Article By MTHS Student Kacie Mandella MANCHESTER –Students from the Manchester Township High School Engineering Technology Program went to Ocean County College for their annual Robotics competition on December 3. Students were able to design their own Lego Mindstorm robots and compete in two different contests. In contest one, teams designed, built and tested aCONTINUE READING
By Catherine Galioto BERKELEY – As elected officials chose who among them would lead the council, one councilmember submitted his letter of resignation, creating a vacancy. At the beginning of this year’s
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
By Catherine Galioto SEASIDE HEIGHTS – Despite the chilly air, hundreds came out throughout the day in Seaside Heights to celebrate the last afternoon of the year at First Night Seaside Heights.
By Judy Smestad-Nunn TOMS RIVER – The Second Annual Winter Solstice Celebration took place at Cattus Island County Park last Saturday, which featured crafts, nature walks, a bonfire, an appearance by Santa,
By Judy Smestad-Nunn BRICK – 2014 began in Brick Township with the swearing-in of a new Democratic mayor, John Ducey, and three newly elected council members, Heather deJong, Paul Mummolo and Marianna
By Judy Smestad-Nunn BRICK – The Manetta family of 402 Princeton Avenue was named the first place winner of the 2014 Annual Holiday Home Decoration Contest. “We only got second place last
HOWELL – Howell Library, 318 Old Tavern Rd., will be closed through January 10 for the installation of new carpet. In addition, the West Long Branch Library, 95 Poplar Ave., is
By Bill Miller STAFFORD – Numerous residents from Mallard Island appeared before the governing body at its most recent meeting to ask for assistance with chronic flooding on their streets. Mary Ann
By Bill Miller BARNEGAT – Long time Committeeman Leonard Morano ended his tenure on the governing body at the most recent meeting of the Township Committee. Morano has served 18 years as
Photo Courtesy of FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties HOWELL – Howell High School collected 4,248 pounds of food, placing first in their division of the FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties’
By Catherine Galioto JACKSON – A special program commemorating 50 years since Jackson Memorial opened its doors will focus on the music and theater productions students have put on through those decades.
By Catherine Galioto JACKSON – Several students earned the highest score of 800 on portions of the Scholastic Aptitude Test, or SAT, a “perfect” score that the school district celebrated at its
MONMOUTH COUNTY – Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini (R-Monmouth) is inviting students in grades six through eight to participate in her third annual Honor Our Veterans contest. Entries must be submitted to her