2 Years After Sandy: Governor Highlights RREM Progress

Governor Christie was recently in Toms River days before the Sandy anniversary. More »

Stop FEMA Now Holds RREM Q&A

The grassroots organization continues their efforts by hosting a forum. More »

Jackson To Explore Impact Of Full-Day Kindergarten

The school district discusses this popular option. More »

Bricktoberfest Serves Up Plenty Of Family Fun

The first annual event is set to become a township staple. More »

Tea Time At Newbury School

The Howell school recently celebrated an annual tradition. More »

Halloween Fun Abounds In Jackson

There is no shortage of Halloween fun in the Township. More »

Repairs Coming To Mathis Bridge

Construction could begin next year. More »

 

Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group Focuses On Second Year After Hurricane Sandy

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OCEAN COUNTY – Though many positive milestones have been reached as the second year since Superstorm Sandy hit Ocean County, there is still much work yet to be done. Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group has been working with struggling

Four Face Off For Three BOE Spots

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By Chris Lundy BERKELEY – Four Board of Education veterans are facing off for three, three-year terms in the local school district. Board members Sal Ferlise and James Fulcomer are not running for re-election. Thomas Guarascio, Noriko Kowalewski and David

Race For Manchester Mayor Heats Up

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By Chris Lundy MANCHESTER – Next Tuesday, voters will have the opportunity to cast their ballots for the mayor and two council seats, as well as spots on the local Board of Education. Two seats are up for election on

Second Grade Career Day Held At Ridgeway School

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MANCHESTER – Miss Greenstein and Mrs. Policastro’s second grade classes at Ridgeway Elementary School had a Career Day. Parents came in as part of their Social Studies unit about community. Among the presenters was a commercial diver, CAT scan technician,

Ocean Gate Candidates Gearing Up For Election Day

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By Chris Lundy OCEAN GATE – Next Tuesday, voters will cast their ballots for a number of public offices. Locally, Ocean Gate residents will be able to weigh in on who they would like to see as mayor, as well

Change Alarm Batteries On Daylight Savings Time

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OCEAN COUNTY – When changing the clocks for November 2’s end of daylight saving time, also take a few minutes to change the smoke alarm batteries in your home, officials said. Smoke alarms are one of the easiest and most

Performing Arts Academy To Perform “55 Days”

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OCEAN COUNTY – Students from the Ocean County Vocational Technical School’s Performing Arts Academy will present “55Days” by Howard Benton at the Jay and Linda Grunin Center for the Arts at Ocean County College, Toms River. The time is December

County Clerk To Keep Saturday Hours Before Election

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OCEAN COUNTY – Saturday hours on November 1 have been established by Ocean County Clerk Scott M. Colabella in partnership with the Ocean County Board of Elections to provide a convenient time for residents to get their Vote By Mail