Archive: 2012 July

Monmouth County Residents Warned of Utility Payment Scam

FREEHOLD – The Monmouth County Department of Consumer Affairs is alerting residents to an active scam that is claiming President Obama, through a federal program, will pay utility bills.  “This...

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Monmouth To Field D-1 Men’s Lacrosse Team, Hires Brian Fisher As Head Coach

By Ryan Fennell West Long Branch – It was a pair of firsts at Monmouth University on Tuesday afternoon when the university officially announced the hiring of its first men’s...

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Vallas Named Branch Vice President of Coldwell Banker, Middletown

MIDDLETOWN – Pamela Vallas, a 28-year resident of Rumson, has been named branch vice president of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Middletown, where she will run the office’s daily operations...

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Monmouth University Professor Named President-Elect for PR Society

WEST LONG BRANCH – Mon­mouth University Com­mun­ication Professor Kristine M. Simoes was named president-elect of The New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA NJ). She will...

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J.H. Cohn Office Supports Coastal Habitat for Humanity Initiative

EATONTOWN – Employ­ees of J.H. Cohn’s Central Jersey office in Eatontown recently spent a day with Coastal Habitat for Humanity (HFH) volunteering for a new venture, the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative...

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AH Residents Voice Concerns About Casino Boat Proposal

By John Burton ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Harbor Commission Chairman Jane Frotton assured residents during the Tuesday, July 10, commission meeting that a proposal to permit a 180-foot three-tier floating casino...

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Spirit of Community Translated to ‘Boléro’ with Help of Flash Mob

RED BANK – Take Ravel’s classic Boléro, professional dancers from KEIGWIN + COMPANY, choreographer Larry Keigwin, plus more than 50 area residents and what do you get? You get Boléro...

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Don’t Divert Federal Conservation Funding

By Michele S. Byers Chances are you’ve never heard of the Land and Water Conservation Fund. But if you live in New Jersey, you will be pleased to know that...

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U.S. at Risk of Losing Its Edge in Medical Innovation

By Grace-Marie Turner The United States has been the undisputed leader in medical research for decades. But today, our leadership is at risk. Other countries are working aggressively to lure...

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Say Cheese: Fromagerie Featured on TV

By John Burton RUMSON – There was no doubt about it. David Burke, the noted restaurateur and chef, and his 26 Ridge Road establishment, David Burke’s Fromagerie, were center stage...

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Acting County Prosecutor Named

By John Burton FREEHOLD – There have been some changes at the top of Monmouth County’s lead law enforcement office. In a little less than two weeks the Monmouth County...

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Keeping Food Safe, Accessible Should Be Part of Families’ Hurricane Preparatio...

By The U.S. Department of Agriculture The U.S. Depart­ment of Agricul­ture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is urging residents of coastal states to plan ahead this hurricane season and...

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Outstanding in Her Field

FH woman celebrates first year selling sports equipment to females By Anastasia Millicker FAIR HAVEN – Kendra Boyd has had a field hockey stick in her hand since middle school....

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Letters & Commentary

Saving Our State’s Equine Industry – It’s Up to You To the Editor: Each June, we celebrate Horse Month in New Jersey. Proclamations and pronouncements attest to the historic, revered traditions...

July 13, 2012 | comments

MHA Tee Off with Patriots Event Raises Awareness of Invisible Wounds of War 

MIDDLETOWN – Tee Off With Our Patriots Golf Classic has changed its location and date to 9:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 13, at the Navesink Country Club, 50 Luffburrow Lane. The...

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