Archive: 2013

8/9 – No Injuries as Car Hits Store in Red Bank

By John Burton RED BANK – Anil Mehta saw his day and business as the manager on duty at the Welsh Farms disrupted this afternoon as a customer’s car hit...

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RBR Health Screenings Could Be Life-saving

By John Burton School joins Barnabas Health to prevent cardiac, concussion problems   LITTLE SILVER – Parents worry. That’s what they do; it’s part of the job description. Parents of...

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Lucent Site Redevelopment Plans Move Forward

By John Burton HOLMDEL – Things are finally moving forward on redevelopment of the massive former Bell Labs/Lucent property. “I’m very excited this is finally coming to fruition,” said Mayor...

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8/9 –Traffic Patterns Shift as Newman Springs Road Bridge Work Continues

RED BANK – Monmouth County will implement new traffic patterns on County Route 520, Newman Springs Road, as the project to replace the bridge decks over the Swimming River continues....

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This Year, Everything Is New About Trinity Hall

By Stephanie Manley MIDDLETOWN – September will bring an exciting and unique beginning of high school for 35 girls as they start their freshman year at Trinity Hall. Administrators at...

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Letters to the Editor

Recognizing the Need for – and Benefit of – Coastal Policy and Planning By The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association    A new study has attempted to quantify the...

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One Door Closes and A Cabana Door Opens

By Stephanie Manley RED BANK – Kris Winters and her fam­ily occupied the Firehouse Specialty Shop for 35 years. When her parents decided it was time to retire, Winters went...

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There Will Be Lights at RBR This Fall

LITTLE SILVER – The Let There Be Lights campaign was a success. After two years of fundraising, the Red Bank Regional Buccaneer Athletic Foun­dation (RBRBAF) has succeeded in its founding initiative...

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Big-scale Model Railroad Keeps Fair Haven Man on Track 

By Mary Ann Bourbeau FAIR HAVEN – It’s not unusual to see Monarch butterflies in Michael Humphreys’ backyard. But the fairies and dragons, that’s another story. While the butterflies are...

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Fresh Air Fund Forms New Family Bonds

By Torri Singer RED BANK – Susan Barr welcomed Miguel, the newest addition to her family, to her home in July, thanks to The Fresh Air Fund. Barr’s life is...

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Getting Fit For Fall

By Art Petrosemolo Back-to-School shopping for the clothes-minded Back-to-school clothes shopping has three stages. There is the parents pick out everything and children wear it stage, followed by having children...

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Scene On Film: ‘The Conjuring’

By Joan Ellis Why see The Conjur­ing? Because respectable critics have written reams of praise saying variously that it is gripping, fast-paced, and studded with good acting.  One even called...

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Skywatch For The Week Of August 9-16, 2013

By Flo Higgins Leo is extremely loyal, dignified and regal. It is a warm and loving fire sign and certainly it is a fixed sign. Leo feels kingly and because...

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‘The Sandy Project’ Takes Third in Spirit of the Shore Awards

MIDDLETOWN –The FilmOneFest has awarded Neal Bennett, owner of the Industry Film School and instructor at the Middletown Arts Center, third place in the Spirit of the Shore Awards for...

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Improvements Being Made at RFH Without Tax Impact

RUMSON – A complete overhaul of the outdoor snack facility, a state-of-the-art fitness center and upgrades to the auditorium sound and lighting systems are a few of the building improvements...

August 9, 2013 | comments

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