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 »

Modular Builders Partner With OCVTS

Coastal Modular Group has partnered with OCVTS to educate students on current industry practices. More »

Residents Voice Concerns With Neighborhood Conditions

Concerns have been raised over a section of Brick Township. More »

Presentation Highlights Progress Of Revetment Project

Officials visit the site of the steel wall revetment on the Brick-Mantoloking border. More »

Jackson Schools Celebrate Halloween Through Science

Jackson schools have Halloween fun with science experiments. More »


Jackson Voters To Decide Contested Mayoral, Council Seats


By Catherine Galioto JACKSON – Three Democrat challengers for mayor and council are hoping to unseat Mayor Michael Reina and his two Republican incumbent running mates for four year-terms on the all-Republican Jackson Council. The race for mayor pits incumbent

Three Vie For Two Spots On The Jackson School Board


By Catherine Galioto JACKSON – The school board race is contested, with three candidates vying for two, three-year spots: Michael Hanlon, Barbara Fiero and Jonathan Regan-Levine. Incumbent Barbara Fiero is currently the school board president. She is serving her ninth

Lacey BOE Candidates Debate


By Bill Miller LACEY – The six candidates seeking two open seats on the Lacey School Board met last Tuesday for a debate at the high school. The candidates include the team of David Bidwell and Rob Klaus, Regina Discenza,

Monmouth County To Hold Caregiver Retreat


MONMOUTH COUNTY – Taking care of an elderly parent or loved one can be a physical and emotional drain on caregivers and their families. That’s why it’s important to care for oneself, even just for one day. To help caregivers,

Howell Confirms Two Rabies Cases


HOWELL – The Township of Howell is advising residents that there have been two confirmed cases of rabies in the surrounding area of Adelphia and Ketchum Road. The county Health Department advises people to avoid contact with wild animals, whether

Southern Regional Box Cross Country Wins Shore Conference


MANAHAWKIN – The 2014 Southern Regional Boys Cross Country team has won the Shore Conference “A” South Championship. The district offers its congratulations to Coach Scott Baker and the student athletes. Good luck the rest of the season!

Upgrades Coming To County Public Safety Communications


OCEAN COUNTY – The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders on September 17 adopted a funding ordinance that appropriates $22.8 million to upgrade the communications network to 700 MHz and also includes improving six communication towers, construction of five additional

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


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