MIDDLETOWN, NJ - A Town Hall on Land Development and Preservation will be held on Tuesday, June 16 at 7 p.m. at the Middletown Arts Center, 36 Church Street. The meeting will focus on efforts to preserve green spaces, the basics of land development and properties under consideration for redevelopment. Real estate brokers, business and community associations, business owners and interested residents are encouraged to attend.
The session is hosted by the Middletown Economic Development Committee, a volunteer advisory body established by the Township Committee. The committee’s goal is to facilitate the creation of a desirable business climate that promotes economic growth, job development and the expansion of the commercial tax base. Free event parking is available at the train station.
Atlantic Highlands Native, Jerry Vasto, named to South Atlantic League All-Stars
CLEARWATER, FL - Eric Krupa, president of the South Atlantic League, has announced the rosters for the 56th Annual SAL All-Star Game presented by Ingles, scheduled to be played on June 23, 2015, at McCormick Field in Asheville, North Carolina, home of the Asheville Tourists.
PHOTO: Seastreak Ferry in simulated emergency.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS, NJ - The borough's emergency service agencies held a live action drill at the harbor Thursday evening involving an engine fire aboard a Seastreak Ferry passenger vessel, injuried passengers and crew, and an oil spill in the harbor.
Atlantic Highlands Police Department, Atlantic Highlands Fire Department, Atlantic Highlands First Aid Squad and the Office of Emergency Management held the drill in conjuction with Seastreak Ferry and with support from outside agencies.
Repair work on bridge deck and below to continue
RUMSON, NJ – The Oceanic Bridge (S-31) over the Navesink River between Rumson and Middletown will reopen to traffic by Saturday morning, June 13.
Every bit helps.
Keansburg, NJ - Today Pat McCarthy, Director of the Bayshore Senior Health, Education & Recreation Center, presented Sean Flood, representing Meridian Health Corp, with a check for $250.