Garrett Sickels Named To All-American Bowl

By Ryan Fennell Red Bank – When Red Bank Regional senior Garrett Sickels was 11-years old he was watching the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on television and told his parents...

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Letters and Commentary

Fight to Prevent the Loss of Women’s Reproductive Rights To the Editor: This great-grandmother remembers the day when there were few forms of birth control and abortion was something secretly...

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Lifelong Resident Named New Shrewsbury Police Chief

By John Burton SHREWSBURY – Louis G. Ferraro, a more than two-decade veteran of the borough police department, has been made the new police chief. Ferraro, 44, has been serving as...

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Scene On Film: ‘Trouble with the Curve’

By Joan Ellis Would tolerance have come more easily if Trouble with the Curve had been released before instead of after the ordeal of watching Clint Eastwood talk to an...

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Pool Named for Ranney School Teacher

By Michele J. Kuhn TINTON FALLS – Emmett Walling is a much beloved part of the Ranney School community and now he has an aquatic center named after him to...

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Ah, Nuts!

By Michele J. Kuhn   Barnacle Bill’s ends tradition of serving peanuts   RUMSON – It’s true. Barnacle Bill really did toss Mr. Peanut from his bar – and dining room....

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Monmouth Boat Club Elects 2012 Officers and Supervisors

RED BANK – Monmouth Boat Club’s incoming commodore and vice commodore know the club well. Commodore-elect Skip Bugbee’s family joined MBC in the 1960s while Pat Corr’s family has been members...

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Anchors Aweigh!

MIDDLETOWN – The New School of Monmouth County held its 19th Annual Boat Day event Friday, Oct. 5, at the Spy House Beach in Port Monmouth. Each year the children from...

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24-Unit Building Planned for Mechanic Street

By John Burton RED BANK – A long delayed project intended for Mechanic Street will move forward but different than first proposed. Riverwalk Commons Red Bank LLC, which first won...

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Skywatch For The Week Of October 12-19, 2012

By Flo Higgins Anyone celebrating a birthday this week was born on the cusp of Libra and Scorpio and face the challenge of combining two totally different energies together. For...

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Vieques Discovered

By Linda McK.Stewart “Undiscovered.” When speaking of destinations, isn’t that the one word that unfailingly quickens our imaginations? But if, as time and budgets so often oblige us, we must confine...

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Business Beat

Atkinson Joins Gloria Nilson Realtors M’town Office   MIDDLETOWN – Gloria Nilson, REALTORS®, Real Living welcomed Graeme Atkinson to the Middletown office as a broker/sales associate. Atkinson brings 19 years...

October 8, 2012 | comments

Skywatch For The Week Of October 5-12, 2012

By Flo Higgins The well-known psychiatrist Alfred Adler, who was born in Vienna, believed that man is motivated primarily by social urges. That label certainly fits the Libra. This Venus-ruled sign...

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Scene On Film: ‘The Master’

By Joan Ellis At the risk of being consigned to the dustbin, I will tell you about The Master, a movie Rolling Stone – among others – has called “a...

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Monmouth Arts to Hold Masquerade Ball

RED BANK – Monmouth Arts will hold its first Phantom of the Arts Masquerade Ball at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18, at Trinity Restaurant & Lounge, Keyport. The creative talents...

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Notes From Nicholas: Bordeaux: ‘When It’s Great, There’s Nothing Better’

By Nicholas Harary The restaurant business is an industry driven by trends. “Farm to table” is the latest rage; it seems like every new restaurant in the last couple of...

October 8, 2012 | comments

‘Change the Conversation’ Body Image Discussed at Monmouth University

WEST LONG BRANCH – Monmouth University is pleased to present the Diane Gooch Distinguished Visiting Lecture “Fasting Girls: Then and Now” with a question-and-answer session delivered by Cornell Professor Emerita...

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Letters and Commentary

Public Invited to Blue Mass to Honor Law Enforcement, Emergency Workers To the Editor: Although I am retired from active service with the Middletown Township Police Department, I am still...

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Peter Novello, Area Philanthropist, Dies at 58

By Rick Malwitz   Peter Jon Novello, who used knowledge gained as a successful businessman to provide financial guidance for schools, hospitals and com­­munity groups in Mon­mouth County, died Sunday...

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Sea Bright Approves Cost for Beach Project

By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – After more than an hour of discussion and comments by the public, the borough council approved a $1.7 million bonding ordinance for its share of a...

October 8, 2012 | comments

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