• Workers clearing property in Shrewsbury

    Workers clearing property in Shrewsbury

  • All signs of A&P are disappearing

    All signs of A&P are disappearing

  • Popeyes in Hazlet

    Popeyes in Hazlet

  • Cheeburger Cheeburger coming to Howell

    Cheeburger Cheeburger coming to Howell

  • Chase Bank planned for Toms River

    Chase Bank planned for Toms River

  • ShopRite of Wall on Route 34 is expanding

    ShopRite of Wall on Route 34 is expanding

  • Shopping center with supermarket planned for Holmdel

    Shopping center with supermarket planned for Holmdel

  • Bed Bath & Beyond opens a new store in Middletown

    Bed Bath & Beyond opens a new store in Middletown

  • Wawa coming to South Toms River

    Wawa coming to South Toms River

  • Jersey Mike's coming to Neptune

    Jersey Mike’s coming to Neptune

  • Livoti's Old World Market to open in Middletown

    Livoti’s Old World Market to open in Middletown

  • Hobby Lobby comes to Holmdel

    Hobby Lobby comes to Holmdel

  • AutoZone coming to Wall

    AutoZone coming to Wall

  • Michaels coming to Brick Plaza

    Michaels coming to Brick Plaza

  • Starbucks coming to Aberdeen

    Starbucks coming to Aberdeen

  • Walmart renovations

    Walmart renovations

  • New home for Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity ReStore

    New home for Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity ReStore

  • Greenleaf at Howell is growing

    Greenleaf at Howell is growing

  • Wall Promenade is coming

    Wall Promenade is coming

  • McDonald's of Aberdeen changing

    McDonald’s of Aberdeen changing

  • Sickles coming to Anderson building in Red Bank

    Sickles coming to Anderson building in Red Bank

  • Big changes for Seaview Square Shopping Center

    Big changes for Seaview Square Shopping Center

Middletown man named president, CEO of bank

Edward M. Petrosky of Middletown has joined First Central Savings Bank of Glen Cove, New York, as president and CEO. Petrosky has over 40 years of experience in the banking industry and has held executive level positions at regional and community banks. He was previously president of Noah Bank, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, and president and CEO of United International Bank, Flushing, New York.

Colon and rectal clinic opens in Tinton Falls

Dr. Steven C. Tizio opened the Colon and Rectal Clinic of Monmouth County in Tinton Falls. Tizio’s clinic interests are in the care and management of both benign and malignant disease of the colon, rectum and anus. He is board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery. Tizio is on staff at Bayshore Medical Center, Holmdel; Riverview Medical Center, Red Bank; and Jersey Shore University Medical Center, Neptune. For more information, contact 732-450-1500 or email office@crcofmonmouth.com.

Kia dealer in Toms River has new owner

Kia dealer Roy Greenblatt has acquired a second location in the state, the former Toms River Kia. The store has been renamed Matt Blatt Kia of Toms River and is located at 1070 Route 37 W., Toms River. His other Kia dealership is located in Egg Harbor Township.

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