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Town Journal for the Week of Nov. 14

Fair Haven Resident Earns Girl Scout Gold Award FAIR HAVEN – Ginger Wardell, a senior at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, recently completed the esteemed Gold Award. Wardell, who has...

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Raising a Well-Bred Puppy

  Rumson woman cares for dog who can help disabled   Story and photos by John Burton RUMSON – Linda Babeuf has taken in Kostecki as a member of the family....

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Celebrating a Milestone

    Red Bank Antique Center’s Turns 50 Story and photos by John Burton RED BANK – Half a century ago, Guy Johnson’s mother had an idea for selling antiques and...

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Getting a Charge Out of Red Bank

    Story and photo by John Burton By John Burton RED BANK – The borough is going electric, sort of. The borough recently established its first publicly accessible electric charging...

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Borough of Rumson Honors Veterans

RUMSON – Veterans and members of the community were on hand Tuesday, Nov. 11 at Victory Park for a ceremony to honor those who have served our are serving our...

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Trinity Hall Pleased with Planning Board Reversal

By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – The township planning board may have handed Trinity Hall a huge win but the final chapter in the school’s controversial construction plan may not have...

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Little Silver Becomes Home to Blue Star Marker

    Story and photo by Heather Muh LITTLE SILVER – New Jersey’s 34th Blue Star monument was unveiled by the Little Silver Garden Club during a Veterans Day ceremony...

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AH Shade Tree Commission Honors Hawley

  ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The borough’s Shade Tree Commission has planted a tree in honor of the late Joseph B. Hawley. Commission Vice Chairman Marilyn Scherfen officiated at the planting of a...

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MCF Brings Nature in Art to the Oyster Point Hotel

  RED BANK – “Art in Nature/Nature in Art,” a collection of nature-inspired art presented by The Monmouth Conservation Foundation, brought out artists, art lovers and supporters to its opening...

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Assistance Sought for Annual Holiday Giving Drive

  LONG BRANCH – With the holidays fast approaching, Family & Children’s Service (FCS), Monmouth County’s oldest nonprofit social service agency, is asking area residents for help in granting the holiday...

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Monmouth County Online Auction Nets $94,000

  FREEHOLD – The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders has announced that the fall Monmouth County surplus auction generated $94,815, bringing the combined total of the county’s online surplus...

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Littoral Society Holds Lunch and Learn Series

  The American Littoral Society is planning a series of four Saturday lectures as part of its Lunch and Learn series beginning Dec. 6. In partnership with Langosta Lounge in Asbury...

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Audubon Society Plans Sandy Hook Bird Walk

  SANDY HOOK– The Monmouth County Audubon Society will host a bird walk on Sandy Hook on Saturday, Dec. 6, that could feature such birds as snow buntings, northern harriers,...

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NJ’s Shipwrecks to be Discussed at Brookdale

  LINCROFT – Dan Lieb, president of the New Jersey Historical Divers’ Association, will discuss his organization’s archeological explorations of shipwrecks off the New Jersey coast at 6 p.m. Monday,...

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Monmouth U to Present ‘Back from the Brink: How Middle East Can Save Itself’

  WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University’s Institute for Global Understanding will present “Back from the Brink: How Middle East Can Save Itself,” by Hussein Ibish, Ph.D. at 1 p.m....

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