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Peppering the Palate on Monmouth Street

By John Burton RED BANK – Monmouth Street has developed a world of flavors. From pizza to Mexican food, with sushi, Asian fusion and good ol’ American hot dogs and...

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Stone Church Hosts Jersey Shore Food History Talk

Stone Church Hosts Jersey Shore Food History Talk NAVESINK – All Saints’ Memorial Church, 202 Navesink Ave., is holding a Victorian Tea and Talk with Karen Schnitzpahn, author of book...

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Oratorio Choir Sings Haydn’s ‘Lord Nelson’ Mass

RED BANK – Joseph Haydn’s famous “Missa in Angustiis” (“Mass for Troubled Times”) will be presented by the Oratorio Choir at 7 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at the First Presbyterian...

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About Town for Feb. 28 – March 7

ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS A monthly support group, Supporting Parents of Special Needs Children, will meet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 6. The group will address the emotional needs of...

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Fair Haven Continues to Study All-Day Kindergarten

By John Burton FAIR HAVEN – Public school officials would like to have a full-day kindergarten program – and so would a number of parents. But, adding the program is...

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Red Bank Community Garden Kicks Off Season

RED BANK– The Red Bank Community Garden is growing into its second year and the community is looking forward to a jam-packed 2014 growing season full of educational and inspirational...

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Plans in Works to Extend Sea Bright Sea Wall

By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – Plans are in the works to repair the borough’s sea wall and fill in the 1,000-foot gap in the downtown business district. The wall...

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Oasis TLC to Hold One-of-a-Kind Art Show

MIDDLETOWN – Oasis TLC organization is holding an art show from 3:30 to 6 p.m. March 2, at the Beauregard Gallery in Rumson. Artists will be there to sign their...

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Fair Haven Pond Discussed

Resident thinks town ownership bad idea By John Burton FAIR HAVEN – A resident would like borough officials to look a likely gift horse in the mouth. Ruth Blaser is...

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Holmdel School Board Appoints Assistant Superintendent

HOLMDEL – The Holmdel Township Board of Education has appointed Dr. Robert McGarry as assistant superintendent, curriculum and instruction. McGarry, whose appointment began Monday, Feb. 24, began his career as a...

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