Archive: 2012 August

Jaeger Makes Fair Haven Proud at the Olympics

By Michele J. Kuhn FAIR HAVEN – Go Connor! Go! We’re proud of you. That was the message hundreds of borough residents were sending Connor Jaeger as they gathered to...

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Gardening Talisman

By Kathy Miele I was poking around in the garage when I noticed an old wooden box tucked in the back of a shelf almost hidden by one of the...

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Educational Path for BCC President Took ‘Non-Traditional’ Route

By Rick Malwitz LINCROFT – When Maureen Murphy went to college right after high school, it would not be a lasting experience. “I didn’t want it,‘’ she said, about her...

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County Releases Fall Parks System Directory

LINCROFT – This fall the Monmouth County Park System brings back your favorite programs as well as new ones. Offerings include: Preparing quick and easy meals for your whole family...

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Top Cyclists Pedal into FH

By Celia Belmonte FAIR HAVEN – The borough is gearing up for Sunday’s fourth annual Tour de Fair Haven as more than 400 of the nation’s top cyclists are set...

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Teenage Volunteers Set Theme for Cancer Ball as Living Statues

RUMSON – Every year, the American Cancer Society Cancer Ball (ACS Cancer Ball) develops a theme to attract patrons to what has become one of the most successful American Cancer...

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Back-to-School: Preppy with a Twist and Bolder Colors are in

By Karyn D. Collins If it’s August then that means it’s time for back-to-school shopping. For many kids, especially tweens and teens who get to choose their own clothes, back-to-...

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About Town

COLTS NECK The Martha Mary Guild of St. Mary’s Church on Route 34 and Phalanx Road will be holding its annual clothing and linen sale next month. The sale will...

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Heads Up!

By John Burton RB buildings host contemporary art show RED BANK – It will be art alfresco for the public around the borough, starting this month and running until the...

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Helping Bats, Nature’s Original Bug Zappers

By Michele S. Byers Four summers ago, if you went outside at dusk, you were likely rewarded with the fascinating sight of bats diving and swooping for insects. Not only...

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