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Photos of Rock Legends Offered at Lunch Break Gala Auction

  RED BANK – As Lunch Break prepares for its fifth annual gala, the organization has announced an online auction of iconic photographs by famed photographer, Mark Weiss. The auction...

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County Police Chiefs All Wet – For a Good Cause

By John Burton FREEHOLD – Police chiefs from around Monmouth County are hoping chiefs in neighboring counties will follow their lead and dump freezing cold buckets of water over their...

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$5 Million Challenge Grant for Monmouth University

Anonymous Gift Supports Marine Science & Policy Initiative WEST LONG BRANCH – Tony MacDonald, director of Monmouth University’s Urban Coast Institute (UCI), has announced that the UCI has received a...

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Rowing on the River

  College, high school teams to participate Sept. 27 in Catena Rumson Boat Race By John Burton RUMSON – College rowers will again take to the Navesink River competing for the...

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Sports Betting at Monmouth Park Weeks Away?

OCEANPORT – State Senators Raymond J. Lesniak and Joseph M. Kyrillos Jr. aren’t wasting any time, nor is Monmouth Park, in moving forward with sports betting following actions made by the...

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Bonsai Day at Deep Cut Gardens Sept. 14

MIDDLETOWN – Deep Cut Gardens and the Deep Cut Bonsai Society will present from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, its annual Bonsai Day. Visitors will experience the intricate...

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About Town for Sept. 12 – 19

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council will hold a celebration of the beginning of fall with a concert by Cat and Fiddle at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, in...

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Boy Scouts Restore Section of Poricy Park

MIDDLETOWN – Local Boy Scouts restored the 30-acre Cotton Tract section in Poricy Park that was damaged by Super Storm Sandy. The massive storm felled many trees, both large and...

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Rumson Church Supports Climate Change Initiatives

RUMSON – Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to go to New York City Sunday, Sept. 21, to participate in the People’s Climate March. A group from Rumson Presbyterian Church will march...

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Preserving the Past

County restoring World War II battery in Middletown By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – The Monmouth County Park System is undertaking a project that will preserve and protect what had protected...

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