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Staying Cool in Red Bank During Peak Summer Heat

Fresh water stations are spread out in town as part of an initiative to keep residents and visitors hydrated and cool...

Race Talk: The Evolution of Black Freedom in America

You may know that on June 19, 1865, Black slaves in Texas were freed when federal troops arrived in Galveston and marked the day that is now known as Juneteenth. But how free were they really?

Native American Culture Is Alive in the Two River Area

The Two River area is awash in Native American culture, as speakers Claire Garland and Lorraine Stone discussed at the Red Bank Public Library's latest installment of its Let's Talk About Race program.

Building a Better Beach Chair

Red Bank resident Brenton Hutchinson’s company, LowTides Ocean Products, uses upcycled plastic recovered from coastal areas to create beach chairs, offered...

Red Bank Springs Into Summer With Flower-Lined Streets

It takes a team of borough workers and horticulture fans to help beautify Red Bank. Bottom row, from left: Doug Lynch;...

On Memorial Day at a Forgotten Cemetery, Black Civil War Veterans...

Rob and Keith Shomo at the Cedar View Cemetery gravesite of their second great-grand uncle, Silas Reeves Jr., a U.S. Colored...


The Red Bank Public Library is now offering flower, herb and vegetable seeds to patrons for free as another way to provide service to the community.

Red Bank Considers Change in Form of Government

Red Bank officials unanimously support a plan that could potentially change the borough’s existing form of government.

Latest Library Race Program Discusses What It Means To Be American

What does it mean to be America? The Red Bank Public Library's latest virtual session of its Lets Talk About Race program addressed that very question.

Council Takes Steps to Rebuild Red Bank Senior Center

The borough council and redevelopment agency are supporting a plan to rebuild the Red Bank Senior Center in its current location,...


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