Tag: Red Bank

Fate of Historic T. Thomas Fortune House Unsure

By John Burton RED BANK – The future of the historic T. Thomas Fortune House has yet to be settled, despite hope expressed last month by preservationists. The Vaccarelli family,...

October 15, 2015 | comments

GOP Challenges Democrats Record at Red Bank Debate

Photo and story by John Burton RED BANK–It was a traditional clash of parties and perspectives as the Democratic candidates went face-to-face with Republican challengers for the 19th annual Candidates...

October 8, 2015 | comments

Jetsun Cries Foul

By John Burton RED BANK – Jetsun Enterprises is pushing back against a borough official and the borough environmental commission about their opposition to their Marine Park proposal and may...

October 8, 2015 | comments

Donald Magee Dies

RED BANK – A memorial service will be held Wednesday for Donald E. Magee, 64, of Tinton Falls, who died Sunday at Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank. With his father, Don...

October 7, 2015 | comments

Helping Abused Children Recover

By Marion Lynch There are nearly three confirmed incidents of child sex abuse every day in New Jersey. These are not crimes committed by strangers, but by parents, guardians, family...

October 2, 2015 | comments

Escape Room Unlocks an Unusual Night Out in Red Bank

By Madelynne Kislovsky   RED BANK – An intriguing new kind of entertainment experience is coming to Red Bank. Trap Door Escape Room, a physical adventure game in which people...

October 2, 2015 | comments

Red Bank Candidates Square Off Thursday

By John Burton RED BANK – Thursday night borough voters will have the chance, as they have for nearly two decades, to size up those seeking to govern and possibly...

October 1, 2015 | comments

Exchange Students Learn Our Culture from Red Bank Tour

By Madelynne Kislovsky RED BANK – Twenty-two graduate students from the People’s Republic of China attended a delegation visit and tour of Red Bank Monday to broaden their understanding of...

October 1, 2015 | comments

Atlantic Highlands Deacon Humbled Serving in Pope’s Final American Mass

By Muriel J. Smith PHILADELPHIA – “It was like nothing else I have ever experienced before!” That’s the only way Deacon Robert Johnson of Atlantic Highlands could describe his emotions...

October 1, 2015 | comments

Hurricane Joaquin Could Impact New Jersey

Oct. 1: Gov. Chris Christie has declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm, which is now a Category 4 storm. Sept. 29 – Monmouth County residents are watching...

October 1, 2015 | comments

Bauer’s Brief Encounter With Pope

By John Burton Virginia Bauer has met many of the famous and traveled in rarified circles in her years in business and government and as an advocate for 9/11 victims....

October 1, 2015 | comments

Issues Still In The News 25 Years Later

By John Burton When you look back 25 years, when the Two River Times was first launched, challenging the supremacy that daily newspapers had in providing the area’s news, readers...

September 26, 2015 | comments

Multiple Faiths Rally For Justice, Climate Change

By John Burton RED BANK –
Different faiths, different religions but one message—we must work to save our planet. “I never protested in the ’60s,” said Judy Reichard, a Manalapan resident....

September 25, 2015 | comments

Crossroads Forum Moves Problems Toward Solutions

RED BANK – Real strides have been made and more are in the future to make roads safer in the Two River area for pedestrians and cyclists. “We’ve gotten a...

September 24, 2015 | comments

Malaspina, Rose Age: 104, Red Bank

An amazing woman, Rose Malaspina, peacefully went home to be with the Lord on Monday, August 18 at The Wexford Assisted Living in Spring Lake. Her peaceful passing was God’s...

September 23, 2015 | comments

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