Asbury Park Press
Rise in college enrollment slowsRise in college enrollment...
Rise in college enrollment slows College enrollments will grow more slowly at private institutions Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1tMpZJx Brian Ford, R.A., goes over room assignment with new student Juwaun Carter, Patterson during move in day for students at Georgian Court University in Lakewood.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Atlantic City struggles to change its imageAtlantic City struggles to ...
Atlantic City struggles to change its image Casino closings will lead to job losses in Ocean County.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Former Edison Police Intern Sworn in as New Police Officer in Chatman
CHATHAM, NJ Sean M. Lampf was sworn in as new Probationary Officers for the Chatham Township Police Department on Thursday night at the Chatham Township Committee meeting He served an internship with the Edison Police Department.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
More Monmouth Musings
Middletown Has A New Police Chief
R. Craig Weber was sworn in as the 8th Chief to lead the Middletown Township Police Department over its 86 year history last evening before an overflow crowd at Town Hall.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Two River Theater's next production: Moliere's 'The School for Wives'
Two River Theater's next production will be MoliA re's classic comedy The School for Wives, translated into English verse by Richard Wilbur and directed by Mark Wing-Davey.
Christie won't intervene in N.J. casino closings
Gov. Chris Christie isn't planning to intervene in the closings of three Atlantic City casinos over the coming weeks but says he's committed to finding a way to bolster the region's economic Christie won't intervene in N.J. casino closings OCEAN CITY, N.J. - Gov. Chris Christie isn't planning to intervene in the closings of three Atlantic City ... (more)
The Two River Times
The Gift of Life
Monmouth University received an award from Central Jersey Blood Center for having the most donors for a college or university at CJBC's Donor Appreciation Night during a Lakewood Blue Claws game.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Asbury Park Press
Summer is STEM time for MU science studentsSummer is STEM time for MU ...
Summer is STEM time for MU science students Monmouth university stem program Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1ow3qc7 Of the 231 students who applied this year, 67 students were accepted from MU, Carnegie Mellon, John Hopkins, Pennsylvania State University, Rutgers, Rowan, Universities of Delaware and Scranton.
Asbury Park Press
Find out about brewpub coming to Red BankFind out about brewpub...
Find out about brewpub coming to Red Bank The owner of Triumph Brewing Co. already has family connections to Red Bank.
Karen Andrade-Mims and Bethany Andrade At Home in Their Griggs Farm Condominium
PRINCETON PERSPECTIVES: Karen Andrade-Mims and her daughter Bethany Andrade, who works as outreach coordinator for Corner House, at home in the Griggs Farm condominium.
The Jersey Journal
Kenmare High School graduates class of 18 women
Kenmare High School, an alternative high school in Jersey City sponsored by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Peace, held it's graduation ceremony for the class of 2014 last last month.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Student News, Aug. 13, 2014
Katherine Elizabeth Haugh, of Pine Brook, received a Bachelor of Arts in international studies, political science.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Demand grows for bigger, fancier homes
Demand grows for bigger, fancier homes ASBURY PARK, N.J. - Today's homes are growing fancier, larger and pricier as buyers hunt for more living space.
Atlantic City casino closings spell 'disaster'
The fallout over mass layoffs from three potential casino closings next month could have a severe impact on the New Jersey Shore economy, as those whose livelihoods depend on a thriving casino industry brace for the worst.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Christie Plays Pension Issue Beyond N.J.
All summer, Gov. Chris Christie has been met with angry protests over his decision not to make promised contributions into the state pension system.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Westfield boys attend Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership seminar
The Woman's Club of Westfield sponsored students Devin Zrebiec, son of Tanya and Greg Zrebiec and Siddiq Douglas whose guardians are Hassan Swift and Cheryl Lundy Swift to attend the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership program referred to as HOBY.
Mathematical Association of America Honors Exemplary Exposition
Every year at its summer meeting, the Mathematical Association of America recognizes for expository excellence articles that were published during the previous year in its three journals and student-friendly magazine.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Wyckoff incumbents running for Board of Education in uncontested race
Martone, who filled an unexpired one-year term and then was elected to a three-year term on the board, has lived in the township for 14 years with husband Ken.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Neighbor News, Student News: Aug. 6, 2014
The College of New Jersey has named these students to its dean's list for the spring semester: Conor Reid, Zachary Ellis, Matthew Chierici, Marcus Elias, Ryan Kung, all of Towaco; Jennifer Liang, Nina Alstrom, Alanna Cohen, Farrah Liu, all of Pine Brook; and Sarah Melamed, Jenna Candio, Ashley Van Riper, Allison Au, Amanda Tedeschi, Brandon ... (more)
Sun Aug 03, 2014
Don't count out underdog Bell against Booker
Back when a teenager named Chris Christie was manning the catcher's spot for Livingston High School, an unknown political operative named Jeffrey Bell knocked off the liberal Clifford P. Case, a six-term U.S. senator, in the 1978 New Jersey Republican primary.