Out and About

See who was caught Out and About and if you are the WindMill Customer of the Week…Hunter you will receive $5.00 off your next order at WindMill North Long Branch. Read More >>

Christine Caruso named to Eatontown Council

By Coleen Burnett

At the September 11 session of the Eatontown Borough Council, Christine Caruso was sworn in to the governing body. Caruso is replacing the recently departed Jen Sherrod, who resigned last month. Read More >>

Federal grant award for West Long Branch EMS

West Long Branch — Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr. (NJ-06) announced Friday that the West Long Branch EMS has been awarded nearly $50,000 in federal grant funding from the Assistance to Firefighters Grants (AFG) program.

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Can Oceanport monitor for helicopter flights?

By Neil Schulman

Oceanport — Plans to expand heliport operations at Monmouth Park Racetrack may be dead, but borough officials still want to monitor the situation more closely.

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FMBA Local 68 raises money for good causes

The Long Branch Professional Firefighters FMBA Local 68 cigar outing is not just about smoking your favorite stogies. Read More >>

Fun at 1st Constitution Bank

At the 1st Constitution Bank in Ursula Plaza, North Long Branch there will be a Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 21, 9am-1pm. Read More >>

Out and About

Local People – Local Places – Local Businesses

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Pallone: No new city hall planned

Long Branch — Mayor John Pallone and the City Council have made a decision not to build a new city hall, and instead will repair the roof and continue various improvements to the building.

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The Boss at WindMill North

Don’t miss Bruce Springsteen music at the Usula Plaza WindMill in North Long Branch, Sept 22. Read More >>

Back-to-school for big savings

From The Senate By Senator Vin Gopal

It’s September, which means Monmouth County’s kids are officially heading back to school. It’s no small point of pride for many of us that our schools are some of the best in America. After all, you get what you pay for – and New Jersey taxpayers pay a lot. Read More >>