Jackson School District Swears in First Orthodox Jewish Resident to School Board

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ – As Jackson Township evolves and the Orthodox Jewish community within the township continues to grow, the school board here has sworn in the first ever member of that community as a board member. At its reorganization meeting on…

Rite-Aid Expanding Free COVID-19 Testing Sites in New Jersey, New York, Pennsyvlania

TOMS RIVER, NJ –  Rite Aid today announced it is expanding its no-charge COVID-19 testing capabilities with 317 additional drive-through testing site locations opening across New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania on Friday, February 5, through its partnership with the U.S. Department…

Snowstorm forces halt of vaccinations in New Jersey on Tuesday

TRENTON – Governor Phil Murphy today announced that state offices and all six vaccine mega-sites will remain closed on Tuesday, February 2nd due to Winter Storm Orlena. New Jersey will remain under a state of emergency in response to the winter storm. Snow…

Three Upscale Dining Choices for Jackson Residents This Weekend

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ – When you think of Jackson Township, you normally think of pizza, Chinese food and fast food.   Over the past few years, that stereotype is slowly shifting as the township now has several restaurants that could be considered, “local…

Youth Ice Hockey Caught in Murphy COVID-19 Quagmire of Inconsistent Science; Now Republicans Want it Fixed

TOMS RIVER, NJ – While most sports in New Jersey have resumed, one that has not is youth hockey.  Now,  New Jersey Senator Kristin Corrado and Assemblyman Christopher DePhillips are urging the Murphy Administration to loosen restrictions on indoor athletics and allow…