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Each issue includes information about businesses and events happening in and around Colts Neck, NJ.
The Monmouth County Board of County Commissioners has announced that due to the decline in demand, the COVID-19 testing site
A Monmouth County Grand Jury has returned an indictment against a Colts Neck man accused of committing three bank robberies
Joe Trezza was not surprised that the Middletown High School North boys’ bowling team captured the division title this winter.
Looking back on childhood, some of the best memories may be the ones made just before the streetlights came on
Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer announced that on March 14, William McMenamin, 29, of Point Pleasant Borough, pled guilty
The Ranney School girls’ basketball team has created a buzz throughout the Shore Conference. The Panthers went 4-12 in the
Ahead of the NJSIAA Meet of Champions, area athletes used the Monmouth County and Shore Conference Championships for warm-ups with
Time was not on Colts Neck High School swimmer Arabella Lee’s side. As a senior, the 2022 Monmouth County Swimming
After knocking on the door for three years, the Fair Haven boys’ seventh grade basketball team kicked it wide open,
Middletown Social Services is collecting items ahead of Easter in order to serve those in need locally. The organization is
The Middletown Police Department would like to remind drivers to expect delays in the area of Newman Springs Road at
After a two-year pause due to the pandemic, the Red Bank Classic 5K Run/Walk is making a comeback on Saturday,
A new era in Monmouth University Athletics is set to begin in the fall. That’s when the university joins the
Twenty years and going strong! The annual Garden State Film Festival (GSFF), New Jersey’s Premier Independent Film Festival, returns for
The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council is pleased to announce the next exhibition in the main gallery, “Black & White &
The Monmouth County Retired Educators Association will hold its spring meeting Tuesday, April 12 at Our House Restaurant, 420 Adelphia
Monmouth Timeline Inc., the website that presents the illustrated history of Monmouth County, announced year two of its Art Initiative
The Middletown Community Affairs Council will be hosting its 30th annual High School Student Job Fair on Wednesday, May 4
A former member of the Long Branch Police Department has been sentenced to 10 years in state prison for manufacturing
For Pascale Coppola, real estate isn’t just a job. It’s a calling. “I do this because I sincerely love it.
Music returns to the stage at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School this April as students new and old come to
“I want you to know you were right. You told me marijuana would hurt my brain. It’s ruined my mind
The Middletown Police Department announced that the train bridge on Laurel Avenue was struck this afternoon, resulting in a continuing
Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer announced that on Feb. 24, Thomas Downes, 61, of Jersey City, was charged with
The Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC), which serves all of Monmouth County, celebrated its installation of officers on Jan.
Saint John Vianney’s Zoe Brooks has reached the 1,000-career points milestone. The mark was attained as the SJV girls’ basketball
The Colts Neck Lions Club was happy to announce at its January meeting that it would be making donations to
Physical Education and Health teacher, coach, advisor and mentor Eric Zullo has been named Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School’s “Educator
Three years ago, a group of freshmen with experience on the bowling lanes joined the Middletown High School North girls’
The Monmouth County Park System has an array of programs and activities available for kids of all ages this summer.
There’s lots to do at Poricy Park this spring! Registration is now open for After-School Science Club (K-3), Pond Netting
There is no secret about the potent offense of the Red Bank Catholic girls’ basketball team. Therefore, it should be
The Monmouth County Master Gardeners are offering merit-based scholarships, minimum award of $1,000, to worthy candidates residing in Monmouth County
Lisa Tice, of Lisa Tice Photography LLC in Rumson, will be premiering her showcase “40 Over Forty: The Beauty of
Colts Neck High School’s boys’ and girls’ swimming teams mirrored each other en route to winning division championships. “We had
The National High School Strength Coaches Association (NHSSCA) is proud to announce that Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School has earned
Mater Dei Prep is home to the Mater Dei-Namics robotics team, which officially began its rookie season this winter. The
A Monmouth County grand jury has returned a two-count indictment against a former manager of a Hazlet automotive repair shop