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Bridge Closing Is A Bear For Some AH Restaurants

  Customers deterred by detours, risk of traffic stops, owners say By John Burton ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The closing of the Oceanic Bridge is causing headaches for a number of...

December 9, 2011 | comments

A Bus Stop That’s Just the Ticket in Sea Bright

By Eileen Moon SEA BRIGHT – Waiting for the bus in Sea Bright is a lot more fun than it used to be thanks to the talents of Monmouth Beach...

December 8, 2011 | comments

SB Man Takes on 24 Hour Run for Justin

SEA BRIGHT – Borough business owner John Cioffoletti has big plans for New Year’s Eve, but they don’t involve dining, dancing or drinking champagne at midnight. Instead, Cioffoletti will be...

December 8, 2011 | comments

RB Police Seek Suspect In Sexual Assault

RED BANK – Borough police are searching for Braulio Zeteno-Tiro, a 29-year-old borough resident who is wanted in connection with a sexual assault on an adult female that took place...

December 5, 2011 | comments

Nursing Scholarships Awarded At Bayshore

Four Bayshore Community Hospital staff members, either pursing baccalaureate distinction in nursing or interested in pursuing a career in the nursing field, were recently awarded the 2011 Harry M. Poppick,...

December 2, 2011 | comments

The Christmas Tree: A tradition rooted in New Jersey

By Sharon Hazard WHO WOULD HAVE guessed that a symbol of love and peace had its American origins during time of war and in the state of New Jersey? The...

December 1, 2011 | comments

Hoping For The Trickle-Down at Lunchbreak

RED BANK — Gwendolyn Love, executive director for Lunch Break soup kitchen and food pantry, was guarded but hopeful when she was informed this week that some additional state funding would...

December 1, 2011 | comments

Croydon Hall Memorial Recalls “An Extraordinary Person”

By Eileen Moon   MIDDLETOWN – Colleen Piano has many happy memories of her son, Daniel’s growing up years in Leonardo. “He was a special kid,” she said recently, recalling...

December 1, 2011 | comments

Middletown Snow Removal Regulations Enhanced

TO ENSURE THE safety of Middletown’s school children and pedestrians, the Township Committee has added some teeth to the Township’s snow removal ordinances. The amount of time property owners have...

December 1, 2011 | comments

Louise Harrison: Keeping the Music Alive

Louise Harrison, older sister of the late Beatle George Harrison, is working to Help Keep Music Alive—the music her brother spent his life creating. Today, Harrison’s music is being learned...

December 1, 2011 | comments

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