Tag: Shrewsbury

Council Moves To Shore Up Historic Wardell House

By John Burton SHREWSBURY – While the Borough Council considers what to do with the historic Wardell House, something has to be done to keep it from deteriorating any further....

August 14, 2016 | comments

Ethnic Eats in the Two River Area

By Allison M. Perrine. Photo by Anthony V. Cosentino If you’re looking to experience cultural cuisines but may not be able to afford the time or money for international travel,...

June 30, 2016 | comments

From Assemblies to Chromebooks, Parent Volunteers Help Schools Fill In the Gaps

By Amy Byrnes What do you get at the end of the school year when you add up all those book fairs, Box Tops and ladies’ nights out that countless...

June 27, 2016 | comments

Budding Opera Stars Perform at Mastro Montessori

Shrewsbury – On April 15, students of the Mastro Montessori Academy performed the opera “Harlequin” for an appreciative audience of family and friends. Performers ranged from 5 to 12 years old....

May 12, 2016 | comments

Local Chef To Compete in Food Network’s ‘Chopped’

RED BANK – Ever since her first job at 15 at a Sea Bright restaurant, Lauren Van Liew knew food would be her life’s work. In fact, the 32-year old catering...

May 5, 2016 | comments

Two Who Left Shrewsbury A Better Place

By John Burton  SHREWSBURY –  With the planting of a tree and placing of a bench plaque, the borough honored two citizens whose efforts contributed to the borough’s quality of...

April 28, 2016 | comments

Age Does Not Slow Shrewsbury Woman

Carlotta Niles, 102, Is Just Back From Safari by John Burton SHREWSBURY – Members of the Maasai in Kenya, Africa, bestowed a name on Carlotta Niles when she visited their...

March 31, 2016 | comments

Mayors Cast Wishes For 2016

By John Burton As we look ahead to 2016, we take stock on our lives and often make those resolutions to better ourselves. We say we’re going to lose weight,...

January 8, 2016 | comments

Family Resource Associates Gives Hope And Help To Families

by Gretchen C. Van Benthuysen Nearly 30 years ago Maire Merritt gave birth to her second daughter, Eileen, who has Down syndrome. “I knew nothing about Down syndrome or cognitive...

December 22, 2015 | comments

Shoppers Flock to New International Import Store

By Christina Johnson SHREWSBURY – Cost Plus World Market, a newly opened shopping emporium on shop-studded Broad Street has been luring a large number of holiday shoppers since opening Dec....

December 17, 2015 | comments

Improvements Planned For Shrewsbury’s Manson Park

By John Burton SHREWSBURY – Expect to see some changes to the borough’s Manson Park in 2016. The Borough Council plans to take advantage of a county-awarded $104,000 grant to...

December 14, 2015 | comments

Historic Four Corners Lantern Tour

The annual Historic Four Corners Lantern Tour will be held Friday, Dec. 4 at 6 and 8 p.m. with reservations now available for the space limited event. The annual event...

November 27, 2015 | comments

Shrewsbury Celebrates Its History

SHREWSBURY – In celebration of the 350th anniversary of New Jersey and the upcoming 70th anniversary of the borough, the Shrewsbury Historical Society announced the publication of “The Story of...

November 20, 2015 | comments

Shrewsbury Mayor In Paris During Attacks

Deafening silence in his beloved city By John Burton It was a terrible ending to their French vacation for Mayor Donald Burden and his wife, Mary Lea, one which included...

November 19, 2015 | comments

Lyristis Family Brings Greek Fare to Shrewsbury

SHREWSBURY– Tuesday was opening day for Greek Eats, a new eatery on Newman Springs Road. The restaurant was filled with sunlight, the spicy aroma of sizzling gyro and the chatter of...

November 18, 2015 | comments

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