Monmouth News

May 25, 2020

MIDDLETOWN, NJ - Assemblyman Gerry Scharfenberger shared his thoughts today during a Memorial Day program on the shore: "It was an honor to speak at the Rally to Open New Jersey event. Thanks to Ian Smith and Kyle Newell for inspiring the crowd with the stories of pushing back against the ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - Recent press conferences by Governor Murphy continue to share renewed optimism in the ongoing fight with the novel coronavirus. It also heralds new relief from months long restrictions. "Look at how dramatically things have moved in just a few weeks." said Governor Murphy said ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ — Checking weather has not been a high priority lately. Many days wind into the next during this pandemic. Sunday had beautiful weather. It's about to change. So, with this in mind, don't get caught off guard Monday morning. Secure any loose items from decks such as ...

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HOLMDEL, NJ - As the GSP Signs are now displaying, Holmdel, will be hosting in the near future one of two major Coronavirus testing centers in New Jersey in the next few days as the PNC Bank Arts Center has stepped up to help. It is not yet operational and should not be visited at this ...

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: National Consumer Protection Week, is March 1 through March 7. The Monmouth County Division of Consumer Affairs, along with federal, state, local government agencies and national organizations to are encouraging people and businesses to learn more about avoiding scams and ...

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Chris Smith’s TICK Act and End Neglected Diseases Act to become law WASHINGTON, DC - Two major health bills authored by Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) were attached to an end-of-year, must-pass spending package  and will become law by the end of the week. The first bill—the TICK Act—creates a “new ...

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"Until he extends the circle of his compassion to all living things, man will not himself find peace." by Albert Schweitzer  MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: The Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) held their annual Fur Ball Gala, "1950's Casino Chic," Saturday evening, ...

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Monmouth County Milling and Paving on Laurel Ave & Van Schoick from 9/30-10/9 PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT ON OR ABOUT SEPTEMBER 30 THRU OCTOBER 9, 2019 FROM 6:00 PM TO 6:00 AM THE MONMOUTH COUNTY HIGHWAY DIVISION WILL BE MILLING AND PAVING FROM LAUREL AVE/VAN SCHOICK RD FROM MIDDLE RD TO ...

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Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce Honors Outstanding Community Leaders at Beacon of Excellence On the evening of July 17th, the Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) held its annual Beacon of Excellence Awards at the Addison Park Banquet Center in Aberdeen, NJ. MRCC  honored nine ...

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MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ: There’s something about animation that brings people to a comfortable place. It takes many back to their childhood and the fond memories of cereal and early morning cartoons. There are so many times people go back to their favorite shows as adults and realize all the metaphors ...

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Monmouth County resident Ann Pennington successfully captured the crown of Mrs New Jersey America 2019 at a fantastic event held at the Mohegan Sun Resort, Connecticut on June the 8th, 2019. The Mrs America Pageant is the longest running and most prestigious competition for married women and pitted ...

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Traffic Advisory: Palmer Avenue Closed for Improvements Starting Monday, 7/15 Starting Monday, July 15th, Palmer Avenue (County Road 7) will be closing for road and drainage improvements for approximately 45 days, depending on weather. It will be closed at Middlewood Road. No thru traffic.

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RED BANK, NJ - FC Monmouth moved up to the top of the Keystone Conference table for the first time in club history after defeating Torch FC at Count Basie Park, 3-1, on Saturday night. “This, I guess in this day and age, is called a ‘trap game’,” said Head Coach Brian Woods. “Knowing that we ...

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Monmouth County Partners with Local Non-Profit Organizations to Launch a New Public-Private Initiative.  Monmouth ACTS will enhance access to County residents’ human service and behavioral health needs. Freeholder Sue Kiley is the liaison to the county's Health and Human Services ...

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NEW JERSEY: If you were a child or a teen in the 1970's and 1980's, many nostalgic images may come to mind, The Brady Bunch, mixing and drinking Tang, telephone booths, Star Wars, Bubble Yum, Atari, of course the big hair, fashion exploding, Tiger Beat and MAD Magazine... Most of today's rock ...

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