Archive: 2012 September

Civil War Encampment, Talk Sponsored by Historical Society

FREEHOLD – As part of its Historically Speaking lecture series, Monmouth County Historical Association will host speaker David Martin at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, at the Court Street School at 140...

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GOP Council Ticket in Red Bank Down to One Candidate

By John Burton   RED BANK – One of two Republican candidates for Borough Council has pulled out of the race. Republican Allen Palma has dropped his bid to run...

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Hazlet Man Charged in Murder of M’town Woman

By John Burton FREEHOLD – A Hazlet man, arrested and held in Georgia, is being charged with a murder of woman whose body was discovered in a Middletown home destroyed...

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Fort Hancock Use Committee Formed

By John Burton SANDY HOOK – The U.S. Secretary of the Interior has appointed 20 area people to serve on a committee intended to again look at the future uses for buildings at...

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Business Beat

 RB Law Firm Hires New Associate RED BANK – The growing law firm Zager Fuchs, PC has hired Richard J. Angelo, Esq. as an associate attorney. A resident of Long...

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Scott Tapped as Candidate for LS Council

By John Burton   LITTLE SILVER – As the Sept. 13 deadline for the printing of the November general election ballot loomed, the Monmouth County Republi­can chairman selected Dr. Rick...

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Skywatch For The Week Of September 14-21, 2012

Flo Higgins The challenge of anyone born this week is to develop a personality that pulls the sometimes critical nature of the Virgo with the nonconfrontational nature of Libra. It...

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Area Emergency Services Looking for Help

By John Burton “Nobody really thinks about us, until we’re needed,” said Josh Sanders, this year’s Red Bank volunteer Fire Department chief. Like many emergency service organizations in New Jersey,...

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Scene On Film: ‘Robot and Frank’

By Joan Ellis Robot and Frank is by turns funny, touching and shot through with sly social commentary. We meet Frank (Frank Langella) as he is wandering aimlessly through his...

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New Rabbi in Rumson Prepares for High Holy Days

By John Burton   RUMSON – It’s a busy time for Rabbi Jeff Sultar with the coming of the Jewish High Holy Days and his recent appointment as rabbi for...

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Istanbul – It’s Definitely Something Different

By Art Petrosemolo Tourists come to Turkey to visit the historic ruins, to cruise the Aegean Sea, to enjoy the beaches, or to see the remnants of the Ottoman Empire....

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About Town

ASBURY PARK There will be hundreds of monarch butterflies released at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at Sunset Lake Park by Friends of Unity by the Shore in Neptune. The...

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Shrewsbury Gardeners Celebrate Growing Success

By Michele J. Kuhn   SHREWSBURY – Ripe red tomatoes, green peppers, purple eggplant and bouquets of basil dot the Shrewsbury Com­mun­ity Garden only two months after the first plants...

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Back to Nature School

By Michele S. Byers For most students and teachers, “back to school” means desks, books and computers. But at one New Jersey school, woods, fields, hills, lakes and streams in...

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State Taking Action to Revive the Barnegat Bay

By Bob Martin Gov. Christie is making an unprecedented commitment to restoring Barnegat Bay. He has pledged the state’s resources to a long-term effort to revive this ecological treasure that is...

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