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Friday | Asbury Park Press
The full-service Freehold campus of Brookdale Community College is an experiment in optimism and demographics.
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Friday Dec 6 | Patch.com
Whether you want to choose a freshly-cut Christmas tree or cut it down yourself with a saw, you can "buy local."
Friday Dec 6 | Daily Record
Hopewell Valley residents must prepare for an invasion of oxen. The massively muscled beasts of burden will arrive next year, their hides gleaming with bright hues and exotic designs.
Shavone James, also known as Shavone Booker and Lakeisha Scott, 35, of Berkeley was arrested following a struggle with an Walmart loss-prevention employee and a pursuit with police on Wednesday, police said.
Andres Marin, also known as, Rigoberto Marin, 35, of Freehold, was issued several summonses following a crash on Route 9 South and West Farms Road on Wednesday night, police said.
Howell, NJ December 05, 2013 Shaya Ackerman , Senior Managing Director at Eastern Union Funding has been in high gear, closing six loans on as many varying property types in as many days.
To celebrate Kalmyk culture and encourage others to learn about it, the second annual Kalmyk Day will take place at 6 p.m. Saturday at Our House Tavern, organizers said.
This holiday season there are lots of ways to give back here in Howell and we want to help spread the word to help as many people as possible.
The Howell Chamber of Commerce welcomed the newest member of the restaurant scene to the township recently with a ribbon Cutting for Giana Bella.
The NJDOT rejected Howell Township's request to lower the speed limit on Route 33 near San Marco Boulevard.
A Toms River man was arrested for the attempted robbery of a Howell Best Buy after an incident led to an alleged melee with employees.
Robert Dosil Jr., 32, Toms River was arrested on Sunday after video surveillance showed him hiding items under his coat at the Best Buy on Route 9, police said.
After suffering a stroke in 2003 and retiring from his job as an employee of the Social Security Office, Nathaniel Lawrence was grateful that Medicare covered his many medical expenses.
Wednesday looks to be a busy middle of the week here in Howell with an annual tradition and the honoring of a Howell resident highlighting a special week here in the township.
When the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders launched the NJ Walks for TS program in 2010, it had the vision of the New Jersey Tourette community assembling en masse to promote awareness and advocacy for a neurological disorder that remains misdiagnosed and misunderstood by the general public, education and medical ... (more)