Category: News

Middletown Residents Sue Township Over Redevelopment Process

By Jay Cook | MIDDLETOWN – A contingent of residents distressed about how 150-plus acres of land along Route 35 could be developed have taken a legal step they hope...

March 21, 2018 | comments

Schools Take Action In Wake Of New Vaping Findings

By Chris Rotolo | A recent study on electronic cigarettes and vaping devices indicates that users of these products are exposing themselves to cancer-causing toxins, and the report is eliciting...

March 21, 2018 | comments

This Time Of Year The Pipes Are Calling At CBA

By Mary Ann Bourbeau | LINCROFT – Brother Frank Byrne is Irish through and through. His family came to the United States from the Emerald Isle in the 1840s. Byrne...

March 20, 2018 | comments

Letter: A Unique Red Bank Story, The T. Thomas Fortune House

Contributed by D. Robin Blair | I appreciate The Two River Times front page article of March 1-8, “Opening This Fall: Tribute to Overlooked Red Bank Legend.” T. Thomas Fortune...

March 20, 2018 | comments

Judge Zaps $111M High Voltage Power Line Project

By Jay Cook | An administrative law judge rendered a searing decision on Jersey Central Power & Light’s proposal to build a controversial, high-voltage transmission line project through five Monmouth...

March 20, 2018 | comments

Little Silver Mayor Goes Live on Facebook

By Chris Rotolo | LITTLE SILVER – Monday evening Mayor Robert Neff sat in front of his laptop in a vacant municipal courtroom, fully engaged in an official Q&A session...

March 19, 2018 | comments

Students Walk Out To Remember Victims, Plead For Change

By Jay Cook and Chris Rotolo | RED BANK – Armed only with their First Amendment rights and carrying their personal pleas on signs, a significant number of students walked...

March 19, 2018 | comments

History Winds Through Rumson’s Roads

By Rick Geffken | From the Rumson County Club to Jumping Point, Rumson Road’s mix of luxurious homes, lush landscapes and river views are unparalleled. This gently curving thoroughfare was...

March 18, 2018 | comments

Portrait of a Rumson Artist

By Bernadette Hogan | RUMSON – For artist Lori Oakes a backyard shed is not a place to store things. It’s a place to make things. Inside her little outbuilding...

March 17, 2018 | comments

Care of Holmes-Hendrickson House To Be Transferred to Park System

By Rick Geffken | HOLMDEL – Imagine for a moment that Garret Hendrickson, who died in 1801, reappeared inside his extant farmhouse in Holmdel. Hendrickson would feel, well, right at...

March 17, 2018 | comments

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