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March 18, 2021

RED BANK, NJ: The more you learn, the more you earn. The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County and other Y’s throughout the country have teamed up with the National Basketball Association to launch #DraftedtoFinancialFreedom.  The program addresses the disproportionate poverty impacting communities ...

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FARMINGDALE, NJ – The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore are unstoppable! The last 12-months of adjusting to the pandemic for them could be used as a blue-print for many organizations to follow: They. Never. Stopped. Leading.  Although The Girls Scouts of the Jersey shore offered many virtual ...

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As we approach mid-March and warmer temperatures lure us outside, thoughts have turned to spring.  One tried-and-true sign that the season of renewal and rebirth is around the corner is the start of Daylight Saving Time, which began at 2 a.m. so if you haven't set the clocks ahead an hour, now is ...

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School's Out for Break!! CLICK SCHOOL'S OUT IMAGE ABOVE FOR DETAILS ON HOW YOU CAN ENJOY A FUN FILLED SPRING BREAK EXPERIENCE!  Break free from the classroom and celebrate Spring Break in-person at Camp Amity Acres and Camp Sacajawea. We’re offering all-day, age/level-appropriate, socially ...

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The following will update you on the latest events and news of the Middletown Township Historical Society.  Also, follow on social media for even timelier news ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ:  BCB Community Bank opened in 2000 with one location. Today, BCB Community Bank is thriving with branch offices throughout New Jersey and New York, and has more than 425 employees and assets in excess of $2.9 billion.   The foundation of the bank's success was built on high level, ...

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NEW JERSEY – What a difference a day makes. Or two.  After the mix of sleet, ice, and a lot of rain from the Monday night storm, we got to enjoy a beautiful day on Tuesday to allow a lot of the existing snow to melt away.  This was a wonderful hint of warmer early spring days ahead.  Not so ...

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MIDDLETOWN, NJ: In the Lincroft section of Middletown, there's a gem many know well called Thompson Park. There's so much to enjoy there in the 667 acre historic park featuring a lake with canoe rentals in the summer, miles of hiking trails and so much more...like cross country skiing and snow ...

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Pictured above is Vince and Joan Raine on their wedding day.  Real life is a love story. Rooted deep In the town of Hazlet is a love story for the ages. Learning more about it is like unearthing a rare jewel.  Sign up for free daily news for your town - click here.  TAPinto had the ...

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RED BANK, NJ: Looking north up the Navesink River from the viewpoint of the Molly Pitcher Inn, 3 eagles were spotted on the snow-covered ice yesterday morning around 10:00am. It looked like two mature (white head) bald eagles and a youngster designated by being all brown.  They stood about 300 ...

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RED BANK, NJ: There’s another health issue the pandemic has brought on – the “COVID 10 – 15.”  That’s the 10 to 15 pounds a lot of us have gained sitting on the couch watching Netflix movies and stuffing our faces! How do you stay motivated and maintain your workout routine? Grab a ...

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Above photo: Will Sakoutis visiting with his grandfather John Sakoutis, in Greece.  HOLMDEL, NJ: You know as soon as you speak with 12-year-old Will Sakoutis, a seventh grader at the William R. Satz School in Holmdel, that there is something very special about him. He's not only wise beyond ...

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COMMUNITY WEATHER REPORT:  It has been quite a while since the snow patterns have been this consistent for a period as long as what has been occurring in February.  After the quick but steady thumping experienced on Sunday, there is another small storm that will make its way through our area ...

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A message from Middletown Township Historical Society: Show & Tell Night Monday, February 15 at 7:00 pm via ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – Confidence remains high that a significant coastal storm will leave all of New Jersey with measurable, and in most areas plowable snow by the end of Sunday.  The Saturday models have brought some previously mentioned variables into play, and with that, some adjustments to the ...

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NEW JERSEY: Gas up your snowblowers again!  For all those that simply hate the winter, apologies from mother nature are in order. For those who love the snow, this is a week you may have dreamed about.   For the second time in a week, a significant to major snowstorm seems poised to hit New ...

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RED BANK, NJ: The Navesink Maritime Heritage Society is offering another one of its excellent public presentations: A Historical Journey Across Raritan Bay. The online ZOOM presentation will be given by historian John Schneider.  Schneider is an accomplished author and storyteller using ...

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New Jersey: Communities in many parts of the state are gearing up for a snow day! The first flakes of the monster storm have arrived in south and central New Jersey.  It will be very light to flurries for most of the day and early evening before exploding into blizzard conditions for the majority ...

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NEW JERSEY: After two years of little to no snow, mother nature has said enough is enough.  The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for all but the farthest northern counties of New Jersey, and it is likely to encompass the entire state by the time the first flakes start to ...

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RED BANK, NJ:  What is the YMCA really all about?  Love, perseverance and service as expressed at a commemoration to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that was live streamed on January 15. The event was the 32nd year that the Y has brought together community leaders, ...

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BELMAR, NJ — It may be the middle of winter, but a special display of love is blossoming on Belmar’s Third Avenue beach — a heart of seashells filled with memorial rocks bearing the names of loved ones lost to the coronavirus. It all started after sunset on Monday, January 25 when Rima Samman ...

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FREEHOLD, NJ – When Monmouth County Commissioner Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley recently learned of an unforeseen need amongst the County’s expectant and parenting mothers, she knew exactly who she could rely on to help them. Kiley was on a call for Monmouth ACTS’ Early Childhood Success Hub ...

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The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund is spearheading a $2.8 million initiative to fund  small- and medium-sized food pantries and soup kitchens that face an increased surge in demand for food during the coronavirus pandemic. NJPRF, which was founded in March to marshal resources to meet critical ...

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LINCROFT, NJ: Brookdale Community College has partnered with Monmouth Medical Center to provide a vaccination site at Brookdale Community College’s Robert J. Collins Arena, in the Lincroft section of Middletown, on the main campus. TAPinto spoke with Brookdale Community College President, David ...

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Partnership Provides COVID-19 Vaccines and Testing in One Location RED BANK, NJ (Jan. 20, 2021) – The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County and the VNA of Central Jersey Community Health Centers (VNACJ CHCs) have teamed up to provide COVID-19 vaccines to eligible residents in Monmouth ...

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RED BANK, NJ: The YMCA of Greater Monmouth County virtually held their 32nd annual breakfast commemoration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., last Friday. Michael Wright, YMCA Board member and MLK Event Chair, opened the commemoration saying, “The Y’s own mission compels us to embrace, ...

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Photo above: Girl Scouts CEO Eileen Higgins (second from left) launches the TopCookie competition with contenders: Angela Goblesky, Charlie’s of Bay Head; Marilyn Schlossbach and Nora Watson, White Chapel Projects; Corey DeBiasse, Marina Grille; and lead judge David Burke. Also competing is ...

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KEYPORT, NJ – An unidentified man bought several scratch-off tickets at Keyport's Shell Food Mart at 110 Clark St. a few weeks ago. He didn't know he would be leaving the convenience store with a winning ticket that would make him $4 million richer. TAPinto interviewed Ajaz Ahmed, a longtime ...

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