Beyond the Curtain at NJ Rep

Chloé Hung is a Chinese-Canadian playwright currently residing in Los Angeles.

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Amergo Vepucci Society scholarship recipients

The Amerigo Vespucci Society (AVS) of Long Branch New Jersey has announced the recipients of their annual academic scholarships. This year’s scholarships, to be applied for the 2020 Fall semester, have been awarded to two New Jersey high school seniors. Read More >>

Local Real Estate sold from 9/7 to 9/14/2020

EATONTOWN:
Single Family:
38 Oak Ln   $300,000 Read More >>

Patrick S. Clay, Long Branch, passes

Patrick Stephen Clay, age 69 of Long Branch, passed away Thursday, September 3, 2020. Pat was born at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch NJ, and raised in Ocean Township NJ. Read More >>

Gopal and Cryan Bill Prohibits Financial Incentives for Substance Use Treatment Facilities

Trenton – Senator Vin Gopal and Senator Joseph Cryan’s bill to prohibit financial incentives for substance use treatment facilities was voted out of the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee today and will move to the State Senate for a vote. The companion bill has passed the Assembly. Read More >>

The timeless tale of monarch butterfly migration

The State We’re In by Michele S. Byers, Executive Director, New Jersey Conservation Foundation

Do you ever read through old newspapers and notice that sometimes the topic and perspective are still pretty current and fresh? So much has changed in the world in recent decades, but our fascination with nature is timeless!

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“Oyster Point of View” this Sunday

We are so excited to be invited to participate in this lovely location!

Just a reminder that the reception for the Oyster Point Hotel Exhibit “Oyster Point of View”, featuring Exhibiting Members of the Guild of Creative Art, will be this coming Sunday, September 13 from 4 – 6pm. Read More >>

From the Legislature: Our State Budget Priorities

By Vin Gopal, Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey

Hammering out a state budget in the time of COVID-19 is a balancing act that weighs the current $10 billion shortfall in revenues against the needs of residents who are hurting because they have lost their jobs or rely on state programs that are threatened by a lack of funding in the state’s proposed spending plan. Read More >>

Long Branch Mayor & Council and Chief Roebuck at odds over Public Safety Director

By Walter J. O’Neill, Jr
On August 25, Mayor John Pallone and the City Council announced that they were reinstating the position of Public Safety Director in response to an audit of the police department. Read More >>