Archive: 2011 November

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...

November 17, 2011 | comments

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...

November 17, 2011 | comments

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...

November 17, 2011 | comments

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...

November 11, 2011 | comments

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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