Archive: 2012 May

The Immense Value of Exercise

By Mark William Lisky According to information provided by the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), the leading five causes of death in the U.S. from birth to middle age...

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Shore House Aims to Make a Difference in People’s Lives

By Mary Ann Bourbeau Members say sense of community, positive energy among highlights of program for those living with mental illness RED BANK – When Susan Sandlass’ daughter was diagnosed...

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Layers of Protection Best for Pool Safety

By the Northeast Spa & Pool Association HAMILTON – The weather is warming up and backyard pools are calling. But, before the family peels down to swimsuits and starts splashing,...

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Who’s Really Benefiting from Public Energy Subsidies?

By Bernard L. Weinstein President Obama recently re-launched his crusade to wipe out the “tax breaks” afforded to American oil companies. This time, unleashing some of his most divisive and...

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A New Perspective on Women

By Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini, 11th Legislative District According to the Center for American Women and Politics, New Jersey now ranks among the top 10 states with the most women...

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Cutting the Pentagon Budget?

By Susan Shaer, courtesy American Forum As budget chair for the House of Repre­sentatives, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) is “The Man.” President Obama presented his budget, and Ryan has announced...

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Letters and Commentary

Offshore Oil Drilling: It’s Back, and Louder than Ever To the Editor: Two years ago, at the first nation-wide “Hands Across the Sand” event, thousands and thousands of New Jerseyans joined hands...

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A Friend Denied

By Kathy Miele I walked into my son Alex’s room and saw that he was on his computer. “Can I ask you for a favor?” I asked. “Sure,” he said, never...

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Lincroft Hand-Quilter Shares Her Skill at Ocean Grove’s Women’s Weekend

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez OCEAN GROVE – Terry Walsh, a Lincroft resident, will be one of the presenters at the Ocean Grove Women’s Weekend, May 4 – 6, at the...

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About Town

MONMOUTH COUNTY Monmouth County Historical Associ­ation’s five sites and museum and library will be part of the 40 county historic sites opening their doors for this year’s “Weekend in Old...

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All Saints’ Church Auction Set For May 12

All Saints’ Memorial Church, “The Stone Church,” is holding its annual Auction Night on May 12 at 202 Navesink Ave., Navesink. The Silent Auction preview starts at 5:30 p.m. with live...

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FH Administrator Elected to Municipal Management Association

FAIR HAVEN – Borough Administrator Theresa S. Casagrande has been elected to the executive board of the New Jersey Municipal Management Association (NJMMA). Casagrande, who has been Fair Haven’s administrator...

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First Financial Foundation Looking for Scholarship Applicants 

The First Financial Federal Credit Union Foundation has announced that May 31 is the deadline for applications for the six $750 scholarships it will be awarding to undergraduate students this...

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RFH Crew Shines at Championship Regatta

The Rumson Fair Haven crew team entered six boats and 32 athletes from novice to varsity in the the Garden State Scholas­tic Championships at Cooper River Park, Pennsauken. The RFH Crew...

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Beautiful Kitchens, Vendors Showcase on Tap May 10 in Rumson

RUMSON – The Rumson Education Foundation will once again host “Rumson a la Carte – a Gourmet Kitchen Tour” on Thursday, May 10. The bi-annual tour will offer attendees a...

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