Category: News

Red Bank Mayor Fights for Pet Protection

RED BANK – Pets certainly deserve our protection and Red Bank’s mayor is making that a priority, winning support from Sen. Jennifer Beck. “There has to be a recognition that...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Hazardous Crosswalks: Walkers Share Collision Tales

FOR PEDESTRIANS and cyclists, keeping safe in Red Bank can be a challenge. Two years ago in July, Sara Rothfuss, who lives and works in Red Bank, was on her...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Mater Dei Prep Grateful for Quality Coverage

To The Editor: Thank you. We at Mater Dei are grateful for TRT casting a positive light on our situation. We live in a time where the media looks for...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Where Are All The Bike Lanes?

Letter to the Editor I’m a new resident of Red Bank, having moved here at the end of last year. I’m enthusiastic about being here but the first thing I...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Reader Congratulates TRT on Vibrant Paper

To The Editor: I would like to congratulate you on bringing The Two River Times back to life! Recently, the paper has many more and very interesting stories about community...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Historic Gift Preserves Colts Neck's Past For Its Future

COLTS NECK – The Colts Neck Historic Preservation Committee has now taken over stewardship of the township’s treasured six, one-room schoolhouses. The committee will begin its work with a $52,120...

April 3, 2015 | comments

County Privatizing Nursing Homes; Residents and Staff Concerned

Monmouth County Freeholder Thomas A. Arnone hopes if all proceeds as he hopes, the county will no longer be operating nursing care facilities. Residents and employees have other hopes and...

April 3, 2015 | comments

Brush Fire Burns Several Acres in Middletown

A large brush fire, driven by wind, kept firefighters busy Wednesday afternoon in an area between Pews creek and Raynor Avenue in North Middletown. Two firefighters were treated for minor injuries at the...

April 1, 2015 | comments

Ambulance Hits Pedestrian in Red Bank

A MONOC ambulance was traveling north on Broad Street in Red Bank when it struck a pedestrian crossing the street against the light, at Monmouth Street. The pedestrian, Thomas Thatcher, 66, of...

April 1, 2015 | comments

Seraphs Fund Committee

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March 27, 2015 | comments

Shore Conference Boys Volleyball Has Come a Long Way in 15 Years

MANAHAWKIN – When you mention volleyball to most Jersey Shore residents it conjures up the thought of ultra-tan men and women romping through the sand on a sunny, 85-degree humid...

March 27, 2015 | comments

Monmouth U Baseball Rounding Into Form

[singlepic id=1079 w= h= float=none] WEST LONG BRANCH – After a brutal season-opening southern swing against three NCAA DI top-25 teams, including No.24 Dallas Baptist (17-2), No.20 Florida Atlantic (20-3)...

March 27, 2015 | comments

The Little School That Could

[singlepic id=1076 w= h= float=none] There was no evidence of controversy when one of Mater Dei’s most famous graduates, Brian Williams, and his wife Jane Stoddard, attended the Save the...

March 27, 2015 | comments

Historic Chimney Looking for Home

HIGHLANDS – The Highlands Historical Society, acknowledging that the double problems of insufficient time and money make their original plan virtually impossible, have come up with an alternate way to...

March 27, 2015 | comments

Fair Haven Cycling Safety on the Fast Track

Editor’s note: Fair Haven has joined the Crossroads Editorial effort for greater pedestrian and cyclist safety FAIR HAVEN – Mayor Benjamin Lucarelli is pedaling hard to improve cycling safety. Lucarelli,...

March 27, 2015 | comments

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