Archive: 2011 November

On Stage Next At NJ Rep: ‘Bakersfield Mist’

Bakersfield Mist. a new comedy by Stephen Sachs makes its East Coast debut at the New Jersey Repertory Company, 179 Broadway, Long Branch on December 1. The play began its triumphant...

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Monmouth University Puzzle Project Raises Money for Autism

Monmouth University’s Student Activities Board and the Center for the Arts are sponsoring the Puzzle Project, a collaborative group art exhibition to raise money for autism awareness. Participants are invited...

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Fall Theater Season Opens On High School Stages

The drama departments of area high schools have been busy this fall preparing for upcoming productions. Ranney School – Panther Hall, 235 Hope Rd., Tinton Falls And Then There Were...

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SJV Freshman Makes His Mark In Hollywood

Saint John Vianney freshman, Daniel Yelsky, is leaving his mark on Hollywood while maintaining a normal high school experience. Daniel has only been acting for the past three years and...

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Caputo’s Bakery Makes Sweet Magic in Long Branch

Just about anyone familiar with Long Branch knows Caputo’s, a traditional made-from-scratch Italian bakery that has been making life sweeter for area residents since 1960. The first Caputo to settle...

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Middletown Salutes Veterans

[nggallery id=27]MIDDLETOWN – Flags were flying high on Sunday as members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2179 and the Mayor and Township Committee hosted the township’s 54th Annual Veterans...

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A Birthday for the Basie

By Sharon Hazard   EIGHTY FIVE YEARS AGO, on November 11th which was also Armistice Day, another theater was added to Red Banks’ roster. Now known as the Count Basie,...

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A Bridge To Literacy

On November 5th, the Bridge of Books organization accepted a donation of $5,000 and 2,000 books from the Charles Lafitte Foundation to assist with their effort to provide books to...

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NJ Towns Go Green To Save Green

By Michele S. Byers WE’RE ALL LIVING on tighter budgets these days – at both the public and personal levels – so it’s good news that state, county and local...

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Ten Years After 9/11, Lessons Remain Unlearned, Says Kean

Ten Years After 9/11, Lessons Remain Unlearned, Says Kean By John Burton WEST LONG BRANCH — The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks left deep scars in America but we still have...

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Zebu Forno Makes a Move

By John Burton RED BANK — Look for Zebu Forno in a new location in about a month. Finding it shouldn’t take too long as the café is moving just...

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A Visit From Mrs. Christie

New Jersey’s First Lady Mary Pat Christie paid a visit to the area on Wednesday to accept the 2011 New Jersey Christmas Ornaments created by children participating in 180 Turning...

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Traffic Stop Leads to Heroin Arrest

MIDDLETOWN _ Patrolman Darrin Simon stopped a 2010 silver Toyota Corolla on Leonardville Rd. for various traffic violations on November 7 at approximately 3:40 p.m.. The driver who was identified...

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Hazlet Fire Commissioner Stole Death Benefits

By John Burton FREEHOLD — A former Hazlet fire commissioner pleaded guilty recently to fraudulently obtaining tens of thousands of dollars in death benefits intended for families of deceased firefighters....

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Letters To The Editor

Making a Difference in RB To The Editor: It is so heartwarming to hear of a local celebrity giving back to his community. I’m writing about Jon and Dorothea Bon...

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