FREEHOLD - It is a building no one wanted to need. But nevertheless, the need exists, and now Monmouth County has a new facility to assist families and children who have been victims of criminal abuse.
SANDY HOOK - The U.S. Department of the Interior has denied The Two River Times™'s request under the Freedom of Information Act, to obtain the financial information submitted by the private developer the U.S. National Park Service had selected for the redevelopment project of some buildings at Fort Hancock.
MIDDLETOWN - After proclaiming April 2009 Autism Awareness Month in Middletown Township, the Township Committee introduced an ordinance that would authorize the Township to enter into a land purchase agreement with a local non-profit organization known as Impact OASIS.
ON MAY 1, 2009, over 60 students from 13 school districts will converge at Monmouth Regional High School in Tinton Falls to participate in a program designed to encourage them to become leaders in their communities and beyond.
MIDDLETOWN - New Jersey Transit is calling upon Middletown Township to end its practice of discriminating between resident and non-resident parking permit rates for the use of train station parking lots and requiring the Township to immediately pay $12,500 per quarter for the remainder of 2009 until a lease agreement is reached.
SEA BRIGHT - The
Borough of Sea Bright introduced
its proposed budget on
Tuesday night, which reflects
a 2.9-cent increase in the
overall tax rate raising the rate
to 67.7 cents per $100 of