Category: Business

Made In Monmouth: Annual Showcase of Locally-Produced Wares

[singlepic id=1100 w= h= float=none]By day, Ken Koenig is a salesman, selling school buses. But in his free time he crafts fanciful dragonflies, butterflies and katydids out of copper and...

April 17, 2015 | comments

Highlands Residents Wins Top Woman Entrepreneur Award

HIGHLANDS – Carol “CJ” Stafford of High lands, the owner of Stafford Communications Group, suddenly lost nearly all of her clients in the economic downturn in 2009. After decades of...

April 17, 2015 | comments

Butlers Deli Former Owner to Re-Open Market

RUMSON – For Paul Stout, who ran Butler’s Deli for 15 years at 91 East River Road, there is nothing about getting up at 4:30 a.m. he misses. But the...

April 16, 2015 | comments

Keeping Fit by the Sea

  SEA BRIGHT – Ilene Winters saw a chance to bring together a couple of things she’s passionate about and went for it. Ilene Winters has been a board member...

March 27, 2015 | comments

Moonshine Makes Its Mark on Monmouth County

For some this may come as a surprise but not to Bill Stavola: “Moonshine has really gone mainstream,” and is a burgeoning trend in the spirits industry, he believes and...

March 6, 2015 | comments

The Flaky Tart Bakery Finalist for James Beard Award

By Muriel J. Smith ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The Flaky Tart, the little bakery at 145 First Ave., and its owner, Marie Jackson, has been nominated for the fourth time and...

February 27, 2015 | comments

Saying ‘Yes’ to the Prom Dress

By Amy Byrnes Thirty years ago, buying a prom dress was a pretty straightforward affair. Moms and daughters took the traditional trip to the local bridal shop to buy the...

February 26, 2015 | comments

The Arts Are Big Business For Monmouth County

Whether it is an evening to your favorite local theater, art gallery, or the business you may bring to a photographer or other creative professional, it makes a difference for...

February 26, 2015 | comments

iCIMS Hosts Job Fair; Plans To Hire 150 Workers

By Christina Johnson MATAWAN – Know someone looking for a job? A fast-growing local technology company is seeking to hire 150 more people in 2015. On Thursday, Feb. 19, privately...

February 12, 2015 | comments

Where To Dine Out During Red Bank Restaurant Week

Thirty restaurants are participating in Red Bank Restaurant Week, to be held February 16- 26 (excluding Fridays and Saturdays.) Prix fixe dining is priced at $30. Beverage, tax and gratuity...

February 6, 2015 | comments

Poor Cat Designs Create the Latest Man-Cessory

By Amy Byrnes RED BANK – Of course you’ve heard of the man cave. And by now, are aware of the need to man-scape. You might have even gone on...

February 5, 2015 | comments

Mass Transit Announces Last Pickups Ahead of Storm

Commuters left work early to catch rides on mass transportation Monday, in light of reports that the snowfall will worsen in the evening hours and mass transit will curtail operations....

January 26, 2015 | comments

Shoppers Stock Up Ahead of the Storm

By John Burton RED BANK – Forewarned was forearmed for shoppers at Foodtown of Red Bank, Monday morning. As snow began to fall, shoppers hurried to pick up a few necessities...

January 26, 2015 | comments

Little Silver Hardware Store Shutters Its Doors

  LITTLE SILVER – “It’s time,” said Dan Levine, as he gave a sanguine nod and looked around at the now closed and largely empty space that for 34 years...

January 21, 2015 | comments

New Shopping Center Coming to Newman Springs Road

   By John Burton SHREWSBURY – Development of a new shopping center on the former site of Memory Lanes by the firm behind The Grove promises to please Two River shoppers...

January 21, 2015 | comments

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