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Adorable Adoptables from the Monmouth County SPCA

Hi, I am Amos and I am a 3 1/2 year old Terrier mix ready to take on my next adventure.  I came to stay at the MCSPCA when my family was forced to give me up as I was too afraid to live with the new infant in the home.  I am much more comfortable with older children and adults, and they are the type of people I am looking to live with next!  I do love to play - fetch and tug are my favorites! I am a good looking boy and I have the most gorgeous blue eyes you will ever see!!!  ...

First Little Silver Day Was a Huge Success

By Lori Draz On June 25, close to half of all the residents of Little Silver met at the borough’s field to enjoy a day of music, fun, food, and fireworks. What a day it was! “Little Silver Day far exceeded all our expectations. It was bigger and more fun than anyone could have imagined,” said event organizer Rick Brandt. “People just kept coming and coming and they spent the whole day. The food was incredible, and the entertainment, even the fireworks all packed an extra punch....

Food Trucks Roll Into Town

By Nicholas Deckmejian In the middle of June, both the Lincroft Village Green Association and Middletown South High School organized food truck events that brought a culinary caravan through the area.  Nowadays, it seems that nearly everyone has experienced a food truck, whether it be stumbling upon one at 2:00 a.m. while walking out of a tavern, watching a food truck-themed movie or TV show, seeing “artsy” photos of their food on social media, or coming to outdoor gatherings like the ...

Middletown Recognizes Good Causes and Outstanding Service

The mayor and township committee of Middletown issued three proclamations at their June meeting to encourage support of good causes and recognize outstanding community service. A proclamation declaring June 19-25 as Youth Week in Middletown Township was issued in partnership with Middletown Elks 2179. The week is earmarked annually to honor the accomplishments of our junior citizens and recognize their importance as tomorrow’s leaders. Exalted Ruler Nick Giurieco and students Isabella ...

Navesink Lodge Honors Local Community

Navesink Masonic Lodge No. 9 of Red Bank recently gave out its annual Community Night awards. Navesink Lodge charities include the Educator of the Year program and awards to help the needy children of the greater Red Bank area to do more. The Educator of the Year for 2015-2016 was presented to Kevin Pfister of Red Bank Regional High School for his work as a mathematics teacher. An award was also presented to Michael Mahon for the Monmouth Council to help needy Boy Scouts attend summer camp, ...

United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties Formed By Merger to Serve Jersey Shore

United Way of Monmouth County and United Way of Ocean County have merged to create United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties. The new organization has a combined 30-member board of directors and will maintain its two offices in Farmingdale and Toms River. It will jointly serve the residents of both Monmouth and Ocean Counties by partnering with local organizations to build initiatives that address common goals in the areas of education, income, and health. “Separate entities can’t make ...