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Tree lightings, such as the annual ceremony in Sea Bright, bring light therapy to the Green this weekend.
The celebration of Middletown's 350th anniversary continues Saturday with a historical exhibition and ornament sale.
An area woman has been indicted on jewelry and silver coin theft charges stemming from a July incident in Shrewsbury.
A mini-van with 8 people inside crashed into the entrance wall at the Cottage Gate at Navesink development on Route 36 Thursday night, police said.
A pair of Monmouth County men accused of possessing heroin in Middletown and resisting arrest were indicted on those charges this week.
A Middletown woman battling breast cancer-and the financial burden that comes along with the disease-is asking for locals to help in any way they can.
A Leonardo man faces burglary and theft charges after police said he stole more than $500 worth of copper pipe from a Middletown home.
Jusino Wilfredo, age 43, from Vermeer Drive in South Amboy, arrested on Nov. 14 by Patrolman Anthony Gigante on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.
A trio of area teens have been arrested and remain jailed on charges in connection with a car burglary spree spanning Red Bank and Middletown as well as a burglary at a Red Bank building from early to late November.
One man's trash is another man's treasure. Or in the case of Middletown, metal clothing donation bins meant to help worthwhile charities are becoming dumping grounds in some parts of the township.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 32s leadership, scouts, friends, family, and area dignitaries recently recognized the advancement of Joseph Pignataro to the Eagle Scout rank during an Eagle Court of Honor.
Clothing donation bins around Middletown are becoming unsightly, and the local guidelines meant to keep them orderly must be better enforced, a Township Committee member said this week.
After suffering a stroke in 2003 and retiring from his job as an employee of the Social Security Office, Nathaniel Lawrence was grateful that Medicare covered his many medical expenses.
The Jersey Shore Running Club's 13th Annual Navesink Challenge Races were held on December 1, 2013 in Middletown, N.J. The races consisted of a 5k and a 15k through some scenic back roads in the Navesink section of Middletown, There were over 900 participants this year which was a record field for the event The weather was near ideal for the ... (more)