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Articles Posted in 2011

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    Monmouth Beach Awards Streetscape Contract

    By Sherry Conohan MONMOUTH BEACH – A contract to do the work on the first phase of the Beach Road streetscape project from Riverdale Avenue to Willow Road was awarded by the Monmouth Beach Commission…

  • Strong New Jersey Chairwoman Diane Gooch speaks with Re/ Chris Smith, who is chairman of the African Subcommittee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Smith helped to obtain a health visa for Ker Deng and his caretaker, Agot Deng, so that Ker could receive potentially life-changing surgery at the Wills Institute in Philadelphia. Ker is now learning English and studying music at Lighthouse International, a school for the blind in Manhattan. Lighthouse's president and CEO is former Howell Township Mayor Mark Ackerman, who, with Smith, have been valuable partners in the effort to help Deng.

    An Update on Strong New Jersey

      By Diane Gooch   “WE PLAN AND God laughs,” so the old adage goes, and never have I felt more connected to that sentiment than now.  Many of our readers may recall that it…

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    Fee Hike At Sandy Hook, But Not New York?

    By George Moffatt The National Park Service is trying to stick it to New Jersey residents again. It was bad enough when the Park Service abysmally tried to commercialize Fort Hancock at Sandy Hook. Now…

  • “Grow Monmouth” To Spur Economic Development

      By THOMAS A. ARNONE   It has been three years since the U.S. economy nose-dived, taking jobs and consumer confidence with it. Yet despite all efforts to stimulate prosperity, the country is still reluctant…

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    In Memoriam

    Serafino “Ben” Centrella Serafino “Ben” Centrella, 84, of Middletown, died on October 7 at his home, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Orange. Ben served proudly in the United States Navy during…

  • Grammy Winning Group To Perform At Ranney School

    TINTON FALLS –Grammy Award-winning vocal group New York Voices perform at Ranney School’s Panther Hall Friday, Oct. 28. The ensemble takes jazz to new levels offering productions infused with Brazilian, R & B, classical and…

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    RB Zoners OK West Side Lofts Project

    By John Burton RED BANK — Despite reservations about parking and about the color scheme, the borough zoning board endorsed an amended plan reducing the size of a retail and residential complex proposed for the borough’s…

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    FH Native Joins Police Force

    By John Burton FAIR HAVEN — Tuesday’s Borouch Council meeting was a homecoming for Dwayne Reevey Jr. Reevey, who has lived most of his life here, was sworn in on Tuesday as the newest member of…

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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…