Archive: 2012 May

Photography Exhibit at M’town Library

MIDDLETOWN – Middletown Town­ship Public Library is welcoming Nicole Cavaluzzi as its June artist. Cavaluzzi’s exhibit will run from Friday, June 1 through Friday, June 22, in the community room...

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Antique Night at the Shore to Benefit Environmental Groups

BELMAR – A fundraising antique show and apprai­sal event will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, June 1, to benefit the New Jersey Environ­mental Federa­tion (NJEF) and the...

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Juried Photography Exposition Seeking Entries

Belmar – The Belmar Arts Council (BAC) is looking for submissions to its Pattern in Nature Juried Photography Expos­ition. The show of original photographs is open to artists age 17...

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‘Spill Spotters’ Needed to Keep Eyes on the Water

By Michele S. Byers After the devastation of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico two years ago, many New Jerseyans wondered whether our state’s waters would be next. Although...

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Advice on Selecting a Quality Driving School for Teens

By AAA Mid-Atlantic With new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety highlighting the steep fatality risks teen drivers face when they transport young passengers, it’s critical that parents...

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Success of Bamboozle Bodes Well for Asbury Park’s Summer

By Thomas A. Arnone The tourism season in Monmouth County got off to a great big start this past weekend when up to 40,000 visitors per day descended upon Asbury...

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Statewide Report Finds Nearly Every Child Has Access to Arts Education

By New Jersey Council on the Arts Nearly every child in New Jersey has access to arts education in their school, according to a survey released today from the New...

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Letters And Commentary

This Memorial Day, Remember Military Veterans and Men, Women in Our Armed Forces To the Editor: In the month of May, American citizens are reminded to think of our brave...

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Application for New 7-11 Rejected

By John Burton RED BANK – The borough Planning Board made it clear this week that the convenience store proposed for East River Road would not be welcomed to operate...

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Dedication of 9/11 Tribute Slated for Memorial Day

By Celia Belmonte The Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department will unveil its 9/11 tribute in a ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 28, Memorial Day, outside the Red Bank Borough...

May 24, 2012 | comments

Bridge Named in Honor of Late Assemblyman

By John Burton HIGHLANDS – Officials gathered on Wednesday, May 23, at the bridge connecting Highlands to Sea Bright and dedicate the span in memory of former state Assemblyman Joseph Azzolina....

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Those Touched by Cancer Remembered at RBR annual Relay for Life

By Carey Neff RED BANK – More than $54,000 was raised for cancer research by hundreds of people who came to walk around the track at Red Bank Regional High...

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‘Let There Be Lights’ Aim of RBR Campaign

By Anastasia Millicker Red Bank Regional football field is left in the dark come nightfall but the Red Bank Regional High School Buccaneer Athletic Foun­dation wants to light up the...

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Santo Pezzutti Turns 90, Full Speed Ahead

By Art Petrosemolo Santo Pezzutti is a well-known, respected, local artist listed in the prestigious Who’s Who in American Art. He has had three major shows in the past two...

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June 2 Will be a Dog-Day Afternoon – and Morning – in Long Branch

Long Branch – The Purr’n Pooch Foun­dation for Animals will host its Paws for a Cause Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at Pier Village Festival Plaza,...

May 24, 2012 | comments

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