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A Monmouth County jury has convicted a former youth tennis instructor of numerous sexual crimes committed against a student over
On Sept. 10, more than 350 Holiday Express supporters spent an evening under the tent at McLoone’s Pier House in
Shore Conference soccer has caught World Cup fever. This fall, the conference changed its format for the Shore Conference Tournament
A masquerade ball benefitting a local animal sanctuary will be held Friday, Oct. 27 from 7:30 to 11 pm. The
Holmdel’s Max Piotrowski had quite a summer for himself. The 10-year-old, who just started competing in track and field this
First-year Head Coach George Black may have been experiencing some apprehension going into his first game at the helm of
It’s just another race. That was biggest lesson Rob Napolitano took away from the World Track and Field Championships held
Dogs and dog lovers are invited to Marty’s Place’s Howl-O-Ween Family Fest, a dog- and family-friendly fall festival to benefit
Ry Beausoleil, a 17-year-old Boy Scout working on his Eagle Project, constructed a gaga pit at Knollwood School this summer.
As the run rose over the Atlantic Ocean on the morning of Sept. 10, Stephy’s Place: Support Center for Grief
With wins in their first two games, the Holmdel High School football team could put the 2022 season in the
The Colts Neck Trail Riders Club (CNTRC) members are horse enthusiasts who enjoy horseback riding. In addition to the preservation
A NJ Transit commuter train, which left Bay Head at 5:17 am this morning and was due to arrive at
A Monmouth County Jury has returned convictions against an Asbury Park man who a little more than two years ago
New year, same goals. Even with a big turnover from the 2022 team that fell in the Region 19 finals,
A Long Branch man accused of severely injuring his own infant daughter while physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend last month has
A Borough man has been arrested and charged in connection with two separate incidents, including impersonating a police officer, Monmouth
Due to the anticipated bad weather this weekend, Middletown Day is postponed from Saturday, Sept. 23 to Saturday, Oct. 14.
The Ocean Township Police Department have closed part of Route 35 South this morning due to a vehicle accident in
The second annual Love for Luca 5K Run/Walk will be held at Middletown High School North on Sunday, Sept. 24.
Geeta K. Brana, founder of Geeta Brana Wealth, a premiere Wealth Management Services firm for women and founder of W.H.E.E.L.
Middlesex County Prosecutor Yolanda Ciccone and Chief Michael J. Biennas of the Monroe Police Department announced on Tuesday, Sept. 12
Upcyle your gently used kids’, adults’ and pet costumes for a spooktacular new-to-you ensemble during the Monmouth County Park System’s
The Monmouth County Board of Commissioners and the Division of Economic Development is excited to host the second Grown in
A fugitive responsible for a shooting incident that took place in Neptune City earlier this year has been located and
The Holmdel Police Department reported that today at 2:07 am, an officer observed a silver BMW exit the Garden State
Law enforcement officials are requesting the public’s assistance with identifying the individual responsible for a 2021 sexual assault that occurred
At its 2023 Annual Meeting at the Rumson Country Club Riverhouse, the Rumson Garden Club, a member club of the
Q: Tell me about your path to veterinary medicine and becoming a veterinarian. A: I have always loved animals and
The Garden Club of Fair Haven is looking forward to another year of fun and informative programs. The club meets
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Red Bank Catholic senior Madeleine Carpenter has curated an Ecuadorian art exhibit to
The Count Basie Center for the Arts and Bank of America (BofA) have announced the next area nonprofit to be