MANALAPAN - During the course of a nearly two-hour debate on Wednesday evening, Oct. 22, the four candidates for the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders had a chance to answer about a dozen questions.
When the Brookdale Big Band appears for the annual World War II Dinner Dance at Gibbs Hall on Nov. 21, "The people are waiting on the dance floor for us to start playing," says Joseph Accurso, professor of music at Brookdale Community College and founder-conductor of The Brookdale Big Band.
MIDDLETOWN - Surrounding Democrat Patricia Walsh's candidacy for Township Committee is a recent recall petition put forth by members of the Middletown Board of Education to have Walsh removed from her position on the BOE.
RED BANK - The Charter School's decision last week to seek an enrollment increase is being met with opposition by the Board of Education, is evoking memories of the long-lasting feud between the two local education institutions that was thought to be put to rest more than a year ago.
SEA BRIGHT - With two seats available, four candidates, and large-scale redevelopment in the works, Sea Bright incumbents Susana Markson (D), and Thomas Scriven (D) are seeking re-election to see their redevelopment plans through to
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Four persons are running for the two three-year terms on the governing body, with two incumbent Republicans seeking new terms and two Democrats vying for their seats and a change of power on the governing body.
RUMSON - Two incumbent Republican borough councilmen seeking re-election to their respective 3-year terms on the council, is not an unusual occurrence for the consistent, all Republican governing body.