MONMOUTH BEACH - With accolades for his service and a roast just for fun, Monmouth Beach Police Chief Richard White Sr. was sent into retirement at a rollicking good dinner held at the Channel Club last Friday night (Dec. 11).
TINTON FALLS - Were they naughty or nice? Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus and some helpful elves were finding out as they called some local children find out that answer and to see what the children were wishing for as the
MIDDLETOWN - "A grateful nation remembers," said
Lt. Col. Ann Walko, a member of the Ocean Composite Squadron of the New Jersey Wing of the Civil Air Patrol,
as she recognized World
War II veterans on Saturday
at Brookdale Community College, in Lincroft.
BRIDGET GRIMES AND Debra Sloan pleaded not guilty in a Warren County courthouse last Friday to 17 counts of abuse that ultimately led to the starvation death of Tara O'Leary, a developmentally disabled woman who was under the care of Grimes and Sloan.
FAIR HAVEN - Earlier this year a recommendation was made by then Council Candidate and current Councilman-elect Robert Marchese to hold an open council meeting at the Knollwood Middle School so the students could learn about how local government is conducted and voice concerns they might have within the borough.
SEA BRIGHT - The New Jersey Department of Transportation hosted a public information center at Borough Hall in Sea Bright on Tuesday afternoon to address public questions and concerns over a planned resurfacing project for Highway 36 between the Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge and the Highlands Bridge.
FAIR HAVEN - The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders has released
another installment in its online history project that features the borough's war memorial in a two-and-a-half-minute video available for viewing on the county Web site at www.