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Highlands to Zumba its Way Toward Mammogram Awareness

By Michele J. Kuhn HIGHLANDS – Combine fun and camaraderie with exercise and the opportunity to make women aware of the necessity of mammograms and what do you get? You...

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After a Diagnosis, Teacher Finds Support from Family, Friends and Her Students

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez “I never in a million years thought it would happen to me,” says Melissa Trenton, 42, of Middletown about the breast cancer she beat last year....

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M’town Joins Paint the Town Pink Effort with Business Event, Physician Panel

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – When Lori Anne Oliwa was planning the township’s annual business–to–business networking event, she realized how well it would work in conjunction with Meridian Health System’s...

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Scouts Start ‘Do It for Your Daughter’ Campaign

By Michele J. Kuhn MIDDLETOWN – If you need to know the importance of getting a regular mammogram, just ask the girls of Junior Girl Scout Troop 1701. The six...

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Bringing Style & Confidence to Cancer Patients

By Michele J. Kuhn RED BANK – Michele K. Lawson isn’t the type of person who volunteers for a short time and then goes onto something else. Lawson, a hair...

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Meridian Health Hosts ‘Little Things’ with Giuliana and Bill Rancic

Meridian Health will present “Little Things: An Evening with Giuliana and Bill Rancic” at the Algonquin Arts Theatre in Manasquan on May 4, as part of Paint the Town Pink,...

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No Sea Gulls’ Nest at Sandy Hook This Year

By John Burton SANDY HOOK – A trip to the beach at Gateway National Recreation Area at Sandy Hook for many means a trip to the Sea Gulls’ Nest restaurant...

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MB Students Getting Ready to Return

By John Burton MONMOUTH BEACH – It’s been a long five months and a tough balancing act for Superintendent Brian Farrell as he has worked to maintain a sense of...

April 26, 2013 | comments

“One-of-a-Kind’ Mansion is Transformed for Designer Show House

By Patti Martin For Greg Strand, growing up on the grounds of the historic Hartshorne Mansion was a young boy’s dream come true. Perched on the banks of the Shrewsbury...

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Little Things Can Be Life Changing

By Giuliana and Bill Rancic There are little things in life that we overlook regularly. In our haste to get through a busy day, we often don’t see that touch...

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Half-Dozen Rumson-Fair Haven Students Display Art Work in ‘6’

RUMSON – Those looking for a welcoming place that features fabulous original artwork may find that “6” is the number to keep in mind. The Guild of Creative Art in...

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About Town

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS James Genovese, director of Milestone Group, an Atlantic Highlands-based psychotherapy and counseling practice, is offering a free program about lowering stress at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18, at...

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Volunteers to Pour Into Highlands Saturday to Help Town Rebuild

By John Burton HIGHLANDS – Saturday is all about helping friends, fellow business owners and maybe total strangers who are in need after what Super Storm Sandy has wrought. That’s...

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May is the Month for Pink

By Michele J. Kuhn Meridian Health’s campaign fosters message of annual mammogram importance Paint the Town Pink, a 23-town, two-county effort to increase awareness of breast cancer detection – particularly...

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Volunteer Lawyers Lend a Hand to Sandy Victims

By John Burton HAZLET – Cathy Keenan and her colleagues see lots of people seeking legal assistance for Super Storm Sandy matters. They know the storm was only the beginning of...

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