Archive: 2013 May

Big Drop in Perception of Quality of Life in the Garden State

By The Monmouth University Poll Sandy-hit regions show largest decline In its regular tracking of residents’ satisfaction with life in New Jersey, the Monmouth University Poll finds the current Garden...

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Residents Urged to Make Lifestyle Changes to Improve Air Quality

By William O’Sullivan The Christie Administration is urging New Jersey residents to consider making simple lifestyle choices and changes to help improve air quality for everyone in our state, as...

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Letters and Commentary

Government, Business Work ‘Hand-in-Hand” to Bring Sloan- Kettering to M’town To the Editor: The recent announcement that a Sloan Kettering Cancer Treatment Center will be coming to Middletown is extraordinary...

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Help for Highlands Arrives by the Hundreds

By John Burton HIGHLANDS – Saturday was a day of giving and grateful receiving for scores of volunteers and borough residents and business owners as they continue the arduous task...

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The Charm of the Stately Homes By-The-Sea Designer House

By Patti Martin LITTLE SILVER – Benefit­ting the Visiting Nurse Associa­tion Health Group, this year’s event has transformed The Hartshorne Man­sion, a majestic registered historic home nestled on the banks...

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Ranney Robotics Club Competes in Top Tournament

TINTON FALLS – The Ranney School Robot­ics Club has been working hard all year to design, build and drill their robots for multiple competitions. All their hard work paid off...

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About Town

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS As surely as spring brings crocuses and daffodils, the need for spring-cleaning brings the Annual Town-Wide Garage Sale in Atlantic High­lands. All are welcome to come to the...

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TRT™ Wins Awards in Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest

RED BANK – The Two River Times™ won six awards in the New Jersey Press Associa­tion’s Better Newspaper Contest for 2012. In advertising, the paper’s production manager, Chris Draper, won...

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Hooray! Sandy Hook Reopens Six Months After Storm

By John Burton SANDY HOOK – Even before the ribbon was cut on Wednesday morning, people had arrived, happy that Gate­way National Recreation Area at Sandy Hook was again open...

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Love of Seafood, New England Inspires Opening of Chowda House

By John Burton RED BANK – Roy Jennings had a dream to open his own seafood restaurant. Last month that dream came true. Roy and his wife Mary Jennings, Middletown residents,...

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Citrons, Foundation Donate $700,000 to K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital

NEPTUNE – K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital at Jersey Shore University Medical Center is proud to announce a $700,000 donation from Jeffrey and Suzanne Citron of Brielle, in conjunction with the...

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Rowing Club to Host 30th Anniversary Open House

RED BANK – Navesink River Rowing (NRR) will hold a special 30th Anniversary open house on Saturday, May 18, at its recently reopened site at the end of Maple Avenue....

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Making a Wish to Help Others

By John Burton Second-grader’s desire to help other kids gets assistance from RBC students RED BANK – Despite a serious medical condition that could become more serious, 7-year-old Kasey Kennedy...

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A Little Encouragement Goes a Long Way

By Giuliana and Bill Rancic In August of 2011, Bill and I were on our third attempt to get pregnant using in vitro fertilization. When my doctor suggested I get...

May 3, 2013 | comments

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