The girls varsity basketball team was defeated 76-53 by Middletown South.
Tuesday, January 29
Middletown South High School defeated the Braves in girls varsity basketball on Saturday, Jan. 28, the Star Ledger has reported. The score was 76-53. According to the Star Ledger, Stephanie Karcz and Olivia Liskowitz added 21 points and 14 points respectively to the game. Middletown South had a strong second half where they outscored Manalapan for the ultimate win. Sierra Lawson and Kelly McNulty of Manalapan scored 12 points and 10 points respectively for Manalapan, the Star-Ledger said.
Cost of rebuilding after Sandy could affect rates, according to Star-Ledger analysis
Monday, January 14
Manalapan's property tax bills remain less than the state average and the township's tax increase from 2011 to 2012 was 0.5 percent less than the state average. The $7,593.95 for Manalapan Township was less than the statewide average of $7,870.28 and the property taxes increased in the township 1.2 percent from 2011 to 2012, according to a Star-Ledger analysis. Property tax bills actually decreased in 117 municipalities, and remained flat in 4 others. The Star-Ledger reported noted that property taxes statewide rose 2.4 percent in 2011, the first year Christie’s 2 percent cap was in effect. But the trend of lower increases could be reversed because of Hurricane Sandy, according to the report. In Manasquan, which suffered some of the worst …