Archive: 2013

Lunch Break Facing Severe Shortage 

RED BANK – Critical shortages of food are now being seen on the empty shelves at Lunch Break. Lunch Break is the first line of defense for thousands of people...

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Sisters of Mercy Honored at St. James

RED BANK – The St. James Elementary and Red Bank Catholic High School community gratefully honored the Sisters of Mercy for 125 years of service to their schools on Sunday,...

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‘Patriot Church’ Celebrates Long History of Service to the Community

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – Imagine what life was like 325 years ago in the area that is now Middletown. It’s a wilderness with a few small pockets of settlers,...

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Broomstick’s One-Witch Show at NJ Rep

By Philip Dorian   It’s not quite Hallo­ween and the spooky house on the New Jersey Repertory Co. stage isn’t made of gingerbread, but the old crone who lives there...

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New Ranney Head Embraces School

By Michele J. Kuhn TINTON FALLS – Though only a few months into his tenure as Ranney School head of school, John Griffith seems at home. “It’s been wonderful. It’s...

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Skywatch For The Week Of October 4-11, 2013

By Flo Higgins Happy birthday Libra! This is one sign of the Zodiac that really wants to be liked by everyone. This sign, ruled by Venus, is bright and chipper...

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Bringing a Private Label to Market

By Nicholas Harary Last year’s runaway success story of Juliana Layla Chardon­nay, the first wine I placed under a label named after my beautiful daughter, brought on a lot of...

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A Little Wine and a Big Hug: Breast Cancer Survivors Unite

By Judy O’Groman Alvarez Breast cancer survivors, a sorority joined not by choice – and not limited to women – often have much in common with mothers. Now with each...

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Health Notes

 Center Offers Free Breast Screening Programs   LONG BRANCH – In recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Jacqueline M. Wilentz Comprehensive Breast Center will be providing a free...

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Narrative Medicine

By Teresa Liccardi, M.D.   I had cared for Mr. Elder (a factitious name) for more than three years. During that time he had suffered worsening poverty, and the ongoing...

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