Archive: 2013 May

Priest at Center of Controversy Resigns; Meeting Slated at St. Mary’s, Colts N...

By John Burton COLTS NECK — The Roman Catholic priest, whose participation with a youth group at St. Mary’s has caused considerable public outcry, has offered his resignation from ministry....

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Free Allergy Workshop Offered

HOLMDEL – Dr. Chris Storti will hold a free workshop at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 12, called Natural Solutions to Allergy Problems, at Holmdel Vitamin Shoppe in Holmdel Commons at...

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Monmouth Medical Center Celebrates National Nurses Week

LONG BRANCH – Celebrated annually from National Nurses Day on May 6 through May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale, National Nurses Week celebrates America’s more than 3 million nurses...

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Lung Health Talk Slated for May 7

LONG BRANCH – Monmouth Medical Center, a Barnabas Health facility, and the American Lung Association of New Jersey will host the monthly meeting of the Adult Pulmonary Support Group from...

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Workshop Offered to Help with Understanding of Medicare Plans, Part D

NEPTUNE – The Monmouth County Office on Aging will sponsor a workshop titled Understanding Medicare Advantage Plans and Medicare Part D from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, May 22, at...

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Annual Ladies Night Out Program Spotlights Women’s Health

LONG BRANCH – The Jacqueline M. Wilentz Compre­hensive Breast Center at Monmouth Medical Center will present a special women’s health event at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 16, at Cervino’s at the...

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Mindfulness and Child Rearing

By Teresa Liccardi, M.D. Parenting is not an easy task. “Disciplining” children when they are behaving poorly leads to conflict and emotional distress for parents and children. Our children often...

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Earle Family Gives $750,000 to K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital

NEPTUNE – Officials at the K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center have announced a $750,000 donation from the Earle family of Monmouth County toward the hospital’s...

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Business Beat

Emporium’s Sale to Benefit Children with Cancer RED BANK –The Monmouth Street Emporium’s annual Jewelry Sale, just in time for Mother’s Day, will benefit children with cancer. The antiques store...

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Skywatch For The Week Of May 3-10, 2013

By Flo Higgins Taurus is a gentle soul who loves to have his/her own way, to run life as he sees fit with no questions asked. Although this fixed sign...

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Scene On Film: ‘The Company You Keep’

By Joan Ellis Don’t dare to miscast a movie that’s rooted in a true story. For The Company You Keep, the filmmakers have assembled a cast of four Academy Award...

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Rumson’s Picard Launches Cookbook for Men

RUMSON – Although male chefs dominate television and the Internet, market research shows the role of cook at home continues to fall on women. Debra Levy Picard of Rumson found that men have...

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Rosé: The U.S. Finally Catches on…

By Nicholas Harary The first thing you notice when you travel in the south of France is that everyone drinks rosé. When Melissa and I first went there, our experience...

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Fair Haven Schools Feature Art of 900 Students

FAIR HAVEN – The work of more than 900 students, ranging from pre-K–8 grade, was featured at the Seventh Annual Fair Haven Student Art Show on Tuesday, April 16, at...

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Preserved Land Needed to Help Keep Clean Water

By Michele S. Byers If you looked for a list of the least exciting words in the English language, “infrastructure” would be near the top. Those four syllables can cure...

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