Little Silver & Shrewsbury
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It was only fitting that in this year – the 50th anniversary of the NJSIAA Cross Country Meet of Champions
The Saint John Vianney girls’ basketball team has already received plenty of preseason attention. The squad is currently ranked No.
Teen Scene author and Irish dancer Blake Cregg-Wedmore is working on her Girl Scout Gold Award, and she invites all
An investigation into a fatal shooting that took place in Neptune Township in early October remains ongoing and authorities are
By the end of the 2021-22 season, no one wanted to play the Rumson-Fair Haven girls’ basketball team. The Bulldogs
The Ranney School girls’ basketball team clinched the B-Central Division last year, going undefeated 12-0 in division play. They also
At the end of the 2021-22 season, Middletown South girls’ basketball Head Coach Tom Brennan announced he was stepping down,
Last year, the Holmdel wrestling team posted a disappointing 8-14 record. There are several bright spots on this squad, but
Last year, the Saint John Vianney wrestling team easily won the District 17 championship. At the tournament, eight Lancers gained
Last year, the Middletown South wrestling team captured their first District championship since 1996. Seven members of the squad took
A local woman has been criminally charged with stealing more than $146,000 from her former employer over the course of
Three members of the Rumson-Fair Haven girls’ soccer squad – Janey Sypeck, Kate Hennen and Katie Walls – were named
Three members of the Middletown High School South girls’ soccer squad – Abby Doherty, Erin Prince and Bea Tinoco –
At just 16 years old, Rumson’s Logan Rettino has proven herself to be a remarkably accomplished artist. Despite her age,
Following on the heels of the popular Vintage Wedding Gown exhibit, the Shrewsbury Historical Society (SHS) decided it was time
Juli Coniglio and Kylie Jacoutot have been named to the Shore Coaches All County and All Division soccer squads. The
The Cougar Theatre Company of Colts Neck High School presented “Don’t Tell Mother” as its fall production. The play premiered
The Red Bank Catholic girls’ soccer team captured the A-Central Division title this year, going undefeated in division play. They
Last season, the Holmdel girls’ basketball team advanced to the NJSIAA Central Jersey Group 2 tournament semifinal. They fell short
The Saint John Vianney boys’ bowling team returns this year ready to improve their game and roll through their opponents.
The Be a Good Neighbor Committee, with the support of Knollwood School Superintendent Sean McNeil and Principal Amy Romano, is
Winning has become a tradition for the Thompson Middle School girls’ soccer team. The program is on the threshold of
Oct. 16 was a special Sunday. Not only was it World Hunger Day, it was also the day when volunteers
The Saint John Vianney girls’ bowling team returns to the lanes, burning with the fuel of an undefeated season last
On Easter Sunday, April 2, 1972, 16-year-old Nancy Carol Fitzgerald sat down for dinner with her family in North Jersey.
After a two-year hiatus, the YMCA of Greater Monmouth County is pleased to announce the 34th memorial breakfast to commemorate
The Colts Neck girls’ basketball squad lost their top scorers of last year to graduation: Julianna Gibson (359 points) and
On Nov. 10, the Newcomers and Neighbors Club of Colts Neck, Holmdel and surrounding areas held a general meeting at
The Colts Neck Trail Riders Club (CNTRC) held the Carol Thompson Memorial Pace on Oct. 23 at Thompson Park in
Saint John Vianney’s Cate O’Grady and Milani Thompson, and Holmdel’s Taylor Bielan and Lily Reardon have been named to the
Red Bank Catholic (RBC) is honored to announce the endowment of the Dennis P. Lynch ’59 Merit Scholarship. The scholarship
The Trinity Hall ice hockey team begins its fifth season with a roster ready to rule. The girls went 9-8