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Bikes Back on Belmar Boardwalk, Benches May Be Next to Return

October 7, 2020

AT THE JERSEY SHORE NEWS:

BELMAR, NJ — Bicycle riding is allowed on the Belmar boardwalk once again, and it may not be long before at least some of the 200 benches are returned to the 1.3-mile promenade.

During the Borough Council’s October 6 remote meeting, Mayor Mark Walsifer announced the return of bicycles after they were banned along the boards this spring at the ...

Belmar Public Works Head Announces Retirement After Being Accused of Verbally Harassing Employee with Special Needs

BELMAR, NJ — Michael Campbell plans to retire as superintendent of Belmar’s Department of Public Works, following claims last week that he was seen verbally harassing a 22-year-old employee with special needs.

Borough Business Administrator Edward Kirschenbaum on September 28 confirmed Campbell’s intent to retire, although a timeframe was not ...

Meridian Health Foundation Hosting Circle of Compassion Virtual Celebration on November 19

October 20, 2020

Gifts to the virtual event will be 100 percent tax-deductible and will benefit the Hackensack Meridian Health Circle of Compassion program.

Edison, NJ – October 19, 2020 – In lieu of its annual gala, Hackensack Meridian - Meridian Health Foundation will host a virtual program to raise funds for the Hackensack Meridian Health Circle of Compassion program, which ...

Chris Smith crushes scripted opponent at debate 

 Schmid stands by smears in her mailers, as Dems forewarned 

On multiple issues covered in an hour-long forum hosted by the Asbury Park Press, Rep. Chris Smith, the 20-term incumbent in New Jersey’s Fourth District, crushed his challenger highlighting his record of legislative accomplishment and his bipartisanship as a problem solver. 

Early in the debate, Smith called ...

Received Your Mail-In Ballot? Be Sure to Vote Early










 






With three weeks until General Election Day, Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is encouraging voters to open their mail-in ballots as soon as they receive them and to vote early.
It is important to remember that paper provisional ballots cast at ...

Can your business help secure a home for Bridge of Books?

THROUGHOUT THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, BRIDGE OF BOOKS FOUNDATION CONTINUED TO PROVIDE BOOKS TO UNDERSERVED NJ CHILDREN, BUT IS NOW ASKING THE COMMUNITY FOR HELP TO FIND A NEW HOME BASE.

Throughout the pandemic, From March – October, Bridge of Books provided 29,081 children’s books to those in need. Outside of Bridge of Book’s regular mission, they also delivered 2,500 books ...

VIDEO: Member of Beacon of Life Family is Celebrated at 100th Birthday Party at Monmouth Racetrack

October 4, 2020

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: On Sunday, August 30th, Beacon of Life Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) , located in Oceanport, NJ, hosted a 100th Birthday Celebration for Al, one of their members. A U.S. Army Veteran, Al served in World War II and proudly wore his Veteran hat for his celebration. The Beacon of Life Team knowing Al's passion for The Monmouth Race ...

VIDEO: Member of Beacon of Life Family is Celebrated at 100th Birthday Party at Monmouth Racetrack

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: On Sunday, August 30th, Beacon of Life Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) , located in Oceanport, NJ, hosted a 100th Birthday Celebration for Al, one of their members. A U.S. Army Veteran, Al served in World War II and proudly wore his Veteran hat for his celebration. The Beacon of Life Team knowing Al's passion for The Monmouth Race ...

Patriotic Education: The Final Frontier

October 14, 2020

Did you ever wonder where the kids you see rioting and attacking police, burning down buildings, tearing down statues, burning American flags, and chanting “death to America” grew up and went to school?  The answer is simple and frightening - American schools located in every part of the country.  The next logical question is, “how did this happen?”  The ...

Patriotic Education: The Final Frontier

October 14, 2020

Did you ever wonder where the kids you see rioting and attacking police, burning down buildings, tearing down statues, burning American flags, and chanting “death to America” grew up and went to school?  The answer is simple and frightening - American schools located in every part of the country.  The next logical question is, “how did this happen?”  The ...

Government Mandates Vs. Personal Choice: The Decision is Up to Us

Dear Community Members,

There are two broad schools of thought among elected officials, particularly in the present day. One says the government must oversee and regulate every aspect of a person’s life.  The other believes that people have the capacity to decide what is best for them and their families and can be trusted with the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution to make ...

Volunteers Needed for Middletown Township Police Department Auxiliary Police

October 23, 2020

MIDDLETOWN,NJ: Looking for a great way to give back to your local community?

The Middletown Township Police Department is currently recruiting volunteers to serve on the Middletown Auxiliary Police. You can download an application at www.middletownnj.org/AuxiliaryPolice. 

The Middletown Township Auxiliary Police duties include traffic control, security, and patrol for major ...

Holmdel Chamber In-Person Meeting and Video Podcast, Bell Works, Oct. 27. Expert Business Guidance From Jackeline Mejias-Fuertes

HOLMDEL, NJ: Local Business Folks and Community Members: Welcome to the Tuesday, October 27th, Holmdel Chamber of Commerce meeting, in the lecture hall at Bell Works, 9am sharp start time. You can check out last month's Video Podcast HERE. 

Enjoy great networking and introduce your business to everyone present, and those tuning in for the live feed.

ChamberCast ...

A Tour of Historic Colts Neck, co-authored by Freeholder Lillian Burry

COLTS NECK, NJ– Monmouth County Freeholder Lillian Burry is here, there and everywhere as she works for the county every day supporting various programs, businesses, events and initiatives. Somehow this busy community leader has managed to find the time to author her first book, “A Tour of Historic Colts Neck,” a guide for all residents and visitors who want to visit the 13 ...

Meridian Health Foundation Hosting Circle of Compassion Virtual Celebration on November 19

October 20, 2020

Gifts to the virtual event will be 100 percent tax-deductible and will benefit the Hackensack Meridian Health Circle of Compassion program.

Edison, NJ – October 19, 2020 – In lieu of its annual gala, Hackensack Meridian - Meridian Health Foundation will host a virtual program to raise funds for the Hackensack Meridian Health Circle of Compassion program, which ...

Chris Smith crushes scripted opponent at debate 

 Schmid stands by smears in her mailers, as Dems forewarned 

On multiple issues covered in an hour-long forum hosted by the Asbury Park Press, Rep. Chris Smith, the 20-term incumbent in New Jersey’s Fourth District, crushed his challenger highlighting his record of legislative accomplishment and his bipartisanship as a problem solver. 

Early in the debate, Smith called ...

Received Your Mail-In Ballot? Be Sure to Vote Early










 






With three weeks until General Election Day, Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon is encouraging voters to open their mail-in ballots as soon as they receive them and to vote early.
It is important to remember that paper provisional ballots cast at ...

Obituaries

Sep 24, 1933 - Oct 15, 2020
Cosmo DiPede, 87, of Manalapan passed away surrounded by his family Thursday morning. Cosmo was ...
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Jan 11, 1961 - Oct 2, 2020
Donna Jo Disko of Holmdel died at 59 years young on Friday, October 2, 2020 at Riverview Medical ...
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Sep 18, 1921 - Oct 1, 2020
Lucretia Caruana, 99, of Middletown passed away Thursday, October 1, 2020 at home surrounded by ...
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Dec 17, 1926 - Sep 28, 2020
Margaret C. Imbeninato, Margie, 94, of Tinton Falls, passed away peacefully Monday, September 28, ...
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