Archive: 2012 October

Garrett Sickels Named To All-American Bowl

By Ryan Fennell Red Bank – When Red Bank Regional senior Garrett Sickels was 11-years old he was watching the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on television and told his parents...

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Letters and Commentary

Fight to Prevent the Loss of Women’s Reproductive Rights To the Editor: This great-grandmother remembers the day when there were few forms of birth control and abortion was something secretly...

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Lifelong Resident Named New Shrewsbury Police Chief

By John Burton SHREWSBURY – Louis G. Ferraro, a more than two-decade veteran of the borough police department, has been made the new police chief. Ferraro, 44, has been serving as...

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Scene On Film: ‘Trouble with the Curve’

By Joan Ellis Would tolerance have come more easily if Trouble with the Curve had been released before instead of after the ordeal of watching Clint Eastwood talk to an...

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Pool Named for Ranney School Teacher

By Michele J. Kuhn TINTON FALLS – Emmett Walling is a much beloved part of the Ranney School community and now he has an aquatic center named after him to...

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Ah, Nuts!

By Michele J. Kuhn   Barnacle Bill’s ends tradition of serving peanuts   RUMSON – It’s true. Barnacle Bill really did toss Mr. Peanut from his bar – and dining room....

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Monmouth Boat Club Elects 2012 Officers and Supervisors

RED BANK – Monmouth Boat Club’s incoming commodore and vice commodore know the club well. Commodore-elect Skip Bugbee’s family joined MBC in the 1960s while Pat Corr’s family has been members...

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Anchors Aweigh!

MIDDLETOWN – The New School of Monmouth County held its 19th Annual Boat Day event Friday, Oct. 5, at the Spy House Beach in Port Monmouth. Each year the children from...

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Proposed SB – Rumson Bridge Will Impact Nearby Businesses

By John Burton The proposed choice for the replacement of the Rumson-Sea Bright Bridge was met with a cool reception but eventual acceptance by local officials. It could, however, mean...

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Natural Lands Grow Greenbacks

By Michele S. Byers We know how to exploit land and natural resources; it’s what we humans do. But leaving land and resources alone can make money, too, and a...

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Getting Kids ‘Hooked on Fishing’

By John Burton A bill, championed by a Monmouth County state senator that encourages kids to participate in outdoor activities in an attempt to steer them away from destructive behavior,...

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NJ Traffic Safety Cameras: Data Shows Crashes Down at Intersections

By The New Jersey Traffic Safety Coalition The Traffic Safety Coalition (TSC) has released a new report, titled State of Safety Cameras in New Jersey, highlighting New Jersey’s traffic safety...

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Urging Parents to Talk to their Children about Tobacco

By Barnabas Health Institute for Prevention   The school year is in full swing and parents and children are adjusting to new schedules, after-school activities and homework. How many parents...

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Shore Jazz-Blues Foundation Celebrates 25th Year

The Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation will celebrate its 25th Anniversary from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28 at the Dauphin Grille, 1401 Ocean Ave, Asbury Park. The...

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MU Poll: Garden State Quality of Life Drops

By Monmouth University Polling Institute In its regular tracking of residents’ satisfaction with life in New Jersey, the Monmouth University Poll finds the current Garden State Quality of Life Index...

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