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Articles Posted August 2012

  • LETTERS-TRMOMENTS8.3

    Letters and Commentary

    Thank You to the State for Certification of Red Light Cameras To the Editor: AAA thanks the New Jersey Department of Transportation for ensuring that motorist rights are protected by requiring all red light camera programs are…

  • FH Native Joins Teach for America

    Kara Keale of Fair Haven has been accepted into Teach For America’s 2012 teaching corps. Teach For America is the national corps of top recent college graduates and professionals who commit to teach for two…

  • Atlantic Highlands Borough Administrator Adam Hubeny was presented an award during a recent council meeting for his work to ensure the borough hall as Americans with Disabilities Act compliant. Posing at the meeting are, from left, Equalizers Executive Director Carolyn Schwebel, Hubeny, Library Director Jane Reynolds and Mayor Fred Rast.

    AH Borough Administrator Gets ADA Award

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – An organization advocating for people with disabilities presented its Equalizer Award to Borough Administrator Adam Hubeny in recognition of his implementation of accessibility in the Borough Hall renovation. The award was given…

  • Paddle With A Purpose began and ended at Victory Park in Rumson. The event benefited Mercy Center’s Sisters Academy in Asbury Park.

    Paddlers Raise Funds for Sisters Academy

    RUMSON – The Shore Paddle with a Purpose, a paddleboard and kayak ride along the Navesink River, was held July 15 to benefit Mercy Center’s Sisters Academy in Asbury Park. More than 60 paddlers took…

  • AT-MONORIENT8.3

    A Look at Things to Come

    Samantha Barnwell from Oceanport, center, participates in the First-Year Overnight Orientation Program at Monmouth University, West Long Branch. The two-day program brings first-year students to campus in July. Students do various team-building activities, have an…

  • Monmouth U. Professor Publishes Book on Role of Reformed Church Choirs

    WEST LONG BRANCH — Monmouth University has announced that music and theater arts professor David Tripold’s book Sing to the Lord a New Song: Choirs in the Worship and Culture of the Dutch Reformed Church…

  • About Town

    MIDDLETOWN New England Hot Dog Co. and Rita’s Italian Ice are partnering in Middletown for the Fire ’N Ice fundraiser on Monday, Aug. 6, to benefit the civic, service, and charitable programs and initiatives of…