Tag: Atlantic Highlands

Renowned Chef Opens Ice Cream Shop In Atlantic Highlands

By Chris Rotolo | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The sidewalk was buzzing on Friday afternoon as people lined up to sample a treat at the borough’s newest ice cream store. Nicholas...

June 8, 2018 | comments

Strauss Mansion To Preserve A Piece Of History

By Chris Rotolo | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Residents of Two River communities are surrounded by history, like the Strauss Mansion, perched atop East Mount Avenue since 1893. Constructed as the...

June 7, 2018 | comments

1st Avenue Pizza Owner Serves Up Humble Pie

By Chris Rotolo |  ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Delayed openings, early closings and unfilled orders are not the trademarks of a successful business. The owner of 1st Avenue Pizza, Ben Lonza, admits...

June 1, 2018 | comments

Curbing Feral Cats in Highlands

By Jay Cook | HIGHLANDS – Debralee Lang tiptoed through a barren Honeysuckle Lodge on Cedar Street, poking her head underneath a number of vacant, summertime bungalows while also peering...

April 24, 2018 | comments

Affordable Housing Dispute Boils Over In Atlantic Highlands

By Chris Rotolo | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – An affordable housing dispute in Atlantic Highlands has left some residents feeling frustrated and helpless. Following advice by the mayor and town council...

April 23, 2018 | comments

The Many Arts Of Atlantic Highlands

By Gretchen C. Van Benthuysen | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – There’s a lot of culture packed into this small town and much of it can be found on First Avenue. The First...

April 20, 2018 | comments

Iconic Filmmaker Kevin Smith Comes Home To Support FilmOneFest

By Chris Rotolo | ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – If a kid from Highlands who worked at the Quick Stop can make it, so can you. It’s a sentiment that local icon...

April 17, 2018 | comments

A Closer Look At The Water Bill

Commentary contributed by Dave Brackett | Have you ever wondered why your water bill seems so high, and more importantly, stays amazingly constant but occasionally dramatically higher? Isn’t it interesting...

April 9, 2018 | comments

Garden Clippings: Bus Trips, Community Garden Plots

By Michaela Boneva | The Master Gardeners of Monmouth County will award scholarships of up to $2,000 to two Monmouth County high school seniors who plan to study agriculture-related fields...

March 26, 2018 | comments

Red Bank Boro Schools Lash Out Over Latest State Aid Numbers

By Jay Cook | RED BANK – In his inaugural budget address last week, Gov. Phil Murphy proposed an increase of $283.6 million in state “formula” aid that goes directly...

March 26, 2018 | comments

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