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Keansburg escapes with win at South River

SOUTH RIVER Arkeyel Brown scored a pair of rushing touchdowns, but made his biggest play of the day on defense, stripping South River’s Mario Nigro of the ball at the goal line and recovering it in the end zone to preserve an 18-13 victory for the Keansburg High School football team on Saturday afternoon. 570 more words

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Community Tuesday

The Count Basie Theater is opening a Preforming Arts Academy in order to realize their goal to be a true regional center for the arts. Now classes are available as well as the space being open to other Monmouth County programs dedicated to the arts. 7 more words

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Asbury Park holds off Metuchen

METUCHEN — Charles Sanders scored the game-winning touchdown on a three-yard run with just over six minutes to play, and the Asbury Park High School football team’s defense held Metuchen on a fourth down try with 1:31 left to emerge victorious, 20-15, on Saturday afternoon. 633 more words

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Middletown South grabs convincing win over South Brunswick

SOUTH BRUNSWICK  Before the haze had cleared from an unexpected halftime firework shoot-off, the Middletown South High School football team was on top and in control of its season opener. 685 more words

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New Jersey editorials call on Sen. Menendez to resign now

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The editorials calling for Sen. Robert Menendez to resign appeared not long after the Justice Department announced the New Jersey Democrat was charged with corruption. 245 more words


5 Bedroom Stats When It Comes To Sleep Habits

How normal are you when it comes to your sleeping habits with your mate? Who chooses the side and is it even up for discussion if your mate wants to switch sides? 112 more words


Dean Ambrose On Not Being A Traditional Heel Or Babyface, His First WrestleMania Experience

Dean Ambrose recently spoke with The Asbury Park Press to promote the March 2nd RAW. Below are some highlights:

His first WrestleMania experience last year: 330 more words