Schools Plan to Open in a Month

By DON STINE Both Ocean Township and Neptune have adopted plans for school reopenings in September which will feature hybrid schedules that have students in school only two days a week and be taught remotely on other days. Their plans had to be submitted to the county school officials earlier this week. Asbury Park, which […]

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Storm Rips Through Shore

By DON STINE and ELLEN CARROLL The fast-moving tropical storm which tore through the Jersey Shore Tuesday left little rain but felled trees, damaged homes and caused power outages for thousands, many still without power at press time. In Asbury Park, sections of the city lost power effecting approximately 300 residents and many large trees […]

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Sports Profile: John Girard

By CHRIS CHRISTOPHER John Girard has earned a major honor. The board president of Ocean Youth Lacrosse was named the 2020 US Lacrosse Program Administrator of the Year. “This award is given to an outstanding administrator of a league or program who runs a program of excellence that upholds the vision and mission of US […]

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Prosecutor Refuses to Allow Murder to Become a Cold Case

Despite the passage of over two years, investigators are working tirelessly to ensure the murder of Earl Sanders of Neptune City does not become another cold case. Authorities from the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office and Colts Neck Police Department say that the senseless murder of Sanders remains very active and are urging anyone with information […]

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