SEA BRIGHT - Clean Ocean Action (COA) held a press conference on January 16th calling on New Jersey citizens to act to prevent the approval of a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility 19 miles off the coast of Sea Bright.
RED BANK - As they did throughout the two rivers and beyond, neighbors, strangers and friends gathered at a Wallace Street home last Tuesday night to celebrate the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
HIGHLANDS - According to Jay Cosgrove, co-owner of Bahrs Landing Seafood and Marina in Highlands, the remaining dolphins from the original pod of 16 that entered the Shrewsbury River last June may have returned to the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
WEST LONG BRANCH - The Community YMCA of Red Bank and the Western Branch of the Community Y in Freehold have hosted an annual breakfast in honor of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. for 20 years.
NEW YORK - While its main focus is delivering sleepy commuters to and from their work and homes, last Friday much of the NY Waterway ferry fleet joined in the rescue of many of the U.S. Airway jet flight that landed in the icy cold Hudson River.
RED BANK - At a regular meeting of the Borough Council last Monday, two Leighton Avenue residents, John Ross and John Tyler, vented their frustration about the fact that the Best Liquors store at 75 Leighton is still operating despite a council vote to revoke its license and a ruling by an Administrative Law judge upholding that decision.
MILLIONS OF PEOPLE in this country and around the world witnessed President Barack Obama's inauguration on Tuesday, and for a substantial number of those people it will be several years before they can even cast a vote.
AS DEMOCRATS CELEBRATED the inauguration of their candidate on Tuesday, many Republicans also
commented on the historic nature of the event and expressed their commitment to working together with their political opponents to resolve the serious challenges facing the nation.