A blog about living in Aberdeen, New Jersey.

Saturday, October 10, 2009

News Updates as of 10 October 2009

  • A Matawan man was among 55 NJ Pagans Motorcycle Club members indicted in West Virginia on Federal charges, according to NJ.com. Eight were from NJ. They are facing charges up to 20 years in jail and $1 million in fines. Check out the Reuters and West Virginia MetroNews stories.
  • Monmouth County recognized the work done on the Bayshore Trail in Atlantic Highlands, according to The Independent. The Bayshore Trail joins the Henry Hudson Trail, allowing more than 10 miles of contiguous hiking and biking between Aberdeen and points east.
  • If you're poor and live in Monmouth County, you'll want to think ahead about your emergency home repair needs if you expect county assistance in your time of need. Get in all your paperwork and win a lottery and you can be one of 70 lucky winners who'll get an interest-free county loan to help pay for emergency repairs that you've been thinking about for years but just couldn't afford. Maybe you're thinking about having a devastating roof leak or an annoying plumbing break this winter? Now you can. The county may have just the assistance program to meet your needs. The Examiner tells you how to get ahead of the curve on this county program.
  • The Township is offering flu shots at town hall for $20 on 15 October 2009 from 1 pm to 2:30 pm.
  • The Township will host a Halloween costume contest and magic show for kids up to ten years old at the Lloyd Road School on Thursday 22 October 2009 at 7 pm.
  • The Township will host the 25th Annual Jolly Mouse Craft Show on 7 November 2009 at the Lloyd Road School  from 10 am to 4 pm. Organizers are selling space for vendors.
  • Keyport's Environmental Commission is hosting a beach and park cleanup day on the morning of 24 October 2009.
  • Keyport will be hosting a Halloween Parade on 25 October 2009 for kids 12 and under. See the official poster.


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