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WLB man accused of sexually assaulting 12-year-old

Following a two month long investigation, Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo, Merchantville Police Chief Wayne Bauer and Cherry Hill Police Chief William Monaghan announced that on Tuesday, August 15,  Anthony M. Woods, a 20-year-old West Long Branch resident, was … Continue reading

Free healthy food tasting on the boardwalk Saturday

Long Branch — A free healthy food tasting events will take place at Ray and Steve’s West End Beach Hut located at 21 Ocean Ave in Long Branch on Saturday, August 26, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Monmouth SPCA seeks to Clear the Shelters Aug. 19

Eatontown — Monmouth County SPCA has announced that it will join with NBC 4 New York/ WNBC and Telemundo 47/WNJU to host NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations’ Clear the Shelters third annual nationwide pet adoption drive on Saturday, August 19.

Tribute to RBR Coach Strangia

Little Silver — The commemoration of “Robert Strangia Way,” will take place at Red Bank Regional High School on Friday, September 15 at 6:15 p.m., before the 7 p.m. football game against Matawan Regional High School.

Elberon Library’s 25th celebrated

Long Branch — Celebrate the 25th birthday of the Elberon Branch Library with a Historic Trolley Tour! The tour takes place Sunday, August 27 from noon to 5 p.m. beginning at the Elberon Branch Library, 168 Lincoln Avenue.

Police seek info on man who harassed jogger

Ocean Township — Police are investigating a case where a man harassed a female jogger.

Eco-Elephant Family Flea Market

Ready to go on a treasure hunt? Then head over to the Monmouth County Park System’s Eco-Elephant Family Flea Market on Saturday,

Kortney’s Challenge a success at Monmouth Park

By Patty Booth O’Neill The weather was perfect for a fun run, walk, stroll or a horse race on Sunday for the 12th Annual Kortney’s Challenge at Monmouth Park Race Track. A crowd of almost 500 showed up to traverse … Continue reading

Kurt Kuster recalled in Long Branch

By Walter J. O’Neill, Jr Long Branch – In 1976 Kurt Kuster was just like any other kid growing up in the Elberon section of the city. He loved playing dodgeball and hanging with his friends.

Chicken ordinance pecks through mayor’s veto

By Coleen Burnett Eatontown — When all was said and done — and there’s been a lot said and done on this issue over the last seventeen months — it was a victory for the chickens.