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5 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
The striped bass, although small in size, are large in numbers. Despite the snow and cold, anglers are getting to the beach and finding all the action they want.
Do You Know the Constitution Better Than Most Politicians?
Should free speech ever be restricted?
9 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
While the Monmouth University football program's move to the Big South beginning next fall represents an upgrade in competition and prestige, its facilities will be getting a big upgrade as well.
17 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
It also can be a time that holds special challenges -- from meltdowns to difficulty transitioning to new situations -- for children with special needs and their families, authors Jesemine Jones of Long Branch and Ida Keiper of Shrewsbury have learned.
21 hrs ago | Patch.com
By Christopher Sheldon Long Branch may not have received funds to repair its damaged beachfront, but city officials are still looking to get the ball rolling on designing projects that will allow the work to begin once the money is in place.
Elliott Denman of West Long Branch will receive the 2013 Lori Maynard Award at the USATF Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet on Friday night at the JW Marriott of Indianapolis.
LONG BRANCH - When the city started planning its redevelopment two decades ago, officials intentionally started with the oceanfront, expecting progress there to eventually spread across Ocean Boulevard to the blighted Broadway corridor.
TUCKERTON Anyone looking for knockoff designer handbags at Saturday's Christkindlmarkt was out of luck.
EATONTOWN - After another contentious Planning Board meeting and up to $10,000 in additional taxpayer funds being spent on planning, the borough is no closer to having a solution for the dilemma that is the Old Orchard Country Club.
Owners of the Old Orchard Country Club sent a mailer to residents backing a proposed controversial land use change of their property to commercial along Route 36 and open space in the rear, which is up for a public hearing at 7:30 p.m., tonight.
It's been more than a year since Superstorm Sandy. But on Saturday, a small cadre of bulldozers rumbled back and forth along the oceanfront in Long Branch, pushing huge piles of sand into place as part of yet another post-storm beach replenishment project.
The number of incidents of harassment, intimidation and bullying in the 2012-13 school year has dropped off by 36 percent since the previous school year, according to the State Department of Education.
It's sometimes called "highway hypnosis" or "white-line fever," and it's familiar to anyone who has ever driven long distances along a monotonous route.