Archive: 2013

Holy Cross Church to Break Ground April 14 on Construction Project

RUMSON – The Rev. Michael Manning, pastor of Holy Cross, will lead the church community in a prayer service on Sunday, April 14, on the church lawn, immediately following the...

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DEP Updates Recovery Progress

By John Burton TRENTON – State Depart­ment of Environmental Pro­tection Commissioner Bob Martin made it clear this week that the work on Sandy recovery is continuing and that “New Jersey...

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Musicians Donate Time, Talent to Help Jersey Shore

LAKE COMO – The Jersey Shore Jazz and Blues Foundation (JSJBF) will host its 13th Annual Harpin’ Help from 12:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. Sunday, April 21, at Bar Anticipation, 703 Sixteenth Ave. The...

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Go Camping at Turkey Swamp Park

FREEHOLD – Spring into spring by spending a night under the stars at the Monmouth County Park System’s family campground located in Turkey Swamp Park, Georgia Road, Freehold. The campground,...

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The 43rd Monmouth Festival of the Arts to be held April 13-17

TINTON FALLS – The 43rd Monmouth Fes­ti­val of the Arts (MFA) will take place Saturday, April 13, through Wednesday, April 17, at the Monmouth Reform Temple (MRT) on Hance Avenue....

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Real Estate Market in ‘Wait-and-See’ Mode in Sandy-Hit Towns

By John Burton As far as real estate is concerned in these post-Sandy days, it appears to be a waiting game for buyers, sellers and those brokering deals in communities...

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MU to Show Award-Winning Filmmaker’s Work

WEST LONG BRANCH – Academy award-nominated filmmaker Sam Green will bring his collection of short films What We Need Is The Impossible! to Monmouth University’s Pollak Theatre on Monday, April...

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Environmental Groups Move Back to Sandy Hook

SANDY HOOK – It’s back home to Fort Hancock for a couple of local environmental organizations displaced by Super Storm Sandy. Clean Ocean Action and the American Littoral Society, which...

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Iconic Palisades Threatened

By Michele S. Byers For 200 million years, the Palisades have stood majestically over the Hudson River. These nearly vertical cliffs carved by erosion have inspired artists for centuries. In...

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Tax Tips For Sandy Survivors

By The Federal Emergency Management Agency   If you have experienced a loss as a result of Hurricane Sandy, here are a few things to keep in mind as you...

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Business Beat

Rumson Coldwell Banker Hosts Charitable Rummage Sale, Shredding Event RUMSON – Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Rumson/Fair Haven will be hosting a charitable rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 3...

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America and Beach Nourishment: A Quiz

By The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association   At the recent ASBPA Coastal Sum­mit, Tom Campbell, P.E. of CBI/Coastal Planning and Engineering, gave a presentation entitled, “Perfor­mance of U.S....

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Learn What Annuals Grow Best in NJ

The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Monmouth County will present a workshop. entitled Annual Flowers: What Grows Best in N.J., from 11 a.m. to noon Wednesday, May 1, at the Monmouth...

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Repairing Damage to Plants & Garden Post Sandy

By Michele J. Kuhn The battering of area properties by Super Storm Sandy has not been just to beaches, buildings, cars and boats. Gardens, plants, trees and shrubs have certainly...

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NJ Nurseries, Garden Centers Part of Post-Sandy Rebuilding Effort

New Jersey Secretary of Agri­culture Douglas H. Fisher this week kicked off the spring planting season by urging residents and businesses to patronize the state’s nurseries and garden centers. Fisher...

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