Archive: 2012 November

Covenant House President, FH Resident, Makes a Difference

By John Burton   FAIR HAVEN – Kevin Ryan sees his work as a struggle between the light and the dark, between despair and hope. He believes that, though it...

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Skywatch For The Week Of November 30 – December 7, 2012

By Flo Higgins If you enjoy a friendship or partnership with a straightforward, outspoken pal then find yourself a Sagittarius and settle down. This fire sign is friendly, loyal and...

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Deadline Dec. 7 for Monmouth Museum’s Juried Art Show 

LINCROFT – The Monmouth Museum is seeking submissions for its 2013 juried art show. The Dec. 7 deadline for entering is quickly approaching. The Annual Juried Art Exhibition was founded by the...

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Toy Run Brightens Holidays for Children’s Hospital Patients

LONG BRANCH –­ Despite the devastation left across the region by Hurricane Sandy, more than 100 dedicated riders from the Jersey Shore Harley Owners Group (HOG) and the Long Branch...

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1st Avenue Playhouse Presents ‘Doc’s Holiday’ through Dec. 22

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – First Avenue Playhouse will present Doc’s Holiday through Saturday, Dec. 22 at the 123 First Ave. theater. The play is about Doc’s house being a special place...

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Winter Farmers Markets Take Root

By Michele S. Byers Now that cold weather is upon us, are you yearning for the fresh produce and local foods you enjoyed all summer at your local farmers market?...

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2012 Shape of Nation Report Shows Loopholes Stalling Progress of Phys.Ed Program...

By The American Heart Association The 2012 Shape of the Nation Report: Status of Physical Edu­cation in the USA, released recently by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education...

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Tree Lighting, Holiday Traditions featured at Sickles this Season

By Cort Smith LITTLE SILVER – A visit to Sickles Market is a part of an annual Two River area holiday tradition for many. Scores of loyal customers make an...

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Lottery Ticket Sales Online Will Be Harmful to NJ Small Businesses

By Sal Risalvato For decades now New Jersey state government and thousands of small businesses have worked hand-in-hand in creating and maintaining one of the most successful and well-run lottery...

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Toys for the Littlest Sandy Victims

By Michele J. Kuhn FAIR HAVEN – Margaret Spicer is working to ensure a happy holiday season for children whose lives have been disrupted by Super Storm Sandy. Spicer, owner...

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