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Articles Posted February 2012

  • Oceanic Bridge Work On Schedule

    LITTLE SILVER — Three months into the rehabilitation project, county officials say that work on the Oceanic Bridge is proceeding as scheduled. According to information provided by the county’s Public Information Office, repair work is…

  • Police Seek Suspect In Robbert At Lincroft Pharmacy

    MIDDLETOWN — Township police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred at a Lincroft pharmacy on Tuesday evening. At about 5:50 p.m. police responded to a report of the robbery taking place at Rite Aid…

  • Monmouth U To Host Talk on Black Baseball

    WEST LONG BRANCH -  On Thursday, February 9 at 1 p.m. in the Club Dining Room, Magill Commons, Negro League Baseball expert Larry Hogan will present  “Before You Can Say ‘Jackie Robinson’: Black Baseball in…

  • A Vineyard For Little Silver?

    LITTLE SILVER — Richard DeBlasi loves his wine. And now the Seven Bridges Road resident is hoping to convince the governing body to allow him to make wine on his property. “I think I can…

  • The Grandaddy of Festivals Is Back

    By Daniel Murphy, Jr. I AM TALKING about Riverfest, the Grand Daddy of all festivals in the State of New Jersey. It was rated in 1998 by Life magazine as one of the top 100…

  • Once Upon A Summer Day

    By Margaret Nitka TODAY IS TRULY extraordinary.  The sun is so warm with temperatures hovering in the low 60s and winds out of the south that the neighborhood has come out of hibernation and everyone…

  • Writing Medicare’s Prescription

    By Douglas E. Schoen   THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY in Florida brought discussions of healthcare, particularly Medicare, back to the forefront of the national discourse. With its sizeable senior population,  Medicare  and Social Security were top…

  • Phil and His Shadow

    By Jillian MacMath for Accuweather.com SINCE THE TRADITION Groundhog Day began in Punxsutawney in 1886, Phil has seen his shadow, on record, 99 times. There were 16 times that he did not see his shadow,…

  • Letters to the Editor

    Go Red For Women To The Editor:   In its ongoing effort to elevate public awareness about cardiovascular health, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement is teaming up with Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth…

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    Monmouth Symphony Presents German Romantic Music

    Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Monmouth Symphony Orchestra will present a “Deutsche Romantik,” an afternoon of 19th century German Romantic music, on Sunday, Feb. 12, at 3 p.m. at the Count Basie Theatre, 99…