Facing the Question

What is your favorite year?

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This week’s Out and About – Are you in it?

Out and About – a local feature in The Link

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Annie Grant, 83, served the state and the community

Annie Williams Grant, 83, of Long Branch, was born in Blackville, South Carolina, and passed on July 3, 2019 at Monmouth Medical Center.

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Eatontown seeks to control invasive bamboo

By Coleen Burnett

Eatontown — Eatontown is looking to possibly ban bamboo in the borough. Read More >>

Shade Tree Com. offers trees for Monmouth Beach

Monmouth Beach — The Monmouth Beach Shade Tree Commission says that with all the construction still happening in their beautiful little town, there is more need than ever before to restore the canopy and shade quality in the borough by planting new trees. Read More >>

WLB Library offers family fun this summer

West Long Branch — The West Long Branch Library, 95 Poplar Ave., has announced its children’s programs for July and August.

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Laurino Farms cares for the produce and the community

Bob Laurino’s decision not to use chemical products on his crops began after a tragic event: The death of his father, the former owner of Laurino farms.

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Local campaign helps to boost special education funding $65M

By Neil Schulman

Long Branch — City resident Anita Claverling and Councilwoman Dr. Anita Voogt are urging people to support the Every Kid Counts program, which would provide more state funding for special education. It seems their voices and those of many others are being heard.

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Battle on the Beach boxing fundraiser for NJ youth

Long Branch — Get ready to rumble in Long Branch on July 6 for the 3rd annual Battle on the Beach fundraising boxing event for New Jersey Give a Kid a Dream (NJGAKAD), a non-profit organization for youth. Read More >>

Shop Long Branch could start up within the month

By Neil Schulman

Long Branch — The Shop Long Branch program, which offers property tax deductions or money back for shopping at participating businesses in the city, should start within the next few weeks.

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