Archive: 2011

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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Middletown Police Charge Two In Home Burglary

MIDDLETOWN – Around noon on October 21, Township police officers Cpl. Bernard Chenoweth and Cpl. George responded to a report of a burglary in progress at a residence on Marion...

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Remembering Andy Rooney: A Commitment To Telling The Truth

Remembering Andy Rooney: A Commitment To Telling The Truth   By George Severini ANDY ROONEY PASSED away recently. I can’t be certain, but I think if Mr. Rooney had written...

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Red Bank Gets A Taste of Belgian Waffles

By Jason Lockhart     RED BANK – Two river residents enjoy a taste of Belgium at Nina’s Waffles and Sweets, which recently opened at 15 White Street. Owners of...

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Three Republicans, One Democrat Take Two River Mayoral Slots

Two river voters elected four mayors in Tuesday’s elections, with interim Little Silver Mayor Robert Neff Jr., a Republican winning his first four-year seat with 1,180 votes. Almost sixty percent...

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Who Is The Mystery Objector? Ask RB Planners

By John Burton   RED BANK — The Planning Board has a mystery it would like to unravel. The mystery at hand involves who is paying for the attorney and...

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Touch Football Tournament Supports Jason’s Dreams For Kids

Players and teams can register for the 12th annual Turkey Bowl football fundraiser benefiting Jason’s Dreams for Kids (JDFK), scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 26 at Thompson Middle School in Middletown. Comprised...

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A Taste of the Two Rivers: Food News and Events

Charles Krug Wine Dinner The Kislak Real Estate Institute of Monmouth University will host winemaker  Peter Mondavi Jr., third generation proprietor of the Charles Krug Winery on Friday, Nov. 18...

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Dining with Don and Friends: Woody’s in Sea Bright

by Don Wilno Restaurant Writer     A new restaurant will always lure patrons wanting to try something new. Sometimes they’ll win you over; other times you’ll be disappointed and never...

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Michael Duru Clothiers Hosts ‘A Night in Istanbul’

[nggallery id=26] Michael Duru Clothiers held an “Enchanted Night in Istanbul” at the Shadowbrook in Shrewsbury. Female models from Evolution Salon donned the latest men’s fashions and guests listened to...

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Area Teens Named New Jersey Heroes

Cousins Erika Rech and Mike Ruane from Middletown were honored as “New Jersey Heroes” for their work to help breast cancer patients and their families cope with the burdens of...

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