Archive: 2012 September

Applause for New Graduates

Among area residents who have graduated from institutions of higher learning are: Tufts University in Medford, Mass., Katherine Riker of Rumson with a bachelor’s degree in engineering psychology, cum laude,...

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Maggie Jeary and Eric Patry

Maggie Jeary and Eric Patry are to be married on Sept. 29, 2012, by the Rev. Robert J. W. Schecker, pastor, at the Church of the Nativity in Fair Haven....

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Kristina ErkenBrack and Zachary DeVesty

Kristina ErkenBrack and Zachary DeVesty were married on July 14, 2012, at Norfolk Botanical Gardens, Norfolk, Va. Kelsey DeVesty, sister of the groom, was maid of honor and Joshua Illingworth,...

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Business Beat

 Doctor Opens New Practice in Red Bank RED BANK – Dr. Kristen E. Cardamone has opened her private practice to treat the pain needs of Monmouth County area patients. Sports and...

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Falling for Fall

By Michele J. Kuhn   Fire pits, lanterns, throws and wraps help extend the outdoor season     The cooler temperatures, changing color of leaves and earlier nightfall doesn’t have to...

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Warming your Home for Autumn

By Michele J. Kuhn   While summer is the season of light colors and diaphanous fabric, fall conjures images of deep reds, rich browns, hunter greens and lush, textured materials....

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Battle Of Ridge Road At Count Basie Field

By Ryan Fennell Red Bank – The bye week might have been a nice respite for the Red Bank Regional Buccaneers following two tough losses to open the season, but...

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Beaches can Benefit your Health, too

By American Shore & Beach Preservation Association Eight-six years ago, the founders of the American Shore & Beach Preservation Association (ASBPA) recognized that, with growth in the country’s urban population...

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Organizers Hope 1,000 Attend Tourney, Family Day to Honor Late LS Councilman

By Michele J. Kuhn LITTLE SILVER – The organizers of the annual Little Silver one Pitch Tourney and Family Day are hoping this year’s event on Saturday, Sept. 29, will...

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Want Lower Taxes? Recycle More!

By Michele S. Byers If you’re concerned about our high cost of living – read on! There’s one simple thing we can all do to help our towns and ourselves...

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Speaking Out about Public Speaking

By Nancy Wade Most high school students would recognize the plea of “Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears,” as those immortal words from Shakespeare’s tragedy Julius Caesar. When the...

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Residents of Middletown’s Tomaso Plaza Voice Complaints

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – Some residents of the Alice V. Tomaso Plaza public housing complex say they have health and safety concerns about the building and believe the housing...

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Scene On Film: ‘Arbitrage’

By Joan Ellis Arbitrage brings the Wall Street predators of today’s headlines to vivid life. In an unexpectedly strong performance, Richard Gere creates Robert Miller, a commanding hedge fund manager who...

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Application for New LB Temple Continued

By John Burton LONG BRANCH – Mem­bers of the city Zoning Board of Adjustment expressed skepticism during a hearing for a proposed West End synagogue when the congregation’s rabbi stressed that...

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Getting Lost in a Maze of Maize

By John Burton HOLMDEL – The corn maze visitors try to maneuver each fall at Casola Farms is actually planned much earlier in the year. The 30-acre Casola Farms, located at...

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