Brick’s Foreclosure Ordinance

The town is taking steps to address abandoned properties. More »

Taunton, Ardena Schools Host Leadership Day

It was an exciting day at the Howell schools recently! More »

Nation’s Veterans Honored At Parade And Ceremony

Over 1,000 students were bused to the Veterans Day Parade. More »

Toms River Holds Police Ceremony

Police Department members retire while others receive promotions. More »

New Classes Helping Put Children On A Path Of Success

A look at the new classes in the Berkeley School District. More »

Eagle Scout Project Brings Osprey Nesting Pole To Allen Road

An osprey pole was installed in Berkeley Township as part of an Eagle Scout project. More »

 

Micromedia Seeking Reporter

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Micromedia Publications, Inc. is seeking a REPORTER with some writing/reporting experience. Candidate must be available to cover evening meetings of the local government, generally one night per week, and may also be asked to attend community events, fundraisers, etc. Conducting

Barnegat Administrator Could Assume Duties Of Rent Leveling Board

Police Officer Bryan Nogowski was one of the officers recognized by the Township Committee for helping to prevent a suicide attempt. (Photo Courtesy of Barnegat Township)

By Bill Miller BARNEGAT – Township Administrator David Breeden may take over the duties of the Rent Leveling Board under a proposal discussed at the recent meeting of the Township Committee.

Jackson District Welcomes Parents For American Education Week

Jackson Schools Administrators worked to coordinate American Education Week between staff and parents this week. (Photo By Catherine Galioto)

By Catherine Galioto JACKSON – Jackson schools are among those nationwide who recognized American Education Week, which was held this year November 17-21.

Brick Residents, Officials Gather To Honor Veterans

Bruce Blaum of the American Legion Post 348 looks on as Council Vice-President Jim Fozman addresses the audience. (Photo By Judy Smestad-Nunn)

By Judy Smestad-Nunn BRICK – Joseph Pillitteri, 89, attended the township’s Veterans Day Ceremony with his wife, Lauretta, that was held on the grounds of Town Hall last Tuesday morning. As a survivor of the Battle of the Bulge, Pillitteri,

Barnegat Residents, Officials Debate New C-N Zone

Barnegat Town Hall (courtesy of Patch.com)

By Bill Miller BARNEGAT – The future use of different commercial properties in Barnegat was discussed throughout the evening during the most recent meeting of the governing body. One topic of discussion was the C-N Neighborhood Commercial Zone that was

Ramtown School Celebrates Veterans Day

Pictured are some of the veterans that attended Ramtown School’s Veterans Day Celebration. (Photo By MaryRose Malley)

By MaryRose Malley HOWELL – The annual Veterans Day Celebration was held at Ramtown School on Friday, November 14 to salute and honor U.S. veterans from the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. Fifty-one veterans attended with their

Southern Girls Volleyball Takes Division

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MANAHAWKIN – The Southern Regional Girls Volleyball team won the 2014 Shore Conference “A” South Division after defeating Toms River East 2 to 1 recently. Congratulations!

Jackson Jaguar Band Earns Second At National Championships

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JACKSON – The Jackson Memorial Jaguar Band performed recently in Allentown, Pennsylvania and scored a 90.988 at the 2014 U.S. Band National Championships. Drum Majors Dylan Sidali and Dylan Thomas conducted the 2013 Defending National Champions through their rendition of