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Pedestrian Safety: Two River Area Should Look West for Ideas

Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon know how to make their streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists. Both cities, have large and increasing numbers of those who look to walk, peddle...

April 18, 2015 | comments

Pedestrian Safety: Local Readers Offer Solutions

RED BANK – Two River Times readers, spurred by a Safety Task Force initiative, have been offering their views on pedestrian safety, as well as their service, to improve conditions...

April 18, 2015 | comments

New Oncology Center Expansion Planned For Riverview

By John Burton RED BANK – When cancer strikes, treatment is about a lot more than just attacking the disease. That broader focus is the essence of the soon to...

April 17, 2015 | comments

Letter: Keep on Safety Issue

To the Editor, First of all, thank you for your fine newspaper! I am a former resident of the Red Bank area and visit often. Secondly, I am so pleased...

April 17, 2015 | comments

All Invited to 70th Anniversary of VE Day Commemoration

World War II was the most violent armed conflict in the history of mankind. Historians today consider the war the most significant event of the 20th Century. More than a...

April 10, 2015 | comments

Protect the Pinelands From Pipeline Development

I am writing to express my enormous disappointment in state Sen. Joe Kyrillos’ “Yes” vote on the nomination of Robert Barr to the Pinelands Commission. Mr. Barr was nominated after...

April 10, 2015 | comments

Mater Dei Alum Thanks The Two River Times

To the Editor: Thank you so much for the great coverage the Two River Times has been giving to the Save the Seraphs campaign. Keeping the community updated on the...

April 10, 2015 | comments

National Library Week Begins April 12

FREEHOLD – Food for Fines is one of several celebrations happening in the Monmouth County Library System through National Library Week beginning Sunday, April 12. The annual Food for Fines...

April 10, 2015 | comments

Our Lady of Perpetual Help/St. Agnes Pastor Re-Assigned

HIGHLANDS – The Rev. William Lago, pastor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help/St. Agnes Roman Catholic Church, announced at all masses that he is being re-assigned to another parish on...

April 10, 2015 | comments

Atlantic Highlands First Ever GOP Primary Race

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – A simmering rift in the borough’s Republican establishment has resulted in a party challenge for the mayor’s race in June’s primary. John “Jack” Archibald and Louis Fligor,...

April 10, 2015 | comments

Mater Dei Prep Supporters Look to CBA Model

MIDDLETOWN – They may have raised the necessary money to sustain Mater Dei Prep for another year but it is only one of the hurdles going forward for supporters of...

April 10, 2015 | comments

Editorial Opinion: Pedestrian Accident Urgent Reminder We Need Safer Street Cros...

It really is about the three E’s Red Bank Police Chief Darren McConnell speaks about – Education, Enforcement and Engineering. An ambulance struck a pedestrian Wednesday, while he was crossing...

April 4, 2015 | comments

Longtime Colts Neck Administrator Retiring

COLTS NECK – As the Colts Neck Township Committee neared final selection of his replacement last week, long-time Administrator/Clerk Robert Bowden was contemplating his future while reflecting upon his 25 years...

April 4, 2015 | comments

Hazardous Crosswalks: Walkers Share Collision Tales

FOR PEDESTRIANS and cyclists, keeping safe in Red Bank can be a challenge. Two years ago in July, Sara Rothfuss, who lives and works in Red Bank, was on her...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Mater Dei Prep Grateful for Quality Coverage

To The Editor: Thank you. We at Mater Dei are grateful for TRT casting a positive light on our situation. We live in a time where the media looks for...

April 3, 2015 | comments

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