New York Red Bulls Sign Homegrown Player Sean Davis to MLS Contract
HARRISON, NJ (December 11, 2014) - The New York Red Bulls announced on Thursday that the club has signed Holmdel, NJ, product Sean Davis as a homegrown player.
Red Bulls give their new rival a goalie
With icon Thierry Henry leaving and a new emphasis on internal roster building expected, the Red Bulls took a step in that direction Thursday when they signed Sean Davis as...
Staten Island man was pedestrian who was fatally struck in Holmdel, N.J., reports say
Diego Vega, 50, of Staten Island, has been identified as the pedestrian who was struck and killed by a car in Holmdel, N.J., on Tuesday, according to NJ.com.
A Kids' Guide to Boston
Grab the kids and head to Boston for New Year???s Eve.
Drake, Lil Wayne to headline US tour through summer, autumn
'Drake vs Lil Wayne Tour' is kicking off in New York, before moving across US.
Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden Announce Tour
The co-headlining summer trek visits most major markets beginning July 19 in Las Vegas. read more
Ice skating season in full swing
By TAYLOR M. LIER Staff Writer I ndoor and outdoor ice skating venues across central New Jersey are gearing up for another season of figure eights, hockey games and family fun. Many rinks and parks in the area have seen a rise in ice skating attendance in recent years, and they offer a range of skating activities each winter. read more
Meridian Hospitals Receive American Heart Association Awards for Cardiac Services
Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Ocean Medical Center and Riverview Medical Center - all part of Meridian CardioVascular Network - have received awards from the American Heart Association, a testament to the health care system's commitment to providing the best care available for heart failure patients.
Emergency housing program continues to meet local need
By CLARE MARIE CELANO Staff Writer FREEHOLD ? The Freehold Clergy Association?s emergency housing program that was created to provide the comfort of a warm bed and a hot meal to men in need during the winter has evolved into much more than what its founders initially envisioned. The program is now in its 11th year, according to program volunteer Stan Rosenthal, of Holmdel. read more