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Articles Posted October 2011

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    FH Mayor Wants Rec Committee, Not Commission

    : By John Burton   FAIR HAVEN —  At a regular meeting of the borough governing body last Tuesday night, Mayor Michael Halfacre said he would like to have the borough’s Recreation Commission formally changed…

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    RB Firehouses in Need Of Repair

    By John Burton RED BANK — A borough councilman thinks it is time to spend the money for repairs to the borough owned firehouses. Councilman Arthur V. Murphy III, who serves as the council’s fire…

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    FH To Challenge Order To Reassess

      By John Burton     FAIR HAVEN — Local officials have decided to challenge a state order requiring reassessment of borough property. Borough Administrator Theresa Casagrande announced at Tuesday’s Borough Council meeting that the…

  • Brookdale’s 5K Helps Students Study Abroad

    -Brookdale’s 5K Helps Students Study Abroad By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez   Brookdale Community College’s International Education Advisory Committee is sponsoring the Brookdale 5K Run/Walk Challenge on Sunday, October 30, at 9 am, at Thompson Park…

  • AH Resident Honored for Volunteerism

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – Gerard (Jerry) Pandolfo has an unparalleled enthusiasm for helping people through local emergency service organizations, volunteering over 25 years to provide aid to others in time of need. He recently earned a…

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    Rumson Girl Teams Up With RFH Pop Warner To Fight Breast Cancer

    Seventh grade student Abigail Kelly from Rumson raised more than $1,000 for a local breast cancer charity last weekend. Abigail designed a t-shirt emblazoned with the saying “Go Pink or Go Home” and the iconic…

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    Area Schools Celebrate “Week of Respect”

    By Melissa McGuire Last week, many students heard the sounds of R-E-S-P-E-C-T sung by Aretha Franklin as schools celebrated New Jersey’s first “Week of Respect,” mandated by the state’s new anti-bullying law. School climate surveys,…

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    About Towns

    Deal CPC Behavioral Healthcare will hold its annual food tasting, the “Culinary Adventure,” 6 – 9 p.m.on Monday, October 24 at Deal Golf and Country Club. Tickets are $75; $85 for reserved seating, and all…

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    Atlantic Highlands Pizzeria Donates To First Aid Squad

      First Ave. Pizza in Atlantic Highlands donated $2759.95 to the Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad for the purchase of a pulse oximeter blood pressure device. The restaurant conducted a month-long sales drive…

  • (From left) Freeholder Deputy Director John P. Curley, Michael Schnoering of Mills and Schnoering Architects, David Cooner, chairman of the Count Basie Theatre Board of Trustees, Ed Mislavsky, construction manager, the Ferma Group, Numa Saisselin, CEO of the Count Basie Theatre, and Edward Zipprich, Count Basie Theatre Board of Trustees.

    Six Local Projects Receive County Planning Awards

    FREEHOLD – Six separate projects from around Monmouth County received awards last week at the 58th Annual Awards Dinner sponsored by the Monmouth County Planning Board. The dinner, attended by about 160 people, was held…