RED BANK - Over three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and the surrounding region, the region is still recovering, according to members of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on River Road in Red Bank.
The Fiancée OF Philip Markoff, the man alleged by authorities to be the "Craig's List Killer," released a statement on Monday declaring her support for the man whom she was engaged to marry and pledging that she will cooperate fully with investigators..
AS NEWS DEVELOPS and concern heightens about a potential Swine Flu epidemic, local medical professionals are conferring with state and federal officals and preparing to educate the public about protecting their health.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - The downturn in the economy, especially in the building and construction sector, may yield a benefit for the Borough Council as it plans for the future borough hall and public library.
FAIR HAVEN - The Mayor and Council held a public hearing on the borough's proposed 2009 budget on Monday night but elected not to adopt the budget until the final numbers regarding municipal aid from the state are released.
MONMOUTH BEACH - Opposing candidates for three seats on the Borough Commission in the May 12 election squared off last Thursday, April 16, on the issues of beach replenishment, seawall repair, improvements to the bathing pavilion, taxes and what they should be spent on, and school consolidation.
Fort Monmouth -
Regardless of the nearly
four-year-old federal commission's
decision to close
Fort Monmouth in a little
more than two years, U.S.
Smith would like to
see Congress override that
COLTS NECK - Better than allowing a private developer to move forward with the controversial plan to convert housing units at Earle Naval Weapons Station for civilian use, the Neptune Housing Authority commissioner and a Colts Neck man would rather see the units be set aside for the use of senior and disabled veterans.