Tag: Fair Haven

Marine Sanctuary Proposal Quietly Recedes

Story and photo by Joseph Sapia A proposal asking the federal government to declare Sandy Hook Bay and part of its watershed a national marine sanctuary is no longer active....

December 14, 2016 | comments

Rumson-Fair Haven Graduate Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

By Elizabeth Wulfhorst FAIR HAVEN – Laura Courchesne, a 2013 graduate of Rumson-Fair Haven High School, can add another feather to her cap: Rhodes Scholar. On Saturday, Courchesne was one...

December 1, 2016 | comments

Fall Signing Day Recap

Congratulations to our local athletes who have signed national letters of intent to play their sport in their chosen college or university. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY CROSS COUNTRY & TRACK Drake...

November 18, 2016 | comments

Rally For the Navesink Seeks To Identify Source of Pollution

Story and photos by Joseph Sapia Since the Rally for the Navesink meetings started in late June, much of the talk has been about tracking down and rectifying sources of...

November 17, 2016 | comments

Historic Number of Bulldogs Sign the Dotted Line

  By Jay Cook RUMSON – Instead of the usual purple and white combination that Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School athletes display, a sea of multi-colored hats and t-shirts flooded...

November 16, 2016 | comments

RFH Upsets Holmdel To Gain CJ II Boys Soccer Finals

By Jim Hintelmann HOLMDEL – Rumson-Fair Haven Regional’s boys soccer team started the season slowly, but the Bulldogs picked a good time, to put things together. Rumson, winners of five...

November 10, 2016 | comments

Fair Haven Race Focuses On Quality of Life

By John Burton FAIR HAVEN – Two veteran Republican incumbents are seeking re-election on Nov. 8, but with competition coming from two Democratic challengers. Republican incumbents Jonathan Peters and Rowland...

November 7, 2016 | comments

Who Knew Bulldogs Could Surf?

By Jay Cook At the high school level, true passion comes out in its purest form. Teachers tirelessly perfect lesson plans, counselors familiarize themselves with students, and coaches teach for...

October 19, 2016 | comments

Dogs Employed To Help Track Source of Navesink Pollution

Story and Photos by Joseph Sapia The two dogs, working separately, stopped at the open manhole of a sanitary sewer on Fair Haven’s Linden Drive. Remi, a 3-year old female black...

October 13, 2016 | comments

Towns Seek Open Space Grant Funds For Public Projects

  By Joseph Sapia Twenty-three municipalities are competing for funds through the 2016 Monmouth County Municipal Open Space Grant Program. The money can be used in a variety of ways,...

October 2, 2016 | comments

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