Archive: 2012 September

New Building At The Atrium To Be Completed In Early 2013

By Michele J. Kuhn RED BANK – The brickwork is up and the windows are in. Construction along Riverside Avenue is continuing at a brisk pace. The Atrium at Navesink...

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Count Basie Announces Conservatory Style, Yearlong Programs

RED BANK – The Count Basie Theatre’s Performing Arts Academy is introducing two audition-based, 10-month programs: Musical Theatre Intensive and The Actor’s Intensive. This yearlong conservatory style training program is...

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Opinions Sought at Sandy Hook Open House

By John Burton SANDY HOOK – The National Park Service is asking the public to offer its input about what should happen at Sandy Hook and other Gateway National Recreation...

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Court Rules No Death Benefits in LS Principal Case

By John Burton A state Appellate Court has determined the widow of the Little Silver middle school principal, killed in an auto crash four years ago on his way to...

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Man Pleads Guilty to Break-ins at Bon Jovi’s, Others Homes

By John Burton FREEHOLD – The Beachwood man who broke into rock star Jon Bon Jovi’s house and other homes on Navesink River Road last year has pleaded guilty to...

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LS Councilman Bitman Remembered For Devotion to Town

By John Burton LITTLE SILVER – Colleagues who worked with Jonathan Bitman on the borough council and in business are mourning and expressing their sadness over the news this week...

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Lunch Break Looks to Expand RB Facilities

By John Burton   RED BANK – Lunch Break is looking to expand. The soup kitchen and food panty, which has been providing food, clothing and the wherewithal for those...

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First Day Excitement Shared by All at RB School

By John Burton   RED BANK – There was a sense of excitement and anticipation about the coming school year, shared by not only the students at St. James Elementary...

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Sept. 11 Services Slated

By John Burton Area towns and organ­iza­tions have scheduled observances of Sept. 11. This year marks the 11th anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and...

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Conservation Foundation Celebrates 35 Years of Preservation Work

By John Burton   MIDDLETOWN – Mon­­mouth County’s 665 square miles always seems to be in a state of change from the shore to the rolling green pastures of Colts...

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Jeanne Kelly Joins Heritage House Sotheby in Rumson

RUMSON – Mary Burke, broker and owner of Heritage House Sotheby’s Inter­national Realty, and Joyce Wopat, broker associate/ branch manager, welcome Jeanne Kelly, sales associate, to the Rumson office. A...

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Hurricane Anxiety Can Impact Gasoline Prices in Unexpected Ways

By Sal Risalvato We all know that there are a number of factors that go into determining the price of gasoline, including inventory levels and production estimates. However, when external forces...

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What Gov. Christie Really Said at RNC Convention in Tampa

By Patrick Murray The reaction to Chris Christie’s speech at the Republican National Convention in a nutshell? Hard core Republicans are disappointed he didn’t call Barack Obama an “idiot” and hard-core...

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Letters and Commentary

A Vote for Kyrillos Because of His Jobs Plan To the Editor: I read recently that Senator Joe Kyrillos put forth a jobs plan as part of his campaign for U.S....

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Back-to-School Shopping

Yazemin Yilmaz, 10, of Port Monmouth, picks out a notebook during the Target Back-to-School Shopping Spree in Middletown. Yazemin is a member of the E.X.P.L.O.R.E.R.S. Club at the Red Bank...

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