The Middletown High School North Performing Arts Department presented “It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” as its fall production. This is a retelling of that beloved holiday classic film, but with a clever twist. The story is conveyed as a live radio broadcast. The tale involves an idealistic and charitable George Bailey who […]
With its starting five returning, the Red Bank Regional High School boys’ bowling team wants to continue its upward curve. “Our team has been steadily improving over the past three years,” said RBR Head Coach Eric Melone. “Even though our season is young so far, we feel that we have a strong chance of contending
A Keansburg man has admitted to possession of a large quantity of narcotics and an illegal firearm, Monmouth County Prosecutor Raymond S. Santiago announced on Wednesday. On Monday, Jan. 8, 42-year-old Davidson Jules pleaded guilty to Possession of over 5 ounces of cocaine with the Intent to Distribute and Unlawful Possession of a Handgun
Due to the powerful storm system hitting our area and the State of Emergency beginning at 5 pm today, all Township-sponsored events will be canceled this evening. Additionally, the Middletown Township Public Library and Middletown Arts Center will close at 5 pm. Middletown Township Public School Districts’ after-school activities, including athletics and building rentals, are
Planning weddings and special occasions can create a lot of life’s tough moments. Whether it’s feuding family members, ex partners, religious rules, guest lists, fashion choices or the decision to allow children or pets to attend, party planning can get tricky. The last thing anyone wants is a big bundle of bruised feelings. Before you
The Holmdel girls’ basketball squad got off to a slow start in its season debut. The host Hornets reached the end of the first quarter in a five-all deadlock with neighboring Middletown South. However, they got on track in the second stanza with an 18-5 advantage that produced a 23-10 halftime lead. They outpointed the
The Colts Neck wrestling team started its 2023-24 season with a 52-16 road win over Manasquan. The squad swept 10 of the 14 bouts, with five of the wins taken on pins. Scoring falls at their weight class were William Stapleton (113), Tyler Russ (150), Nicholas Fischer (157), Amir Shakhnavazov (215) and Matthew Liggio (285).
On Dec. 1, Oak Hill Academy took a group of sixth, seventh and eighth graders to participate in the Christian Brothers Academy’s Model United Nations competition. Model UN is a worldwide organization that gives students in middle school, high school and college the opportunity to simulate the research, debate and problem-solving of the real UN.
Monday, Jan. 22 at 2:30 pm One-on-One SHIP Q&A at Library Headquarters, Manalapan The State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) provides free, confidential, unbiased information for Medicare beneficiaries, their families and caregivers regarding Medicare and related health insurance benefits. Counselors will provide information and one-on-one assistance so clients can make their own decisions. No registration
Although still a work in progress, the Brookdale Community College men’s basketball team is off to a promising start. “We’re playing pretty good. We’re playing hard,” said Head Coach Paul Cisek. “I’m happy where we’re at. This team has the potential to be pretty good.” Brookdale won the 2022-23 National Junior College Athletic Association’s Division