Archive: 2014 February

2/28 –Bloods Gang Leader Sentenced to at 40 years in Prison

By John Burton FREEHOLD – A leader in the Sex, Money, Murder set of the Bloods criminal street gang was sentenced yesterday to a lengthy prison sentence for a 2006...

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2/28 – Rumson St. Pat’s Parade Looking for Volunteers

RUMSON – The Second Annual Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 9. Volunteers are needed and can register at www.rumsonstpatricksdayparade.org/volunteer or emaiul to info@rumsonstpatricksdayparade.org....

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Gwen Love: A Legacy of Caring

By Michele J. Kuhn Gwen Love lives up to her name every day. Love, who took her husband’s descriptive last name as an 18-year-old bride, is the executive director of...

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Helping NJ Residents Recover from Super Storm Sandy – One Family at a Time

By Richard E. Constable, III As part of our commitment to transparency, the Christie Administration held three public hearings in February on our plans to execute the next round of...

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Fair Haven School Nurses ‘Go Red’ for Heart Health

FAIR HAVEN –Valentine’s Day provides many with the opportunity to “wear their hearts on their sleeves.” Nora Navarro of Viola L. Sickles School and Judy Miller of Knollwood School ensured...

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Peppering the Palate on Monmouth Street

By John Burton RED BANK – Monmouth Street has developed a world of flavors. From pizza to Mexican food, with sushi, Asian fusion and good ol’ American hot dogs and...

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Red Bank Catholic Ices Shore Hockey Championship

By Jim Hintelmann MIDDLETOWN – Red Bank Catholic’s ice hockey team, which won only seven games last year, completed a remarkable turnaround by defeating Howell, 6-2, and winning its first...

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Bobby Collins Knows New Jersey Humor

By Mary Ann Bourbeau RED BANK – He may live in California now, but Bobby Collins will always be an East Coast guy at heart. The stand-up comedian understands Jersey...

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Unique Summer Camp offered at A Child’s Place in Lincroft

LINCROFT – The rumble coming down the street is a dump truck loaded with sand for A Child’s Place School (ACP). Each summer, anticipation escalates for the children enrolled at...

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Trinity Hall Swimmers Qualify for Meet of Champions in First Season

LEONARDO – With only nine freshmen swimmers, Trinity Hall is truly making a splash on the New Jersey high school swimming scene during its inaugural season, qualifying four swimmers to...

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Business Beat for Feb. 28 – March 7

Swimming River Bridge Receives Engineering Award The design for the reconstruction of Monmouth County Bridge S-17, where West Front Street crosses the Swimming River, has received the Distinguished Engineering Award...

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Stone Church Hosts Jersey Shore Food History Talk

Stone Church Hosts Jersey Shore Food History Talk NAVESINK – All Saints’ Memorial Church, 202 Navesink Ave., is holding a Victorian Tea and Talk with Karen Schnitzpahn, author of book...

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Oratorio Choir Sings Haydn’s ‘Lord Nelson’ Mass

RED BANK – Joseph Haydn’s famous “Missa in Angustiis” (“Mass for Troubled Times”) will be presented by the Oratorio Choir at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at the First Presbyterian...

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