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Barbara M. Irons passes

Barbara M. Irons, 83, of Long Branch, passed away peacefully Tuesday May 4th at home surrounded by her family. Born and raised in Long Branch, Barbara graduated Long Branch High School in 1956.  Barbara had a long work career beginning … Continue reading

Margaret Mae Fragale, 91 passes

argaret Mae Fragale 91 passed away Monday May 3, 2021 she died peacefully with her family by her side. She is survived by her sisters Catherine Salerno and Viola Morley; her children Deborah and George, Mario and Carolyn, Anthony, John and Michelle; … Continue reading

Saverio “Sam” Todaro, 84 of Long Branch passes

Saverio “Sam” Todaro, 84 of Long Branch died on Friday, April 30, 2021 at home. Sam was born in Miglierina, Catanzaro, Italy and he came to Long Branch in 1952.

From the Legislature – Helping Workers and Veterans

By Vin Gopal, Eric Houghtaling and Joann Downey – When we support workers, veterans and their families, we enhance the economy and make our community stronger.

From homeless to a full time police officer in Long Branch

By Luciana Silva- “I was not a student, however I was told about a career fair at Monmouth University and attended with the hope of not only finding a company who would give me a chance but also in a … Continue reading

Four seek three seats in Monmouth Beach

By Neil Schulman, Monmouth Beach — Three incumbents and one challenger are vying for three seats in the May 11 Commissioners election.

Monmouth County Commissioner Director Tom Arnone Newsletter

I hope everyone had a great Mother Day Weekend with their families. I have been staying extremely busy and I would like to take some time to share what I have been up to around Monmouth County.

Listings for Long Branch City-Wide Yard Sale, May 15 & 16

If you would like your Yard Sale added to the list, email your address and days and time to

Addiego, Gopal, Lagana Unveil $235 Million in EDA Grants to Aid Small Businesses, Non-Profits

Senators Dawn Addiego, Vin Gopal and Joseph Lagana today announced they are introducing legislation to provide the Economic Development Authority (EDA) with $235 million for grants to small businesses and non-profits to spur the economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.