County Historical Society to Gather First Person Impressions of Coronavirus

Citizens of the world are facing what many believe is an unparalleled pandemic, forcing unprecedented changes in the day to day life of every individual.  Monmouth County Historical Association has initiated a program designed to gather first person impressions of this tumultuous chapter in history from County residents, both adult and children, to be archived […]

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County Seeks Donations for Supplies and Nurses to Volunteer

Monmouth County officials held a press conference this week to request donations for desperately needed supplies and announce a donation drop off site. Officials also discussed County operations and the upcoming elections. “At the county, all of our employees have been instructed to practice social distancing and many are following alternative work plans,” said Freeholder […]

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A Message from a Freeholder

By TOM ARNONE As the world and our country are dealing with the severity of COVID-19, I want to inform your readership that the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders is in constant communication and diligently working with Federal, State and local officials to help eradicate this health pandemic. Over the past several weeks in […]

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What Are You Doing?

Tell us your stories during this unprecendented time. While students and other family members are home we want to know what and how you are doing as you spend many hours in your house all together. Are you reading, playing video games, sewing, cooking, binge-watching TV and Netflix, playing board games, sleeping or something else? […]

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InfoAge Helping to Fight Virus

The masks were a leftover from Super Storm Sandy when NGNG and others built a Volunteer Center on the InfoAge campus InfoAge of Wall Township has donated more than 1000 N-95 Healthcare Particulate respirator masks to Riverview Hospital and another 400 to Wall Township to help them fight the onslaught of the coronavirus. The masks […]

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150 Positive Coronavirus Cases in Monmouth County

All Monmouth County golf courses have been ordered closed. Open park spaces remain open. Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Susan M. Kiley have announced that, as of March 22, there are 156 positive cases of COVID-19 in Monmouth County. Neptune with 10 positive cases is the third highest in […]

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Coronavirus Testing Now Available In Eatontown

The Ocean Township Chamber of Commerce said today that Central Jersey Urgent Care’s Eatontown location is now doing testing in several locations around Monmouth County and Central New Jersey. Central Jersey Urgent Care’s Eatontown location is testing daily from 8 am until 8 pm.  However, the CDC requires that only patients that have symptoms for […]

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Gopal to Introduce Bill to Help Hospitality Businesses

Sen. Vin Gopal said today (March 19) he will introduce legislation establishing a New Jersey Hospitality Emergency Loan Program, which would provide immediate financial assistance for struggling hospitality businesses during the COVID-19 emergency. The program would be based on the Delaware program of the same name, announced on Wednesday by Delaware Governor John Carney. The […]

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