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Students Create Cartoon Characters to Raise Awareness of Gender Stereotypes

Fair Haven – Students in grades 1 – 5 from across Monmouth County were invited to submit their original drawings and stories into the “If You Can See It, You...

June 12, 2015 | comments

High School Girl Collects 300 Dresses For 8th Graders in Need

With the increasing number of formal events for eighth graders and the growing price and extravagance of the dresses that girls wear, it can get overwhelming for a family to buy...

June 12, 2015 | comments

Friels Win Their Second Full Moon Regatta

Bernard Friel, Rumson, sailing with wife Andreé won four of five races to capture their second Flying Scot Full Moon Regatta June 6 at the Monmouth Boat Club. The Friels,...

June 12, 2015 | comments

Schultz’ MS Fundraiser at Count Basie Saturday

It didn’t seem like much at first – a little numbness in his foot. But in looking back, it marked a turning point in Steven Schultz’s life. Now, as he...

June 12, 2015 | comments

With Summer Volunteer Spots Filled, SPUR Taking Names For The Fall

LINCROFT, New Jersey – After a long career as an Internal Revenue Service agent, Les Neiman, 62, of Belford, decided it was time for something different. “I retired and was...

June 11, 2015 | comments

Little Silver Seeks To Replace Cellphone Tower

The Borough Council will be asking wireless providers, “Can you hear me now?” as it looks to partner for a new communications tower that would also provide additional cell service....

June 11, 2015 | comments

Monmouth Boat Club Favors Plan To Refurbish Clay Courts

RED BANK – The Monmouth Boat Club, which has occupied the same site on the Navesink River for 140 years, is standing behind a proposal to renovate the damaged clay...

June 11, 2015 | comments

Legislation May Permit Return of Oyster Beds to NJ Waters

Companion Legislation in both chambers in Trenton would again allow for man-made oyster beds in area waters despite concerns from the state’s environmental agency. The bills, both out of their...

June 11, 2015 | comments

Douty Captures Two National Title Crowns

Forgive Megan Douty for sporting a surprised, dazed look.
The former Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School standout helped the University of Maryland women’s lacrosse team win its second straight NCAA Division I...

June 7, 2015 | comments

Fate of Marine Park Aired

RED BANK – The public was given its turn to ask questions about the fate of the site of the now unusable clay tennis courts on Union Street next to...

June 7, 2015 | comments

Lost Power and Disruption at Atlantic Highlands Primary

Atlantic Highlands – “In 11 years as borough clerk, I have never seen anything like this in a primary,” said Borough Clerk Dwayne Harris, in re-counting for The Two River...

June 7, 2015 | comments

Ed Asner Narrates Twin Lights Documentary

Highlands– The Twin Lights Historical Society, the friends group associated with the lighthouse, is putting the finishing touches on two long-term projects: a video documentary entitled “You Heard It Here...

June 7, 2015 | comments

Archibald Wins Atlantic Highlands’s First Boro-Contested Primary

Atlantic Highlands – With a stunning 65 percent of GOP registered voters in the borough turning out Tuesday, Councilman Jack Archibald easily won the Republican nomination for Mayor in the...

June 7, 2015 | comments

Not A Surprise: American Pharoah Wins Belmont and Triple Crown

By Art Petrosemolo | I have been a thoroughbred race fan for what seems forever. My dad took me to Lincoln Downs and Narragansett in Rhode Island in the 1950s,...

June 7, 2015 | comments

Monmouth Park Photographer Bill Denver Was There

Bill Denver of Shrewsbury has been taking thoroughbred photos (Equi-Photo, Inc) since 1983 when he started as Jim Raffery’s assistant at Monmouth Park. So when Denver says the Belmont was...

June 7, 2015 | comments

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