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  • Moses Fahmy, right, helps customer Barbara Goldstein purchase the last pair of shoes she will buy from Red Bank’s If The Shoe Fits, which is closing Tuesday, Aug. 26. The18 Broad St. shop has been home to a number of shoe stores since 1883. Photo by John Burton

    So Long to Shoe Business

    By John Burton RED BANK – The shop at 18 Broad St. has been a shoe store for a long time, but as of Tuesday, Aug. 26, the home of If The Shoe Fits will…

  • About Town: Week of Aug. 22

    FAIR HAVEN Scott Whittle and Tom Stephenson, authors of the newly released book, “The Warbler Guide,” will present a program and book signing 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10, at the Monmouth County Audubon meeting. The meeting…

  • Volunteers Sought to Help Domestic Violence Victims

    HAZLET – 180 Turning Lives Around, a private nonprofit organization that provides support and advocacy to victims of domestic violence will be holding training for new volunteers. The organization, which assists those during the aftermath…

  • Chad Carson of the St. Bernard Project stands on the porch of a Sandy-damaged Sea Bright home his organization is working to rebuild. He joined others for a workshop Monday on lessons learned during Sandy recovery efforts.
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    Sharing Information

    By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – Those working on Sea Bright’s and the area’s Sandy recovery efforts say lessons learned here will benefit recovery work in future disasters. “I think this is the start of…

  • Heart Association Seeking Nominations for Lifestyle Change Awards

    ROBBINSVILLE – The American Heart Association is seeking nominations for the Shoreline Heart Walk Lifestyle Change Award, which is locally sponsored by New Jersey Natural Gas. The award recognizes people or groups who have made…

  • ‘Historically Speaking’ Lectures Planned for September

    FREEHOLD – As part of its Historically Speaking lecture series, Monmouth County Historical Association will present a month of Wednesday evening lectures in September. Beginning 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the Centers Playhouse, 35…

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    Pro Golfer Visits Sea Bright Recovery Workers

    By John Burton SEA BRIGHT – PGA golf pro Rickie Fowler was on hand Tuesday morning to offer a hand in helping rebuild a home, demonstrate exactly why he’s on the PGA tour and sign…

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    Learning About the World Around Them

    RUMSON  – New Logic Marine Science Camp had a field day to Victory Park Wednesday, Aug. 13. Camp Counselor Erin Steppe, center, teaches campers about the soft-shell crab they just caught. We’re sorry but you…

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    A Whale of a Summer

    By John Burton There have been numerous whale sightings this spring and summer, offering people along the Jersey Shore a bit of a thrill. “It’s been a good summer for the whales,” said Tim Dillingham,…

  • The Gift of Life

      Monmouth University received an award from Central Jersey Blood Center (CJBC) for having the most donors for a college or university at CJBC’s Donor Appreciation Night during a Lakewood Blue Claws game. Dr. Michael…