June 19th party gets out of hand as police handle 2,000 partiers

By Patty Booth O’Neill, Long Branch – On Saturday, a beach party of what turned out to be thousands of young people from all over the state gathered along the beachfront near Pier Village to celebrate Juneteenth. Read More >>

Jackson Woods improvements update

Thought everyone would like to see some recent improvements at Jackson Woods. Two rain barrels have been installed to collect much needed water for gardening. Someday we hope to have a water source like a fountain perhaps.

Working as a Team, Monmouth Medical Center Surgeons Reach the Century Mark in Pioneering Robotic Spine Cases

Long Branch – Reaching 100 of anything is usually a significant milestone, but it is always an extraordinary achievement in medicine, particularly when it’s the number of patients who receive a life-changing procedure. Read More >>

Local students receive degrees from Quinnipiac University

Courtney Schmitt, Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Eatontown
Alexandra Langan, Bachelor of Science in Marketing – Monmouth Beach Read More >>

The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County Reopened

Freehold, NJ. June 14, 2021 – The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County is pleased to announce that after being closed to the public since early March 2020, it  reopened on Tuesday, June 15, by appointment only.

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Cunningham, Gopal Bill Package to Increase Transparency of Online Degree Programs Advances

Trenton – In an effort to enhance transparency between institutions and students, the Senate Higher Education Committee today advanced a bill package sponsored by Senators Sandra Cunningham and Vin Gopal that will require online program managers and certain institutions of higher education to be more transparent in the responsibility they hold in online degree programs. Read More >>

Pallone’s Bill to Help Homeless Veterans with Credit and Financial Counseling Services Passes House

Washington, DC – Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr.’s (NJ-06) Homeless Veterans Credit Repair, Enhancement, and Debt Improvement for Tomorrow (CREDIT) Act passed the House of Representatives today. The bill will help end veteran homelessness and housing instability by providing credit and financial counseling – a top ten unmet need for homeless veterans. In February, Pallone held a virtual roundtable with veterans in New Jersey to discuss how this bill would help the veteran community. Read More >>