Archive: 2011 November

Red Bank Reg. Falls To Manasquan Passing Game In Playoff Opener

By Jim  Hintelmann MANASQUAN –  Manasquan has won 11 NJSIAA sectional football titles since the NJSIAA football playoffs began in 1974, and Red Bank Regional found out why Saturday. The...

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Mater Dei Prep Loses State Final But Coach Promises Return

By Brian Deakyne EWING – The Mater Dei Prep girls’ soccer team entered the NJSIAA Non-Public B soccer tournament as the 11-seed and with a 5-12 record the seeding made...

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Shore Shut Out in First Round After Season Of 2nd Half Comebacks

By Brian Deakyne FLORENCE — It was only a matter of time before the clock ran out on the Blue Devils. After a season filled with second-half comebacks, sixth-seeded Shore...

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RFH XC Girls Dethrone Voorhees For Group II State Championship

Holmdel – It was a cold and windy day at Holmdel Park on Saturday,but the RFH Girls Cross Country team ran their hearts out, pulling off a big upset against undefeated,...

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Township Seeks Funding For Shadow Lake Cleanup

Township Seeks Funding For Shadow Lake Cleanup By John Burton   MIDDLETOWN — Residents in the area of Shadow Lake have some reason to hope that township officials may soon...

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Letters To The Editor

Help Fill The Red Kettle To The Editor: The Red Bank Corps of The Salvation Army has established an online red kettle site for those who would like to donate...

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Pallone Objects To Sandy Hook Fee Hike Proposal

SANDY HOOK — Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) sent a letter to National Park Service (NPS) Director Jon Jarvis on November 7 expressing his opposition to a proposed fee hike at...

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There are Many Ways to Harness The “Sun”

By Michele S. Byers YOU’VE PROBABLY NOTICED the proliferation of small solar panels mounted on utility and street light poles around this state we’re in. Judging by local buzz and...

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N.J. Appreciates Sacrifices Its Veterans Made

By Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini, 11th District Veterans Day started out as a commemoration of the end of World War I, which was supposed to be “the war to end...

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Retro Arcade Comes Up a Winner in RB

Story and Photos by Anthony Mauro RED BANK – YesterCades, Red Bank’s first and only retro arcade, held their Grand Opening this past Saturday and was a huge hit. “It...

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RB Council Postpones Vote on Foreclosed Property Ordinance

By John Burton   RED BANK — The Borough Council intended to vote on an ordinance requiring owners of foreclosed properties to post contact information on their properties and submit...

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A Place of Their Own

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez EVERYONE NEEDS A place of his (or her) own. Now a group of young men with autism have a place—an historic farmhouse in Middletown in the...

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In the Bird World, A Glimpse of Nature’s Abundance

By Andrew Spears AT THANKSGIVING WE celebrate the wonderful plenty that we enjoy in our nation. In spite of natural calamities and our own environmental missteps, we benefit from a...

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Pallone Objects to Sandy Hook Fee Hike Proposal

SANDY HOOK — Rep. Frank Pallone (D-NJ) sent a letter to National Park Service (NPS) Director Jon Jarvis on November 7 expressing his opposition to a proposed fee hike at...

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Red Bank Stores Looking Forward to Black Friday

By Jason Lockhart THERE ARE SEVERAL stores in downtown Red Bank that plan to extend their hours on Thanksgiving Weekend. With Black Friday being the official kickoff day for holiday...

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