Archive: 2013 March

Haberdasher Hangs His Hat Again in Sea Bright

By Michele J. Kuhn SEA BRIGHT – In a sense, Brian George is back home. After three months in temporary quarters in Rumson, the longtime area haberdasher has moved his...

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A ‘Tasty’ Saturday Planned at Pier Village

LONG BRANCH – Pier Village is gearing up for another fun event on Saturday, March 2, to celebrate “The Tiny Tasty Tour.” The event will highlight Pier Village retail shops...

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Nonprofit Animal Groups Receive Grants

Betsy Palazzo, left, president of the Purr’n Pooch Foundation for Animals, and her sister, foundation Vice President Koren Spadavecchia, right, pose with Sheila Dean, co-founder of the Marine Mammal Stranding...

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Home Depot Grants Available to M’town Residents Hit by Sandy

MIDDLETOWN – The Middletown Disaster Relief Fund, an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Middletown Bayshore residents affected by Super Storm Sandy with rebuilding, will distribute $200,000 of Home Depot...

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About Town

Middletown Lions ‘Roar for the Shore’ with Donation Members of the Middletown Lions Club recently presented a check for $2,000 to officials for the township’s disaster relief fund. The money was the...

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100th Day of School

Kindergartners at Saint Leo the Great School in Lincroft pose with Vice Principal Deirdre Senkewicz during their recent 100th day of school celebration, an annual St. Leo’s tradition. The students were...

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Jersey Coast’s Red Cross Offers More Than Disaster Relief

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez Many may recognize the American Red Cross logo on jackets and vehicles as the ubiquitous international symbol of help, aid and relief. Though most readily known for...

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Riverview Will be Jumpin’ March 2 with Free Jazz Brunch

RED BANK – No matter the state of your bones, joints and muscles, dancing stands as one of the best exercises to get muscle tone, boost energy, and increase flexibility...

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Business Beat

Heritage House SIR Rumson Branch No. 1 in Rumson Sales   RUMSON – Mary Burke, president and broker of record, Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty, and Joyce Wopat, branch manager,...

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Remembering the Gipper

By Linda McK.Stewart No presidential library was ever designed on a “warts and all” concept. So it’s no surprise that the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, the nation’s largest...

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YMCA to Offer Camp Scholarships to Families Impacted by Sandy

MIDDLETOWN – With generous support from the Robin Hood Foundation, The Community YMCA will be offering summer camp scholarships for children and families impacted by Super Storm Sandy. Scholarships are...

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The Worm Turns … Waste Into Compost

By Michele S. Byers What’s slimy and wiggly, can live by the hundreds in your home and transform junk mail and food scraps into a rich fertilizer known as “black...

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Good Shepherd Church Supports St. Mark’s Kitchen

HOLMDEL – The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd has been a long-time supporter of the Kitchen at St. Mark’s, Inc., a nonprofit group providing food for needy families in...

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