Political leaders should continue support of MOM

Political leaders should continue support of MOM It will take all of the political support the Monmouth-Ocean County region can muster to advance a plan for passenger rail service through this area of New Jersey that continues to explode in population. Published reports indicate that in the next decade it is expected that approximately 25… Continue reading Political leaders should continue support of MOM

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LOUISE GIURANO RUMPF, 79, of the Parlin section of Sayreville died Dec. 10 in St. Peter’s University Hospital, New Brunswick. Her husband, Robert, died in 1987. Surviving are three daughters, Michele Kilian of East Brunswick, Marlena Wornowicz of Old Bridge and Claudia Kellert of Brick; a brother, Joseph Giurano of Brooklyn, N.Y.; and two grandchildren.… Continue reading Untitled

Guest Column

JohnBarrettBrick headed for financial ruin under mayor John Barrett Brick headed for financial ruin under mayor Back when Noah was building his ark, he warned about the impending floods. Those around him thought he was crazy until, as the story goes, the rain started. The Republican slate in 2001 warned about this day in Brick,… Continue reading Guest Column

OBITUARIES

MARY McFARLANE, 102, of Brick died Dec. 3 in Laurelton Village Nursing Home, Brick. Born in Perth Amboy, she lived in Staten Island, N.Y. before moving to Edgewater, Fla., and then to Brick 17 years ago. She was a member of Deborah and the Heritage and Women’s Clubs of Leisure Village East. She was predeceased… Continue reading OBITUARIES

Resident has own theory on late property tax payments

I read a recent article that warned that Mayor Joseph Scarpelli and Township Council members are planning on calling up residents who are delinquent in tax payments and asking them to meet their obligations. The tax collection rate in Brick has fallen from 98.06 percent to 96.6 percent. Township officials report that the reduction is… Continue reading Resident has own theory on late property tax payments

Christmas party for local veterans was a great success

A Christmas Party which was held on Dec. 16 in the Post hall of the Brick Township Memorial Post No. 348 of the American Legion, located at 822 Mantoloking Road, for the veterans residing in the local health facilities, was a huge success! Veterans from The Burnt Tavern Rehab Center, Laurelton Village in Brick, and… Continue reading Christmas party for local veterans was a great success

Obituaries

Greater Media Newspapers prints obituaries as a free community service, at no charge to the families of the deceased or to the funeral homes that provide the information. ELEANORE MARIE SCHMITT IGLAY, 84, of Brick, died Nov. 20 at Medical Center of Ocean County, Brick. Born and raised in Newark, she lived in Union before… Continue reading Obituaries