Developer Files Suit Against Berkeley

By Catherine Galioto BERKELEY – The developer of Berkeley Family Apartments filed suit against the township recently, and Planning Board Attorney Gregory McGuckin said he will oppose the lawsuit, made after the

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Manchester Receives $33K For Recycling Efforts

NEW JERSEY – New Jersey’s municipalities will receive more than $15 million in state recycling grants to help implement and enhance local recycling efforts, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Bob Martin

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Toms River Council Meeting Highlights

By Judy Smestad-Nunn TOMS RIVER – An ordinance that establishes the position of Assistant Records Manager was passed on its final reading at last week’s council meeting. After the meeting, Township Clerk

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Marine Corps Heading Back to Afghanistan

CAMP LEJEUNE, NC-In a mock forward environment, Marines with 2nd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, II Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, tested their readiness for deployment Dec. 8-11 aboard Camp Lejeune, North

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Neptune Township Man Fatally Stabbed (FREEHOLD) A Neptune Township man was found dead inside a Washington Village apartment Monday evening. Asbury Park police responded to 1259 Washington Avenue, Building 1, Apartment 53,

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Army Reserve Citizen-Soldier 'humbled' to meet commander in chief

<img border=”0″ style=”margin-right:15px” src=”http://www.jointbasemdl.af.mil/shared/media/photodb/thumbnails/2015/01/141215-F-PJ305-072.jpg” Christmas came early for one Army Reserve Citizen-Soldier who received a gift that will keep on giving for a lifetime. Anthony Quattrone, a security specialist for the Army

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