Bank of America donates building to city

Long Branch — Mayor John Pallone announced this week that he has successfully negotiated with Bank of America to donate its historic main building on Broadway to the city.

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Fall Cleanup at Jackson Woods

Kathy Buchan, of Friends of Jackson Woods, is requesting help on October 26, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., for a Fall Cleanup.

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Columbus Day Parade celebrates diversity in LB

Steve Levine, owner of the Windmill restaurants was Grand Marshal of the Columbus Day Parade this year held on Sunday in the city.
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Recycling event in WLB, donate old eyeglasses

West Long Branch — On Saturday, October 5, the WLB Environmental Commission is hosting a Recycling Event from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at West Long Branch Borough Hall, 965 Broadway. Read More >>

Donovan’s Bartender of the Week

Who is this week’s Bartender of the Week? Read More >>

Spicing Without Fear in third printing

“Spicing Without Fear”, written by Jesse Novak, emphasizes cooking with fresh organic & locally grown fruits and vegetables, cooking with the seasons, and straightforward preparation methods.

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County Dems keep E’town choice off ballot

Eatontown — After the head of the Monmouth County Democrats refused to certify a petition to put newly sworn in Borough Councilwoman Christine Caruso on the November ballot, there will be no Democrats running for that term. Read More >>

Woman still missing; fire under investigation

Ocean Township — Ronald Teschner, 49, has been detained until trial. Ronald Teschner was charged with 2 counts of Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, two counts of Certain Persons Not to Possess Weapons and three counts of Receiving Stolen Property. Read More >>

Council: NJ should not be a sanctuary state

By Neil Schulman

Oceanport — The governing body plans to take a stand against people who enter this country illegally, though not everyone in the borough believes this is a borough issue. Read More >>