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Foundation to Save Jersey Shore Continues Work Two-Years Post-Sandy

  By John Burton Two years after Super Storm Sandy came ashore, the rebuilding and the need continues with representatives of the Foundation to Save the Jersey Shore saying they’ll...

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RBR Seniors See the Real Faces of Addiction

  LITTLE SILVER – Members of the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s office has been traversing Monmouth County for the past two years sounding the alarm to communities of the heroin addiction,...

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Bishop to Speak on Religion in Public Life at Monmouth U

  WEST LONG BRANCH – Bishop David M. O’Connell will speak at a Religion in Public Life symposium at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 6, at Monmouth University. Hosted by the...

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One of ‘The Monuments Men’ to Speak at Congregation B’nai Israel

  RUMSON – Congregation B’nai Israel (CBI) will host at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, Harry Ettlinger, one of the last surviving members of the World War II unit that...

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M’town Girl and Family Battle Leukemia

  By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – When her nearly 3-year-old daughter was diagnosed with leukemia two years ago, Andrea Verdone Gorsegner knew she had a mission. Actually two missions: The first...

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Monmouth U’s 15th Annual Big Event Bigger than Ever

  By Heather Muh WEST LONG BRANCH – The Big Event was aptly named. This year’s edition of  Monmouth University’s Big Event, the 15th annual, which is the university’s single...

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Holy Cross School ‘In the Pink’ for Charity

  RUMSON – There was method in the pink madness that swept Holy Cross School in Rumson. Flashes of pink could be seen on the uniforms of Holy Cross students,...

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RB Council Candidates Respond to TRT Questions

  By John Burton RED BANK – Borough voters will go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4 to elect a slate of candidates, sending to Washington, D.C., a U.S. senator...

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Court Rules Against NJ Natural Gas

By John Burton RED BANK – It was a win for the borough and Red Bank RiverCenter over NJ Natural Gas, but that doesn’t mean the winners will get their way....

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Parents Learn How Fair Haven Schools Are Creating Good Writers

  FAIR HAVEN – “When you think you’re done, you’ve just begun,” is the motto of the student Writer’s Workshops at Viola L. Sickles School in Fair Haven. While some...

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