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Articles Posted October 2011

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    Eastern Monmouth Chamber Networking Breakfast

    The Business Networking Breakfast committee of the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce (EMACC) will host a business networking breakfast 7:45 – 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8 at the Doubletree by Hilton, Tinton Falls. The…

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    Open Space Pays In Many Ways

    By Michele S. Byers A newly-released study backs what open space advocates have long known:  preserving land bolsters both the economy and the environment. Southwick Associates, a consulting firm specializing in wildlife economics and statistics,…

  • Real Solutions

    To the Editor: Like President Obama, Middletown’s Democrats want you to believe that we can tax and spend our way out of any predicament.  Unlike Obama, however, Middletown cannot print money—it comes from your pocket—which…

  • The RBR Buccaneers, led by junior Garret Sickles, charge onto the field to open their homecoming game against SJV on Saturday.  RBR won the game 27-14.

    Red Bank Takes Another Step Toward States In Win Over SJV

    By Jim Hintelmann LITTLE SILVER – Red Bank Regional, which had  won just six games from 2005-2009 before a 4-6 record last year, took  big step toward its first state playoff berth since 2004 Saturday.…

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    Coupon Clipper

    by Kathy Miele I was in the parking lot of the grocery store loading the last of my bags into the back of my car when my phone rang. “Are you going to be coming…

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    Harvest Hoedown For Hunger A Huge Success

    The Red Bank Charter School held a competition to see which class could collect the most food to feed the hungry. The contest was part of the Harvest Hoedown for Hunger, an event hosted by…

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    New Jersey’s “Other” Red Bank

    by Maria Mullevey There’s an “other” Red Bank?  Yes, that’s correct, but this “other” Red Bank has little in common with the thriving hub on the Jersey Shore that is rich with shopping, restaurants, arts…

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    Red Bank Borough Council Candidates Debate The Issues

    RED BANK — East Side and West Side. Republican and Democrat. The quality of borough water. And, of course, the ever-mentioned matter of quality of life issues. These were some of the concerns that residents…

  • Hubbard Avenue In Middletown Reopened

    MIDDLETOWN — Hubbard Avenue, in the River Plaza section, which had been closed for more than a month since Tropical Storm Irene, has reopened to traffic. Monmouth County Freeholder John Curley said the road, where…

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    Finding Birds In Common Places

    By Andrew Spears One of nature’s most spectacular gifts is that it offers us signs no matter where we are, beautiful affirmation that its virility pulses in an unstoppable rhythm through our world.  Signs that…