Middletown & Lincroft
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Each issue includes information about businesses and events happening in and around Colts Neck, NJ.
The Junior League of Monmouth County (JLMC) is hosting its third annual Holiday Market to benefit local women-owned and co-owned
It hasn’t taken long for the Monmouth University football team to announce its arrival in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA).
A Monmouth County Jury has returned guilty verdicts on nearly all charges against the local man who murdered a longtime
New details have emerged about this morning’s traffic on Routes 35 and 36 and accident investigation. The backup on the
The Hazlet Police Department reported that Route 35 between Union Avenue/Centerville Road and Laurel Avenue is shut down in both
A Keyport couple is facing charges after their dog acted in an aggressive manner toward a resident and prompted an
On Oct. 18, Tevon Gray, 29, of Long Branch, was charged by Ptl. Joseph Disko with Abandoning a Domesticated Animal
A Wall Township couple has been charged with Endangering the Welfare of a Child after their toddler overdosed on suspected
On Saturday, Oct. 15 at approximately 3:24 pm, Hackensack Meridian Health Bayshore Medical Center in Holmdel was placed on lockdown
A fatal collision involving an SUV and a dirt bike that took place in Aberdeen Township Friday night is under
The Hazlet Township Police Department has been made aware of multiple false reports of active shooting incidents at high schools
Hazlet Township Police Department announced that NJ Transit will be replacing the double track at the Bethany Road Crossing (similar
On any given Saturday, if you decide to take a drive around Colts Neck, there’s a good chance you’ll come
The Colts Neck Lions Club is excited to host its 28th annual Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 29. During the
Since 2005, Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School cross country teams have utilized the annual St. Dominic Academy Invitational meet as
If Middletown High School South girls’ soccer Coach Megan Barry had concerns about bringing in new talent, the recent win
The Middletown Township Public Library (MTPL) awarded its Conover Withol Scholarship to five future librarians at the Board of Trustees
The future of Red Bank Regional cross country appears to be bright. That allegation is based on the recent performances
Back after a two-year hiatus, the Shrewsbury Historical Society invites lovers of history and the homes that built Monmouth County
The Saint John Vianney football squad laid claim to the “best in town” title with a 34-27 win over Holmdel.
Colts Neck field hockey Head Coach Maria Merlucci has reached the 100th win milestone. The feat was achieved on Sept.
Fair Haven Mayor Josh Halpern opened his home to host the fifth annual Halpern Invitational Men’s Ping Pong Tournament, renamed
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Lincroft Volunteer Fire Company is sponsoring a fundraiser called Fun Night at the Fire House.
A Monmouth County Grand Jury has returned a four-count indictment against the local man charged with sexually assaulting a woman
On Sunday, Nov. 13 at 4 pm, the community is invited to gather at Tower Hill Church in Red Bank
Last year, the Holmdel girls’ soccer team went 19-1-1. The squad also claimed the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 2 State
Holmdel High School French Honor Society students do more than learn the language and study cultural differences. They truly embrace
Hundreds of runners, walkers and supporters came together on Sept. 18 to participate in the Love for Luca 5K Run/Walk
During the off season, Middletown High School South field hockey Head Coach Jordan Hickman reported to media outlets that she
Red Bank Catholic High School, a leader in Catholic co-educational secondary education in Monmouth County since 1927, appointed Kathleen Daly,
The Legal Aid Society of Monmouth County held an event on Sept. 16 to celebrate its 72nd year of providing
Take your eyes off your pet for just a second and any pet parent knows they can get into just
The sound of crunching leaves and hayrides is sure sign of the upcoming holiday season. But fall is also the
An enthusiastic crowd of more than 500 came to Red Bank’s Count Basie Field on Aug. 20 to enjoy a
Trinity Hall, an all-girls high school in Tinton Falls, welcomed new faculty and staff members for the 2022-23 school year,