Berkeley Taking Legal Action Against Beachwood Mall

Mayor Amato says “We have been patient enough!” More »

Fair School Funding Bill At Berkeley School Board Meeting

The bill would divide school funding equally between each student. More »

Brick’s Foreclosure Ordinance

The town is taking steps to address abandoned properties. More »

Taunton, Ardena Schools Host Leadership Day

It was an exciting day at the Howell schools recently! More »


Ocean County Residents Among Winners Of NJ State Art Exhibit


OCEAN COUNTY – The Award Reception for the Annual New Jersey State Senior Citizens Art Exhibit was held on October 30 at 10:30 a.m. at Meadow Lakes in East Windsor. The following eight Ocean County residents were honored: Non-Professional Division

MTHS Students, Staff Honor Vets At 11th Annual Veterans Ceremony

Local veterans were honored at the 11th Annual Veterans Recognition Ceremony at MTHS. (Photo Courtesy of Manchester Township School District)

MANCHESTER – Manchester Township High School students and staff paid tribute to local veterans at the 11th Annual Veterans Recognition Ceremony on November 13. The ceremony included the presentation of colors by the NJROTC Color Guard, the singing of the

OCC To Host Holiday Shows


OCEAN COUNTY – The Grunin Center at Ocean County College announces its holiday show schedule, which runs through December 13. Performances take place on the Main Stage of the Grunin Center, Building #12 on OCC’s Main Campus, College Drive, Toms

MADD Offers Holiday Safety Reminder


NEW JERSEY – Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) and National Presenting Sponsor Nationwide launched the 28th annual Tie One On For Safety holiday red ribbon awareness campaign to prevent drunk driving by designating a non-drinking driver. To kick off the

BlueClaws Name Manager


LAKEWOOD – Shawn Williams has been named the 11th manager in BlueClaws history and will lead the team in 2015, it was announced by the Phillies recently. He will be joined on the staff by hitting coach Nelson Prada and

Micromedia Seeking Reporter


Micromedia Publications, Inc. is seeking a REPORTER with some writing/reporting experience. Candidate must be available to cover evening meetings of the local government, generally one night per week, and may also be asked to attend community events, fundraisers, etc. Conducting

Barnegat Administrator Could Assume Duties Of Rent Leveling Board

Police Officer Bryan Nogowski was one of the officers recognized by the Township Committee for helping to prevent a suicide attempt. (Photo Courtesy of Barnegat Township)

By Bill Miller BARNEGAT – Township Administrator David Breeden may take over the duties of the Rent Leveling Board under a proposal discussed at the recent meeting of the Township Committee.

Jackson District Welcomes Parents For American Education Week

Jackson Schools Administrators worked to coordinate American Education Week between staff and parents this week. (Photo By Catherine Galioto)

By Catherine Galioto JACKSON – Jackson schools are among those nationwide who recognized American Education Week, which was held this year November 17-21.