Shrewsbury & Little Silver
Stay in touch with what’s going on in the Little Silver and Shrewsbury Journal.
Each issue includes information about businesses and events happening in and around Colts Neck, NJ.
Tele-treatment is a way for an individual with a substance use disorder to receive help through online communication. Tele-treatment is
What do a former Rockette, restaurant owner, winery and musician have in common? They’re all bringing joy to Monmouth County
A Jersey Shore gathering threatens Pennsylvania residents. The Bucks County Department of Health reported 33 new cases of COVID-19, 11
A peaceful protest is planned to take place in Red Bank tomorrow, June 9, to celebrate the life of George
Gov. Phil Murphy has just announced that municipal and private club swimming pools can reopen Monday, June 22. The New
UPDATE: The motorcyclist has been identified. This past Sunday afternoon, a 34-year-old motorcyclist collided with a vehicle and was killed.
Each spring, Clean Ocean Action (COA) hosts its Spring Student Summit at Sandy Hook, part of Gateway National Park. It’s
Brad Brach has discovered the pleasures of gardening. “I’m just starting to enjoy it,” he said from his Tennessee home
It is reported that NJ State and Rumson Police are currently engaged in an active search for a missing fisherman.
Two men have been arrested in conjunction with a shooting that occurred Tuesday night in Asbury Park, announced Monmouth County
Hazlet Township announced yesterday that it will not be reopening its Hazlet Pool Club and Hazlet recreation summer camps program
What started as a new hobby transcended into a philanthropic endeavor for a local Middletown elementary student. Meet 8-year-old Sophia
At approximately 10:32 pm Tuesday, the Asbury Park Police Department responded to the sound of shots fired in the area
This month, we remember Old Glory, and we also think of graduates who are beginning their walk into the future.
Many businesses have been looted as a result of the riots occurring across the nation in a response to police
Today at 6 pm, a protest in Keansburg will be held for George Floyd, an African American man killed by
What started as a peaceful protest in Asbury Park on Monday turned confrontational as night fell over the city. Peaceful
The Count Basie Center for the Arts presents New Jersey’s first-of-its kind “drive-in” concert experience on Saturday, July 11 with
Gov. Phil Murphy has taken the first steps of stage 2 in his restart and recovery program. On Monday, June
On a bright, sunny morning, on the grounds of the iconic Bell Labs beneath the transistor-shaped water tower, a group
A peaceful protest was held Sunday afternoon in Pier Village for George Floyd and all of those affected by police
No Limits Cafe in Middletown is a place whose mission is to prove that anyone – including individuals with intellectual
“I can’t wait to be a senior.” Those are the words often repeated throughout the halls of school as students
A humpback whale was spotted Friday in the Shrewsbury River, close to the Highlands Bridge. It was reported that the
In a letter dated May 29 from the Borough of Sea Bright’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM), it has been
Since its founding in 2015, Impact 100 Jersey Coast has made tremendous strides in empowering women to improve the lives
Earlier today, Holmdel Superintendent Dr. Robert McGarry informed the township’s Board of Education that he is resigning his position, effective
More than 50 of the Jersey Shore’s restaurant owners gathered this morning outside Woody’s Ocean Grille restaurant in Sea Bright
The Borough of Red Bank developed a plan on Wednesday to create pedestrian plazas on Downtown Red Bank streets. Determined
Adjusting her tiara while finishing her finals, one local woman seamlessly combines a hectic college schedule with bringing smiles to
New Jersey and out-of-state commuters will be hit with another financial burden amid the current health and financial crisis, as
Demolition began last Thursday on the corner of East Front Street and Spring Street in Red Bank. What was once
Used car dealer Ron Romano, 58, of Manalapan, attempted to illegally sell 3M-brand N95 masks at a drastic markup from
Another Monmouth County small business has fallen victim to the COVID-19 crisis, this time a unique grilled cheese eatery in
The 58th graduating class of Christian Brothers Academy will truly be one for the history books. The class of 2020
Peter Manfredonia, 23, the prime suspect in a double homicide, is actively on the run. Manfredonia has been fleeing police
Losing his junior baseball season at Red Bank Catholic was bad enough for pitcher Shane Panzini. While he was looking
Gov. Phil Murphy announced this morning that professional sports teams in New Jersey may begin practicing and even playing games,