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Middletown High School South Second Annual Food Truck Fest

Middletown High School South will host its second annual Food Truck Fest with free admission to the community. This year will be bigger and better with more Food Trucks, more variety, and more family-friendly activities than ever. Food Trucks will vary from last year’s fan favorite’s to nationally recognized trucks that have been featured on the Food Network Channel. More than 20 Food Trucks will appeal to your diverse palate with ethnic flair, smoky barbecue, local NJ seafood, vegan ...

Atlantic Highlands Community Events Committee Plans A “Night of Comedy”

Atlantic Highlands Community Events Committee has announced that a benefit performance by Regina Keelen will be held on April 29, 2016 at 7:00PM at Atlantic Cinemas, 82 First Avenue in Atlantic Highlands. Regina, a native Atlantic Highlander, is well known for her comedy.  She has graciously offered to perform to aid in the effort to raise funds for the annual fireworks display. The display is held every year in the Municipal Harbor during the Annual Fireman’s Fair.  This year the ...

Enjoy SPRING With The Monmouth County Park System

Spring is officially here and there’s no better place to enjoy it than in the Monmouth County Park System.  From early morning rounds of golf to long evenings around the campfire at Turkey Swamp Park, the Park System offers countless ways to fill the season with fun.   “The golf courses are open, the campground is ready, and the gardens are starting to bloom! It’s springtime in the parks and, perhaps, the loveliest time of year. The Monmouth County Park System wants you to ...

The Jewish Heritage Museum Presents “Gellman American Dream”

The Jewish Heritage Museum of Monmouth County is pleased to announce that the recently produced documentary about the Gellman family, created by New Jersey filmmaker Gary Gellman, will have its public premier at the Museum on Sunday, May 15, 2016, at 3:00pm. The documentary features Gellman’s family, who were Jewish immigrant farmers during the first half of the19th century. The family settled in Western Monmouth County and built a business supplying vegetables to the Garden State region. ...

Jersey Shore Link to Pledge of Allegiance Celebrated in 2016 Film

On a drizzly spring day in 1893, a crowd numbering in the hundreds gathered atop the Navesink Highlands to witness the dedication of the Liberty Pole, a 135-foot flagpole installed in front of the Twin Lights to “welcome” immigrants as they steamed toward New York harbor. During that rain-soaked ceremony, the Pledge of Allegiance was given as America’s national oath of loyalty for the first time. The Liberty Pole is long gone, but the Pledge has become embedded in our national culture. ...

The MONMOUTH COUNTY SPCA ANNOUNCES 22nd Annual Spring Dog Walk & Pet Fair

The Monmouth County SPCA announced today the 22nd  annual Spring Dog Walk & Pet Fair scheduled for Saturday, April 30th at Brookdale Community College .The event,  held in conjunction with corporate partner Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, is the organization’s largest and most successful fundraiser of the year and attracts over 2,000 people and their pets! The proceeds from this event directly help us provide care and find forever homes for the thousands of homeless animals that pass ...

County Budget Reduced by $18.2 Million

The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders unanimously approved the County’s 2016 budget which is $18.2 million lower than last year. The new budget takes effect immediately. “Responsible fiscal management is the reason we are able to deliver a plan that cuts county taxes 1.5 percent,” said Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone. “Reducing expenses and maintaining the high standard of services which residents deserve are especially important. In these challenging times, returning ...