RED BANK - The owner of a west side grocery store that had its liquor license revoked last year is now facing deportation, a spokesman for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement acknowledged this week.
When michael mulheren asks the waitress at the Inbetween Restaurant in Red Bank for change of a dollar - he needs to feed the parking meter around the corner - she does a double-take: "You look very familiar. Where do I know you from?''
The united states Navy last week reversed its decision to allow civilians to move into the 300-unit housing development formerly used for military families located within the boundaries of Naval Weapons Stations Earle.
HIGHLANDS - The New Jersey Department of Transportation has taken into consideration the concerns of local residents and has amended its plan for signage on the Highlands Bridge to conform to the "character of the area."
FAIR HAVEN - Mayor Michael Halfacre spoke out in favor of the Fair Haven Board of Education's proposed budget and said that he would be voting in favor of the budget and urged residents to do the same.
NEWARK - The NJ Transit Board of Directors today approved a fare and service plan that they say strikes a balance between closing the agency's $300 million budget gap and maintaining affordable and high quality transportation services for its riders.
MIDDLETOWN - If a proposed amendment to Middletown
Township's recycling ordinance is adopted, residents might be
able to make fewer trips to the Kanes Lane Recycling Center
as early as June of this year.