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One, Two Three, Fore!

  By John Burton TINTON FALLS – While, none of the participants were ready to take on Tiger Woods just yet, a little putting practice fun seemed to suit them...

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Parents, Students with Pluck Working to ‘Keep the Music Alive’

By John Burton RED BANK – The sound of young aspiring musicians, drawing their bows across the strings of the violins and cellos, will again be heard in the Red...

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From Show Biz to Seafood: New restaurateur brings tasty seafood to Sea Bright

By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – It’s show time again for Paul Diomede. This time, instead of facing a camera, it’s now all about hungry diners and preparing lobster and...

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LaFitte Foundation Raises $375,000 For Court-Appointed Advocates

BRIELLE – Charles Lafitte Foundation (CLF) raised $375,000 for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Jersey, this year’s beneficiary, of its 11th Annual Charity Golf Classic. The event was...

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Oceanport Officials Voice Opposition to Crematory Proposal

By John Burton OCEANPORT – Borough officials are fuming over a proposal to build a crematory at a cemetery in town and that they likely have little say in the...

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Skating Through the Summer

By Kathleen Alvarez MIDDLETOWN – While most people pack up their winter clothes for the summer, dedicated figure skaters make the transition from flip-flops to winter socks every day. And...

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Rumage: ‘Making Sure Every Kid Learns’

By John Burton RED BANK– Though borough schools have been quiet with students and much of the staff gone for the summer, it’s still a very busy time for Jared...

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American Legion Post Supports Operation Beachhead

RED BANK  – The American Legion Post 168 announced its gift of $2,000 to Operation Beachhead, a unique 501c/3 nonprofit organization that provides veterans, troops, and the disabled opportunities for...

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Upswing in Rabies Cases Seen in Middletown

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – There is a positive side for the rash of rabies alerts the township has had over the last few months, said Richard DeBenedetto, director of...

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Local Runners Set for 5K to Benefit Twin Lights

HIGHLANDS – For thousands of visitors to the Jersey Shore, taking in the sweeping sunset vistas offered by the Twin Lights is the perfect conclusion to a summer afternoon but...

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