Archive: 2012 January

A New Year’s Resolution

By Margaret Nitka Here we are just two weeks into the brand new bauble of time we call a new year and already the shine seems to have rubbed off...

January 13, 2012 | comments

Middletown Parking Permit Sale

MIDDLETOWN – Middletown’s Main Parking Lot on Church Street next to the train station no longer has a wait list! Parking Permits for the main lot are now on sale...

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Social Security: An Unfinished Symphony for Some American Women

By Janice  Harris  Jackson AMERICA’S 1935 AVANT-GARDE promise to provide Social Security has progressed from protection for predominantly male private-sector workers to an expanding social safety net for most Americans....

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Man Indicted for Defrauding Red Bank Woman

FREEHOLD — A county grand jury Monday brought an indictment against a man for allegedly defrauding an elderly and ill Red Bank woman out of more than three quarters of...

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Is There a Community Garden in Shrewsbury’s Future?

SHREWSBURY – Shrewsbury residents are invited to join the Shrewsbury Garden Club (SGC) at 7 p.m., Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at Borough Hall as it hosts a town hall meeting on...

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Sea Bright Starts New Year With New Mayor

SEA BRIGHT — Last Saturday’s borough reorganization meeting was a time for a formal thank you to the outgoing mayor and the official induction to the new holder of that...

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RB Mayor: Tax Exempt Nonprofits Should Make Payments to Borough

RED BANK — Mayor Pasquale Menna plans to lobby state legislators in search of some relief for taxpayers who are carrying more than their fair share of the cost of...

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Freeholder Board Returns to All Republican Rule

FREEHOLD — The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders formally returned to exclusively Republican rule at its annual reorganization meeting, held last Thursday at the Biotechnology High School, Kosloski Road....

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Little Silver Mayor Makes Rhyming Start

LITTLE SILVER — It was as if  Dr. Seuss took over as mayor for a little while at the borough’s annual reorganization meeting last Thursday.  Robert Neff Jr., who was...

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Former Israeli Diplomat to Speak On Middle East

RUMSON – Congregation B’nai Israel of Rumson will present a lecture by Ashim Naim, former Ambassador of Israel to Ethiopia, Korea and Finland, on Sunday, February 26, 2012. Naim will...

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