Category: Monmouth County

Golden criticizes Steinhardt’s “ineffective” leadership; NJGOP Chair says his org’s record “speaks for itself”

FREEHOLD, N.J. – Election 2021 is very much underway even as Election 2020’s endgame comes into full view. In a rare vocal rebuke of a sitting NJGOP chairman, Monmouth County Republican Chairman Shaun Golden (who simultaneously serves as the county’s Read More

Bucking Murphy, Asbury Park says its restaurants can reopen for indoor dining on June 15th

ASBURY PARK, N.J. – The legendary seaside resort is hardly a bastion of Republicanism, but it’s also the first New Jersey municipality to buck Governor Phil Murphy’s indefinite closure of indoor dining. On Wednesday, Asbury Park’s city council adopted a Read More

O’Scanlon and DiMaso bash Murphy’s slow reopening of restaurants and other small business

By Art Gallagher _ Senator Declan O’Scanlon and Assemblywoman Serena DiMaso have blasted Governor Phil Murphy’s slow reopening of the New Jersey restaurant industry, calling the governor’s rules a “slow death” for the small businesses. Read the rest of this Read More

VIDEO: Anti-lockdown protesters demonstrate in Phil Murphy’s own town

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – Middletown’s municipal government has decided to keep its local parks open, but since the Republican-run Monmouth County community is also home to Governor Phil Murphy’s $10 million mansion, a caravan of protesters rolled through the streets on Read More

Middletown, N.J. vows to keep its parks open

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – While Monmouth County government is falling in line the Governor Murphy’s closure of county parks, the county’s most populous county is keeping its parks open for quarantine-weary residents. On Wednesday, the township of nearly 70,000 issued a press Read More

Monmouth County bows to Murphy’s park closures; Sussex freeholder pens protest letter

FREEHOLD, N.J. – In most cases? New Jersey residents concerned that Phil Murphy has gone a bit (or a lot) too far with his draconian COVID-19 emergency orders can’t look to local Republican officials for leadership. On Tuesday, after the Read More