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  • Utility Accountability Pushed by RB

    By John Burton RED BANK – Mayor Pasquale Menna wants the state’s Board of Public Utilities to enact stronger regulations guiding power companies, particularly Jersey Central Power and Light (JCP&L) because of the electric utility’s…

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    Red Bank Town Lighting

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  • Helen Hunt stars in "The Sessions."

    Scene On Film: ‘The Sessions”

    By Joan Ellis If someone suggests a movie about a sex therapist and a paralyzed man, might you say, “Not for me, no thanks?” Don’t. The Sessions has been made by a team of actors…

  • About Town

    MIDDLETOWN Spread some cheer this holiday season as Regal Pointe Independent Living invites the public to a holiday gift auction from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1, to benefit local children. A $5 donation will…

  • RB Holiday Art Walk Slated for Nov. 24

    RED BANK – The importance of art can be transformative and play an important role in healing a community, and Red Bank needs to recapture its vibrance, especially after the recent devastation Monmouth County suffered…

  • RB RiverCenter Announces Holiday Events

    RED BANK – Red Bank RiverCenter is kicking off the holiday season on Friday, Nov. 23, with the Red Bank Town Lighting and Holiday Express Concert presented by Riverview Medical Center, Jersey Mike’s Subs and…

  • Neither Snow Nor Rain… But Sandy

    By John Burton   Where do you get your mail when the post office’s branch in your town is severely damaged? Postal customers in Sea Bright, Highlands and Ocean­port have been finding out just that.…

  • SB Making Plans to Move Forward

    By John Burton RED BANK – Sea Bright is rebuilding, residents are moving back and there are promises the beach will be ready for next summer, the mayor and borough council, say. Three weeks after…

  • Volunteers sort and stack clothes and other items at Bingham Hall for area residents whose lives have been impacted by Super Storm Sandy.

    Rumson Volunteers See Changing Needs

    By John Burton RUMSON – Volunteers at Bingham Hall have seen the number of people coming for help in the aftermath of Super Storm Sandy begin to dwindle but those appearing now have needs that are…

  • Brian George in front of the former location of his store Northshore Menswear in Sea Bright.

    Coming Back ‘Better than Ever’ in Sea Bright

    By Michele J. Kuhn   Brian George is bullish on Sea Bright. “We’ll be back and we’ll be better than ever,” he said. George, the longtime owner of Northshore Mens­wear, saw almost the entire inventory…