Archive: 2012 January

Howard P. Boyd: A Conservation Trailblazer

  By Michele S. Byers     BY THE TIME Howard P. Boyd graduated from high school in 1932, he had earned every possible Boy Scout nature merit badge. Those...

January 27, 2012 | comments

Monmouth Loses Big Lead And Falls To Robert Morris In Overtime

By Jim Hintelmann WEST LONG BRANCH –When Monmouth University came out in the second half Saturday against Robert Morris with a torrid display of three-point shooting by Dion Nesmith and...

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Former Mater Dei Teacher Admits Sexual Relationship with Student

MIDDLETOWN — A township man and former teacher at Mater Dei Prep Catholic high school located in the township, pleaded guilty in Superior Court to charges he sexually assaulted a former...

January 27, 2012 | comments

On A Wintry Day in RB, Soup is Super

RED BANK — Bread may be the staff of life as the old proverb goes. But, boy, that cup of soup — especially on a cold day — can brighten...

January 27, 2012 | comments

MB Woman Arrested In LS For Shoplifting, Heroin Possession

LITTLE SILVER — A Monmouth Beach woman was taken into custody on Sunday with police charging her with possession of heroin and shoplifting. Officers responded to a call from the...

January 27, 2012 | comments

Tree Ordinance Issue Still Unresolved in Fair Haven

FAIR HAVEN — Anyone waiting for a borough council decision on a long-debated tree preservation ordinance will have to wait a little while longer. Although the matter was on the...

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Kemp Avenue Residents Want Speed Limit Reduced

FAIR HAVEN — Motorists had better prepare to drive more slowly as residents lobbied and police supported a call for a lower speed limit on one borough street. Two residents at...

January 27, 2012 | comments

FH Mayor Nominated For State ABC Post

By John Burton   FAIR HAVEN — If the Governor gets his way, former Mayor Michael Halfacre will be heading to Trenton for a new job. Governor Chris Christie on...

January 27, 2012 | comments

Two River’s Joe Kyrillos Files For U.S. Senate Run

JOSEPH M. KYRILLOS Jr., a 20-year Republican veteran of the state Senate, has hopes of moving from Trenton to Washington, D.C. next year. Kyrillos, who represents the 13th Legislative District,...

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Bahrs’ Marine Models Catalogued by RBR Students

Story and Photo by Art Petrosemolo PHOTOGRAPHS, PAINTINGS AND models can link us to the past.  In the maritime industry, an accurate model can bring the era of sail alive,...

January 27, 2012 | comments

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