Archive: 2012 August

7 Bridges Road Repaving Slated

By John Burton LITTLE SILVER — It’s sort of a two-for-one for the borough as Monmouth County officials have agreed to repave Seven Bridges Road as it undergoes work to...

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Music Men

By John Burton Area residents’ song featured in movie Area residents Chris Corley and Jon D’Agostino have to admit, things have been getting pretty cool for them lately as they...

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Women Due in Court on Charges They Care for Feral Cats

By John Burton SHREWSBURY — When you call Ruth Rapkin’s Sycamore Avenue home in Tinton Falls, her voice message tells the caller: “I can’t come to phone right now. The...

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Local Olympian Swims in Prelim Early Friday

By Michele J. Kuhn Fair Haven native Connor Jaeger will be swimming in his first Olympic race Friday, Aug. 3, and Two River area fans couldn’t be more excited. Jaeger,...

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Barnegat Bay Needs Pollution Reduction Diet

By Michele S. Byers Barnegat Bay needs a diet! No, it’s not obese, but it’s fed far too many nutrients. These nutrients, mostly nitrogen and phosphorus, come from fertilizers used...

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Informal Group Looks to Preserve Rumson Estate

By John Burton RUMSON — A group of area residents are hoping they can muster enough support to preserve a borough property that they believe has historical significance. The group,...

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Patients Need Drug Options, Not Limitations

By Michael J. Fitzpatrick Imagine being sick with a life-threatening disease. Most of us would want access to as many medicines as possible — including the full range of proven...

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N.J.’s Community Health Centers Strengthen the Health Care Safety Net

By Mary E. O’Dowd This is National Health Center Week (Aug. 5-11), a time to showcase the comprehensive and patient-centered care provided by New Jersey’s 20 community health centers and...

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Applause for New Drug Treatment Program Legislation

By Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini I applaud the July 19 bill signing by Gov. Christie creating a mandatory drug-treatment program for non-violent drug offenders instead of a jail sentence. The...

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County Fair, Hit by Fast-Moving Storm, Didn’t Open for Final Day

Story and Photos by Scott D. Longfield FREEHOLD — The Monmouth County Fair never had a chance to open for the last day on Sunday, July 29. A fast-moving supercell...

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Walk for Kevin Kret Slated for Aug. 7 at CBA

LINCROFT –The 3rd annual Walk the Walk with Kevin Kret will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, at Christian Brothers Academy on Newman Springs Road. Registration for the...

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Letters and Commentary

Thank You to the State for Certification of Red Light Cameras To the Editor: AAA thanks the New Jersey Department of Transportation for ensuring that motorist rights are protected by requiring all...

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FH Native Joins Teach for America

Kara Keale of Fair Haven has been accepted into Teach For America’s 2012 teaching corps. Teach For America is the national corps of top recent college graduates and professionals who...

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AH Borough Administrator Gets ADA Award

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – An organization advocating for people with disabilities presented its Equalizer Award to Borough Administrator Adam Hubeny in recognition of his implementation of accessibility in the Borough Hall...

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Paddlers Raise Funds for Sisters Academy

RUMSON – The Shore Paddle with a Purpose, a paddleboard and kayak ride along the Navesink River, was held July 15 to benefit Mercy Center’s Sisters Academy in Asbury Park....

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