Archive: 2013

39th Monmouth County Fair

This year’s edition of the Monmouth County Fair had more than 84,000 attendees over the five-day run that ended on Sunday, July 28. Animals of all shapes and sizes were...

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A Precious Gift

By Teresa Liccardi, M.D. Understanding palliative care, hospice and advance directives     Every brand new day should be unwrapped like a precious gift. Harry Harrison, radio personality In the...

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Many Area Businesses are ‘SpotOn’

By Stephanie Manley SpotOn has been spreading in much of Monmouth County. Since March, SpotOn, a national loyalty program, has been bringing area businesses a service that focuses on smarter...

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This Wine Will Have Your Tastebuds Racing

By Nicholas Harary As parents, we are always looking for the “perfect” thing to do with the kids. Sometimes, I don’t know why we bother. They seem to have fun...

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NJ Rep’s Hawking Puts Claws into ‘Kitty’

By Philip Dorian LONG BRANCH – The New Jersey Repertory Company press blurb for Marisa Smith’s Saving Kitty poses the question: “What happens when a daughter brings a young man...

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Business Beat

Southern Chamber to Hold Scholarship Fundraiser   LAKE COMO – The Southern Monmouth Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Fundraiser Barbecue will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15,...

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Red Bank Garden Yields Produce, Community Spirit

By John Burton RED BANK – The rocky road to establishing a community garden has yielded a harvest of involvement and cooperation for the gardeners and community. “I think this...

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Skywatch For The Week Of August 2-9, 2013

By Flo Higgins There is nothing a Leo loves more than an audience and the drama to go with it. Leo is smart, refined and always willing and ready to...

August 2, 2013 | comments

Township Administrator Recognized for Sandy Service

  Anthony P. Mercantante, Middletown township administrator, right, receives a state resolution and local proclamation from State Assemblywoman Amy Handlin and Mayor Gerard P. Scharfenberger. Mercantante was recognized for his...

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Working to Help Animals

  Scouts from Daisy Troop 1662 in Fair Haven with members of the Palazzo family of Purr’n Pooch Foundation for Animals after presenting a $325 check to the foundation. The kindergartners...

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