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Articles Posted October 2011

  • Safer Teen Driving Initiative

    To The Editor: A new, first-in-the-nation education initiative designed to help high school coaches make student athletes aware of the New Jersey Graduated Driver License (GDL) program has been unveiled by the NJSIAA (New Jersey…

  • No High Bridge

    HEAD: No High Bridge To The Editor: We do not need a high bridge to entertain the small number of giant boats on the west end of the Navesink. Kindly ask those boaters to keep…

  • A Debt to Dr. King

    To The Editor: Sunday’s dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial in Washington, D.C. was to coincide with the 48th anniversary of the historic March on Washington and King’s famed “I Have a…

  • The recent makeover at the Y included the addition of child-size workout equipment to keep the younger set in shape.

    Red Bank Y Shows Off Newly Renovated Facility at Open House

    By John Burton RED BANK — The public was invited to see the results of the Community YMCA’s long planned, multi-million dollar makeover during an open house at their newly renovated facility at 166 Maple…

  • First Presbyterian To Host Fall Festival in AH

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The Deacons of the First Presbyterian Church will stage the church’s annual Fall Festival after Sunday’s 10 a.m. worship service. Apple and pumpkin baked goods will be sold and there will be…

  • Township Committee Thanks 9-11 Volunteers

    MIDDLETOWN – The Mayor and Township Committee made a special presentation at the October meeting to thank everyone who helped the community commemorate the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center tragedy. The Middletown 9/11…

  • Tears, Smiles Mark Marines Homecoming

    By John Burton RED BANK — The sense of anticipation was palpable, as families and other loved ones gathered at the Monmouth Armed Forces Reserve Center last Thursday to await the arrival of their loved…

  • Custom tailor Michael Duru creates made-to-measure attire for men and women in his store at 685 Broad St. in Shrewsbury. His grandfather was a tailor in Turkey before the family emigrated to the United States.

    Custom Made Clothes Make The Man

    Custom tailor Michael Duru creates made-to-measure attire for men and women in his store at 685 Broad St. in Shrewsbury. His grandfather was a tailor in Turkey before the family emigrated to the United States.Vinnie…

  • Sea Bright Candidate Wants Town Forum

    By Alison Bitterly SEA BRIGHT -At Tuesday night’s Borough Council meeting, mayoral candidate Chris Sandel offered a suggestion to the town council: that they host a town forum-style event in which members of the community…

  • Council Candidate Arrested on Theft Warrant

    By John Burton HIGHLANDS — Art Gallagher, a Borough Council candidate in next month’s election, political blogger and local businessman, was arrested last Friday for an out of state warrant alleging a theft of more…