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NJ Governor Chris Christie was sworn in at the Trenton War Memorial on Tuesday, Jan. 19th.

This Week's Top Stories

Riverview R.N. Rendered Aid After Haiti Earthquake
RED BANK - Florence Germain and her family had just presented their passports and boarding passes to the attendant at the airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and were preparing to board the U.S. bound plane when the unimaginable happened.
NJ's First Lt. Governor
It may take a village to raise a child, but it took the people of Monmouth Beach to see Kim Guadagno and her family through her campaign for election as New Jersey' s first lieutenant governor.
YMCA's MLK Breakfast: Celebrating The Life Of A Great American
WEST LONG BRANCH - Martin Luther King did not live to see his 40th birthday, the Reverend Dr. Henry P. Davis Jr., pastor of Atlantic Highlands' St. Paul Baptist Church, observed last Monday.
RB's Diversity Demands State of Art Police Work, Notes New Chief
RED BANK - Stephen McCarthy is looking forward to his new job as borough police chief.
International Telecommunications Firm Relocates To Red Bank
RED BANK - One of the world's leading telecommunications service providers, Deutsche Telekom Group, officially opened its Deutsche Telekom North America Inc. headquarters in Red Bank last Friday.
Supporters Gather In Newark For Inaugural Mass
NEWARK - On Tuesday, Chris Christie was inaugurated as the 55th Governor of New Jersey but before taking the Oath of Office in Trenton, Christie and his family attended a Catholic Mass that was held in celebration of his inauguration at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey.
"Change Has Arrived" - NJ. Governor Chris Christie Takes Oath Of Office
TRENTON - "New Jersey, you voted for change and today change has arrived - right here, right now," proclaimed Chris Christie following his swearing in as the state's 55 Governor on Tuesday.
Trenton-Bound Lt. Gov. Outlines Impressive Agenda
AS NEW JERSEY'S first Lieutenant Governor, Monmouth Beach resident Kim Guadagno has played a major role in developing the job description for her new post.
Agreement Expands Beach Access in Sea Bright
SEA BRIGHT - A settlement of a four-year legal dispute between the state of New Jersey, the Borough of Sea Bright and six beach clubs will result in greater beach access for the public on sands fronting on beach club property.
Woman Pleads Guilty To Stealing Ex-Husband's Identity
FREEHOLD - A former Middletown woman admitted in court last week that she stole her ex-husband's identity in order to collect nearly $50,000 in unemployment benefits in his name.
Haiti Relief Drive This Sat. At Little Silver Firehouse
LITTLE SILVER -Local volunteers will be collecting donations of medical and health supplies, toiletries and dried foods for the citizens in earthquake-stricken Haiti this Sat. Jan. 23 at the Little Silver Firehouse on Prospect Ave.