COLTS NECK - A U.S. Navy proposal to open 300 housing units at Earle Naval Weapons Station to civilian use has met with considerable opposition from area residents as well as from local elected officials and federal legislators.
MIDDLETOWN - The hot dogs and T-shirts went fast the night of June 24th, when skateboard clothier Volcom's Stone-Age East Coast Tour dropped six of its pro skateboarders at the Feet First store for a
SANDY HOOK - Last Monday was the deadline for the National Park Service to complete its review of financial documentation submitted by a private developer to demonstrate that it has the financial capability to undertake the renovation and leasing of some 36 buildings in the Fort Hancock section of Sandy Hook.
FAIR HAVEN - The Borough of Fair Haven has reached an informal agreement to purchase an approximately one-acre property at 78 DeNormandie for $1.2 million for the purposes of creating a waterfront park.
RED BANK - The proposal to change the name of a west side residential street in honor of a former Supreme Court justice and mayor, has met with opposition from those who say that changing the name of the street will cause problems for residents.