September 4, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

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Allentown High School’s Jake Alessi comes down with a pass interception during the Redbirds’ scrimmage against Middletown North on Aug. 28 in Middletown. More...

Millstone woman dies in crash

MONROE — A 28-year-old resident of Millstone Township died after the motorcycle she was operating collided with another vehicle on Perrineville Road in neighboring Monroe Township on Aug. 26. Rebecca A. More...

Preservationists pushing for repairs to church

MILLSTONE — Municipal officials have indicated they will help local preservationists in their efforts to restore the Clarksburg Methodist Episcopal Church on Stagecoach Road. More...

The best cancer care starts with a foundation of top-quality pathology

A s medical director of the Pathology Department at CentraState Medical Center, my clinical team and I play a key role in the eventual cancer treatment of all our patients.As a physician specializing in pathology, my role is to interpret lab tests an More...

Take care of foot bunions early on to avoid more invasive treatment later

When anyone talks about problems with their feet, the “B” word (bunion) is usually part of the conversation. Historically, bunions were most commonly a problem that plagued women and seniors. More...

Opinion

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Kristin Blind, 8, enjoys the trampoline at the Howell Day community celebration at Soldier Memorial Park, Howell, on Aug. 23. More...

Business

Housing and the commute

You’re not just buying into a neighborhood, you’re buying into a commute, too. Here’s a look at the importance of a travel times — and costs — when shopping for a home.

I t takes a lot of time and money to find and buy a home. Ideally, you should then have the time and money to enjoy it, too. More...

Public employee benefits at center of budget storm

A ranking Republican legislator predicts that skyrocketing health benefit costs for public employees in New Jersey will cripple the state’s budget in less than six years. More...

Allentown welcomes students

A llentown High School opened its doors to students on Sept. 3 as the 2014-15 school year got underway. “We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school,” Principal Constance DeNicola Embley said. More...

Fan has full count on baseball stadium visits

Tommy Singer has attended baseball games in stadiums from Fenway Park in Boston to Safeco Field in Seattle — and everywhere in between. More...

Fewer students will attend Millstone schools in ’14-15

MILLSTONE — Superintendent of Schools Scott Feder said he is looking forward to beginning an exciting new school year in the Millstone Township K-8 School District. “We are very eager to begin the 2014-15 school year,” he said. More...

Apps rule for digital kids

Teens may filter out nutrition messages coming from parents or other adult authority figures. But that doesn’t mean he’s not interested in improving his diet. More...

Meridian Health supports new law requiring CPR training for all high school students

Lt. Gov. More...

Choosing the safest vehicles

A uto safety has long been a hotbutton issue among new car shoppers, and for good reason. More...

Letters

Writer takes issue with congressman’s votes

Extremism is alive and well in New Jersey where the leader of the antiwomen’s crusade is hiding in plain sight. Our congressman, Chris Smith, is chair of the Congressional pro-life caucus, leading the anti-abortion crusade. More...

Sports

Allentown football players adjusting to new positions

ALLENTOWN M ichael Curry saw some minutes at quarterback when he was moved over from wide receiver for Allentown High School’s football team last season, but he admitted going full time at that spot is challenging. More...

SPORT SHORTS

Keyport Borough Recreation Commission and the Keyport Spanish American Club are proud to present the Eighth Annual Keyport Fest 5K. More...