Mazzacco leads Devils over Bucs

By Walter J. O’Neill, Jr. October 22, 2021 – Shore Regional High School senior Jamie Mazzacco put on a magnificent show on Friday night as he led the Blue Devils over the visiting Bucs of Red Bank Regional, 23-8. Mazzacco played quarterback completing 5 of 8 passes for 91 yards. He ran the ball 22 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns, and also kicked a 28-yard field goal. That was just his offensive contributions. Read More >>

Local Real Estate Sold From 10-18-21 to 10-25-21

EATONTOWN:
Single Family:
34 Sullivan Ave   $445,000
33 Kremer Ave   $469,000
35 Tinton Ave   $546,000
45 Bernard St    $451,000
Condo/Townhouse:
306-A South St   $102,000
4 Waverly Ct   $612,500
There are 32 homes currently Under Contract of Sale, and 16 Currently Available For Sale Read More >>

WLB holds grand opening for remodeled Community Center

The grand opening of the newly renovated West Long Branch Community Center was held Friday night with Mayor Janet Tucci leading the celebration, along with council, residents and accompanied by a champagne toast. Read More >>

Frances “Fran” Welcome, 84, passes away

Frances “Fran” Welcome, 84, passed away on Saturday, October 16, 2021. Born Frances Cosentino, she grew up in West Long Branch, the daughter of public servants: Josephine, a nurse, and Anthony, the Borough’s Fire Chief. She graduated from Long Branch High School in 1955, where in 1953 she met her best friend and husband Donald Welcome, with whom she spent 68 years.

Read More >>

Dorothy Catherine Molloy passes

Dorothy C. Molloy, nee Vetrini, passed away on October 11, 2021, peacefully at home in Monmouth Beach.  She was born in Bayonne, NJ in 1924 to Angela and Cesare Vetrini. Read More >>

Mary Mirarchi Rosenbruch, 95, passes

Mary Mirarchi Rosenbruch, 95, passed away October 12, 2021 at Monmouth Medical Center after a brief illness. She was born and lived all of her life in Long Branch. During her life she had been employed by Fort Monmouth, Flame Restaurant, and Concurrent Computer Corp retiring thirty years ago.

Read More >>

Angel L. Acevedo, Jr. and Daniela Correia Salles

Angel L. Acevedo Jr., 40 and his wife, Daniela Correia Salles, 35, of Baltimore, MD passed away in a tragic car accident on Saturday, October 9, 2021 in Tinton Falls, NJ. The family is deeply saddened by their sudden death. Read More >>