Kids Golf Free in July

  July is Family Month at William F. Larkin Golf Course at Colonial Terrace, 1003 Wickapecko Dr., Ocean Township and families are encouraged to enjoy some fun, uninterrupted time together on the golf course this month. To promote the game of golf as a healthy family activity, youth ages 7 – 17 golf free every […]

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Greek Festival at Ocean Church

  Be Greek for a day at the Jersey Shore Greek Festival at St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Ocean Township June 23 to June 25. This fifth annual event features traditional Greek food, music, dancing, culture and hospitality. It takes place from Fri., June 23 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Sat., June 24 […]

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Ocean Welcomes New Manager

  By DON STINE Michael F. Muscillo, the current Administrator of Tinton Falls, was appointed Ocean Township’s new Township Manager at last week’s Township Council meeting. Mayor Christopher Siciliano said Muscillo, who starts his new job June 29 and receive a $170,000 annual salary, was the most qualified, has a great background, and has already […]

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Community Hope Fund Distributes $10,000 in Grants

  The Community Hope Fund, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, which is dedicated to promoting healthy youth development and supporting charitable needs in Ocean Township, recently approved five grants for 2016-17. These grants included L.E.A.D, formerly D.A.R.E., two grants to benefit the Township of Ocean Student Assistance programs which include Girls Circle/Boys Council and Project Extend, […]

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New Manager Expected in Ocean

  Michael F. Muscillo, the current administrator of Tinton Falls, is expected to be appointed Ocean Township’s new Township Manager at the June 8 Township Council meeting. Muscillo was previously the township manager for Lakewood from 2010 to 2013 and before then was the Municipal Administrator in Hazlet. Ocean Township Mayor Christopher Siciliano said more […]

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Officials Disagree on Schools for Village Students

  By DON STINE Loch Arbour and Ocean Township continue to butt heads over each municipality’s educational formula and it seems the state Department of Education is the only agency that can straighten things out. Ocean Township contends that the existing education formula, which provides $2.1 million annually in Loch Arbour school taxes to the […]

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In Ocean: Hope Fund Seeks Applicants

  The Community Hope Fund of Ocean Township is once again seeking requests for proposal for its Youth Development Grant Program. Specifically, it is looking for local programs that build “Developmental Assets ” in youth.  Assets are the 40 positive experiences and personal qualities that help determine whether youth make bad or good decisions. This […]

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