on George Street, near Albany and ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - The electricity was not out in Holmdel on friday night as a jolt of Holmdel HIgh School Alumni gathered pre-game for a 'tailgate' at the Holmdel Community Center. The event was sponsored by the Holmdel Touchdown Club. They had a unique reason to gather. was a rekindling of the ...

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RED BANK, NJ – We met with Laurie Goganzer, the CEO who is leading The Community YMCA association and asked her a few questions about her background, her vision for the future of the Y and the Night of Inspiration Gala which takes place friday night 9-28-18 at the Ocean Place Resort & Spa in ...

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HOLMDEL, N.J. - Mark McStay has been “money on the spot” for the Holmdel High School boys soccer team the past two games. He scored the winning goal to help Holmdel earn a 2-1 victory over Matawan on Monday. On Wednesday, McStay did the same thing for the Hornets, slapping in the game-winner off a ...

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HOLMDEL: Saturday was an exciting time in the Holmdel Towne Center, and TAPinto was on site to celebrate it. Open for a couple months already, (next to Jos. A. Banks), September 22, marked the official grand opening of Over Easy Kitchen. The skies were a perfect blue to go along with the Holmdel ...

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  LINCROFT, NJ - Brookdale and Rutgers kicked off their newest partnership which enables students to earn their four year degree from Rutgers through the Brookdale Community College campus in Lincroft.  The ceremonial ribbon cutting  event was held at Larrison Hall on Thursday, September ...

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Girl Scouts honor 11 phenomenal women role models The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore raised more than $30,000 while honoring 11 amazing women under the age of 40 at its third annual Phenomenal Women Under 40 event Thursday, September 13, at Crystal Point Yacht Club, Pt. Pleasant. The Phenom ...

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A Summer of Holmdel Chamber of Commerce and an Exciting Fall Ahead HOLMDEL, NJ - It was a busy summer for the Holmdel Chamber of Commerce. Busy people with busy lives, particularly during a hot July and August, when children are out of school. Even the summer meetings were full at Bell Works, ...

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  NEW YORK, N.Y. — Police horses and carriage horses were not the only equines in New York City on Sept. 15 — several riders on horses in western saddles took an extended tour of the Big Apple to raise awareness about suicide among veterans. BraveHearts, based in Illinois, took 10 veterans, a ...

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