Public Hearings Being Held For Monmouth County’s Budget Proposal
The public will get the chance to voice their opinion about the way the Monmouth County Board of Freeholders is planning to spend taxpayer dollars. A public hearing is being held tonight at the County Library in Manalapan at 7.
Brick Schools To Host Parent University
Recognizing gang activity, social media and special education are just a few of 25 workshops being offered during the Brick Township School District’s Parent University next month.
Navy Plans to Deflate the Airship and Store at the Mega Base
The Navy explains its reasoning behind temporarily deflating the helium-filled test MZ-3A Airship housed at the Mega Base in Lakehurst.
Belmar Campaigns for Best Beach Spot
Even before votes could be cast in the annual 2012 New Jersey Top Ten Beaches Poll, one shore front community had already begun campaigning for your votes.
Buddhist Monks And Nuns Lead Anti-Nuclear Energy Walk
A Japanese Buddhist organization along with anti-nuclear groups will be participating in a 19-day ‘No More Fukushimas Peace Walk’ to three nuclear generating facilities on the northeast coast beginning in New Jersey.
AC Garden Pier Gets a Facelift
The north end of the Atlantic City Boardwalk is getting a facelift thanks to a public private-partnership between Atlantic City, the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), the State Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and Revel Casino.
O-C Health Department Hopes To Be Your Match Maker
The Ocean County Health Department is hoping to help you find the love of your life this Valentine’s Day.
Scientist Use Jet Skis to Study Beach Nourishment Project
Millions of federal and state dollars continues to spent on beach renourishment projects along the Jersey shore to protect property and infrastructure in the event of a storm but how effective are they?
Barnegat and Ocean Townships Share Major Services
The decision by two Southern Ocean County communities to share services comes with painful sacrifices as Barnegat Township Committee Members vote to eliminate several administrative staff positions during Wednesday’s special joint meeting with Ocean Township.
New Law Promotes State’s Health Care Appeals Program [AUDIO]
Garden State residents don’t necessarily take no for an answer if their health insurance company refuses to pay for certain doctor-recommended medical procedures.
Freeholder Considers Plan to Help Commuters With Toll Increase
Calling the recent toll increases on the Garden State Parkway and the New Jersey Turnpike a burden on Ocean County workers, a County official is trying to come up with ways to give residents some relief.
State GOP Lawmakers Undaunted About Being in the Minority
Listening to news reports about the nasty partisan bickering in Trenton, it’s a wonder anything gets accomplished in the State but 9th District Republican State Senator Chris Connors says don’t believe all the hype. Lawmakers are working together under the ‘Gol…