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Student/Athletes Sign College Letters of Intent

RED BANK – Four Red Bank Catholic High School football players, who have been the cornerstone of four years of success, signed the collegiate letters of intent on National Signing...

February 14, 2014 | comments

All in the Family

By John Burton LITTLE SILVER – Opposites may attract, but for Peter and Elizabeth Giblin, it is their similarities and their desire to give to their community that brings them...

February 14, 2014 | comments

140 Years of Serving Others

The Community YMCA Begins Celebration of Milestone By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez RED BANK ­– The Y is not just a gym anymore. Over the past 140 years The Community YMCA...

February 14, 2014 | comments

County Board Reaffirms OK of Little Silver Winery

  By John Burton FREEHOLD – Monmouth County Agricultural Board has again voted to approve a controversial winery proposed for Little Silver. During the board’s Tuesday night meeting, it overwhelmingly...

February 14, 2014 | comments

Ugh, Not Again! Snow, Rain and More Snow …

The National Weather Service has upped the predicted snow accumulations for today’s snow storm. Snow could accumulate from 10 to 14 inches with about one-tenth of an inch of ice...

February 11, 2014 | comments

Bayshore Center Graduates First Hyperbaric Therapy Patient

HOLMDEL – The Center for Wound Healing at Bayshore Community Hospital has graduated its first hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBO) patient. When Theodore Brown of Neptune returned from his trip to...

February 9, 2014 | comments

30 Years of Hugs: Longtime Day Care Worker Retires

By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez RED BANK ­– Mary Boynton has been delivering hugs to children for three decades years. At nearly 84, Boynton, a familiar face around Monmouth Day Care...

February 7, 2014 | comments

Red Bank Launches Restaurant Week

By John Burton RED BANK – The owners of some borough eateries are hoping a special price will be an incentive to draw people out at night during part of...

February 7, 2014 | comments

Flood Protection Project Coming to Port Monmouth

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – A multimillion-dollar federal project, slated to begin in the coming months, could provide much needed flood protection for an area of the township hard hit...

February 7, 2014 | comments

Plan for Campus Meets Opposition from Neighbors: Trinity Hall looking to locate ...

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – While Trinity Hall, a girls high school, has plans to establish a permanent facility on a large plot of undeveloped property on Chapel Hill Road,...

February 7, 2014 | comments

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