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Long Branch Library news Drop jeans off for H.E.R.O.S.; Social Security workshop

Long Branch — Gently-used jeans will be collected at the Library 328 Broadway, through the month of March, on behalf of Long Branch H.E.R.O.S, for free donation to those in need. The H.E.R.O.S, a youth service group founded by Long … Continue reading

Gala promises Great (Gatsby) night for a great cause

By Neil Schulman Long Branch — MOCEANS Center For Independent Living has been around for nearly 30 years, but it’s never had a gala – until now.

Kelly Jakubowski named Teacher of the Year

Oceanport — Art teacher Kelly Jakubowski has been named Teacher of the Year at Maple Place School. School officials conducted an interview with her on the accomplishment.

Pallone introduces full ticket for race

By Patty Booth O’Neill “I do want to tell you why I’m running for mayor and some of the issues we’ll be talking about during our campaign,” John Pallone told his supporters at a packed IAMA on Tuesday night.

The Schneider team’s official kick off

By Patty Booth O’Neill Long Branch — “Everybody has to vote. That base has to be rallied, that base has to be fired up and go vote on May 8, and I know that they will. We are going to … Continue reading

Long Branch student is a Genius Junior star

By Neil Schulman Long Branch — In a few weeks, you’ll be able to watch Long Branch sixth grader Summer Sesty on Genius Junior, an NBC show hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.

Two Long Branch men facing life in prison

FREEHOLD – Two Long Branch men pleaded guilty to charges of Attempted Murder after admitting they fired multiple shots into a vehicle at a West Long Branch hotel in 2017, announced Monmouth County Prosecutor Christopher J. Gramiccioni. Due to their … Continue reading

Ted Friedli flips out over award

Ted Friedli, owner of Excel Travel and founder of Kick Cancer Overboard flips out over receiving the Greater Long Branch Chamber of commerce Libutti Award on Friday night.

Theater Review: We’re wild about Wild Horses

By Madeline Schulman Long Branch — Estelle Bajou is phenomenal. In Wild Horses, a one woman play (with a twist) by Allison Gregory, now at NJ Rep, she plays an entire town full of characters, sometimes enacting scenes between three … Continue reading

Councilman: consider armed officers in schools

By Neil Schulman Oceanport — A borough councilman wants to meet with Oceanport school officials to see how our children are being protected, and if armed officers can be placed in schools.