Monmouth, Ocean housing market stays hot. If you have $25M, these can be yours
As mortgage rates rose and the pandemic ended, experts warned New Jerseyans to hang on for an inevitable slowdown in the housing market. The slowdown is off to a slow start. "Interest rates haven't affected anybody," said Diane Turton, president and founder of Point Pleasant Beach-based Diane Turton Realtors. "We just had a deal with 18 offers, and it went way over asking. Bidding wars, still. Selling in record time. I mean, I've been doing this 56 years. I've never seen a market with such low inventory."
Puppy left for dead on streets of New Jersey show incredible will to live
Neptune City, New Jersey - This poor puppy was left for dead on the side of the road in New Jersey. Her rescuers weren't sure she'd make it, but her will to live surprised everyone!. Late on the night of May 7, Monmouth County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to...
Ocean County voters to cast ballots Tuesday on new voting machines
TOMS RIVER - Ocean County voters will cast ballots in Democratic and Republican primaries for state, county and municipal offices on new voting machines this Tuesday. In March, the county Board of Commissioners approved a $9.4 million measure to replace its Dominion voting machines with ones from Election Systems and Software, despite a double-counting error by the machines in six Monmouth County polling districts last year.
Detective Receives Valor Award for Saving Infant’s Life
MARLBORO TOWNSHIP, NJ – Detective Adam Levine has been honored with a Monmouth County 200 Club Valor award for his commendable actions during a CPR call involving a two-month-old infant on February 19th, 2022. Arriving at the scene, Detective Levine acted promptly, conducting CPR on the unresponsive infant. After several minutes, the infant began to breathe independently due to Detective Levine’s tireless efforts. Ptl. Ryan Anzalone, Ptl. Matthew Schuester, Ptl. Derek Daulton, and Ptl. Michael Verbeke assisted Detective Levine during the incident. The Marlboro Township Police Department has praised Detective Levine on his award and recognition, noting his significant contributions The post Detective Receives Valor Award for Saving Infant’s Life appeared first on Shore News Network.
Community Food Connection addresses food insecurity in Asbury Park and the surrounding communities
ASBURY PARK, NJ — The Community Food Connection coalition of area food pantries and community spaces has launched its second year of collaboration: Summer of Food Justice 2.0. This is an effort to increase the amount of farm-fresh, local, naturally grown produce that is distributed to local families in an effort to extinguish nutritional insecurity in the Monmouth County area. One of the coalition’s key strategies is the Farm to Food Pantry Initiative, where families can access a consistent supply of seasonal, chemical-free, New Jersey-grown, farm-fresh produce in the Asbury Park, Red Bank and Long Branch areas for free each day of...
Idiot! Very stupid move by a NJ bicyclist that almost got him hit
Sometimes the things we witness on New Jersey's roadways just make you shake your head. And most of the time, it's due to someone who's clearly not paying attention the way they should be. Oftentimes it's a motorist who might be texting on their phone and narrowly avoiding a collision....
3 N.J. counties rank in top 100 most expensive home values in U.S. See the full list.
Three New Jersey counties rank in the top 100 most expensive real estate markets in the country, the latest data from Zillow shows. Cape May County ranked 73 on the list with a typical home value of more than $618,000 in April, according to the Zillow data. Monmouth Counties wasn’t far behind at 76 on the list. Both counties are boosted by some pricey Jersey Shore communities.
Hazlet Police Sergeant Robert Dickens, Patrolman John Corcione, and Holmdel's Ptl. Wilson, among those honored by 200 Club of Monmouth County.
MONMOUTH COUNTY: Friday afternoon, the bagpipers were heard! Hazlet Sergeant Robert Dickens, Holmdel Ptl. Wilson and Hazlet Patrolman John Corcione, were among law enforcement honored by the 200 Club of Monmouth County. The three were honored for their actions while on duty during the past year. The Annual Valor Award Luncheon was held at the Spring Lake Golf Club in Spring Lake. The Guest Speaker was Monmouth County Prosecutor, Raymond S. Santiago. Specifically the recognition of the 3 officers is highlighted below: -On June 29, 2022, Patrolman John Corcione, alongside the other patrols, were dispatched to an area near the Home Depot, on Route...
For an amazing burger, you need to check out these spots in Monmouth and Ocean County, NJ
🍔 These are some of the best burger spots in Ocean County and Monmouth County. 🍔 It's not just cheeseburgers and hamburgers, there's a variety of creativity. 🍔 When you go out this summer, check out these Jersey Shore burger locations. In lieu of a Krusty burger...
Primary 2023 Farmingdale, Howell: Ways To Vote, Who's On The Ballot
FARMINGDALE-HOWELL, NJ — Election season is in full swing, and that begins with the primary election, which is set for Tuesday, June 6. In Farmingdale, the Republican primary for local office is uncontested. No candidates filed for the Democratic primary. Howell has no municipal election this year. New Jersey...
The top 10 places people in Monmouth County are looking to buy homes
Stacker compiled statistics about where people in Monmouth County are looking to buy homes using cross-market demand and monthly inventory data from Realtor.com.
Failed water well causing low water pressure in several N.J. communities, impacting schools
Several communities in Mercer and Monmouth counties are experiencing low water pressure impacting hundreds of customers served by Aqua New Jersey. Customers in Hamilton, Robbinsville, Allentown, Chesterfield and Trenton will be experiencing low pressure through Sunday, according to the water and wastewater management company’s service alert. The situation is...
Call for Nominations for Monmouth Regional Chamber Athena Awards: Do you know a woman who is a true leader?
MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ - The Monmouth Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) is excited to announce the call for nominations for the 2023 New Jersey ATHENA Leadership Awards. The International ATHENA Leadership Award Program® is a global initiative that recognizes and celebrates women who serve as role models in business, community service, and mentorship of other women. The ATHENA Awards honor individuals for their professional accomplishments, significant community service, and unwavering dedication to mentoring women, encouraging them to realize their full potential. Click here to nominate an amazing woman. Women leaders in Monmouth County and across the state of New Jersey are encouraged...
Home prices in New Jersey on the rise
Home prices in New Jersey were up 4.2% year-over-year in April.
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