Category: Monmouth County

Sheriff Golden, Freeholders, Call On Trenton To Stop Ripping Off 9-1-1 Fees

By Art Gallagher _ Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden, Freeholder Director Tom Arnone and Deputy Director Lillian Burry were joined by a bi-partisan group of municipal elected officials, as well as public safety officers, at the County Public Safety Center Read More

Murphy could hold sports betting bill as a chip to play in budget negotiations

By Art Gallagher _ Dennis Drazin and his partners at Monmouth Park were ready to accept sports bets on Memorial Day weekend.  They wisely didn’t after Senate President Steve Sweeney announced he was inserting a provision in the state legislation Read More

MoveOn.org lied to New Jersey donors

By Art Gallagher _ MoveOn.org, the extreme leftist advocacy group and PAC, lied to its members in New Jersey’s 4th Congressional District in a fundraising email last month. In the email that purported to be a survey to determine which Democrat the Read More

Frank Pallone’s brother ousts Christiecrat, wins Long Branch mayoralty

LONG BRANCH, N.J. — The brother of long-time North Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone is now the mayor-elect of Long Branch. John Pallone soundly defeated 28-year incumbent Adam Schneider on Tuesday, 62%-32%, a rematch of a 1994 contest in the Monmouth Read More

REPORT: Freeholder faces fresh accusations as court battle rages

FREEHOLD, N.J. — The battle between Republican-led Monmouth County and one of its own GOP freeholders is far from over. On Monday, the county and lawyers for John Curley were reportedly back in court fighting over whether details from a Read More

County Freeholders Push Back Against Move To Change Their Titles

FREEHOLD, N.J. — Most New Jerseyans couldn’t tell you what a county “freeholder” is or does, let alone whose their own are. As far as Monmouth County Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone and Freeholder Deputy Director Lillian G. Burry are concerned? A Read More

N.J. Local Official’s Snow Day Solution: Move NJEA’s Convention to the Summer!

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. — Another large-scale snow storm means more make-up days and a shorter summer for teacher, students (and parents) across the Garden State. Pascack Valley students will make up yesterday’s snow day online; the move has set off a Read More