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  • County Releases Fall Parks System Directory

    LINCROFT – This fall the Monmouth County Park System brings back your favorite programs as well as new ones. Offerings include: Preparing quick and easy meals for your whole family with back to school menu…

  • The New Jersey Wheelmen will display and ride antique bicycles at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the fire department for the Tour de Fair Haven.

    Top Cyclists Pedal into FH

    By Celia Belmonte FAIR HAVEN – The borough is gearing up for Sunday’s fourth annual Tour de Fair Haven as more than 400 of the nation’s top cyclists are set to fly through the town’s…

  • The theme of this year’s American Cancer Society Cancer Ball, “The Lost City of Atlantis,” had a little help from a group of area teenagers posing as living statuary.

    Teenage Volunteers Set Theme for Cancer Ball as Living Statues

    RUMSON – Every year, the American Cancer Society Cancer Ball (ACS Cancer Ball) develops a theme to attract patrons to what has become one of the most successful American Cancer Society galas in the country.…

  • About Town

    COLTS NECK The Martha Mary Guild of St. Mary’s Church on Route 34 and Phalanx Road will be holding its annual clothing and linen sale next month. The sale will be held from 10 a.m.…

  • Ellen Martin, left, a founding trustee, and Robin Parness Lipson, founder of the New Jersey Museum of Contemporary Art, have organized a public art exhibit in eight Red Bank buildings. The exhibit will open Aug. 19 and close in October.

    Heads Up!

    By John Burton RB buildings host contemporary art show RED BANK – It will be art alfresco for the public around the borough, starting this month and running until the early fall. The New Jersey…

  • Charles S. Callman

    Former Mayor Callman Dies at 95

    By Rick Malwitz RUMSON – Charles S. Callman, who served the borough of Rumson in scores of capacities, including two stints as mayor, died Monday, July 30, at his home at the age of 95,…

  • Kenra Mara, MONOC flight nurse, gives Nicolas and Alex Calabretta from Fair Haven a tour of MONOC’s MEDVAC helicopter during Fair Haven’s National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 7.

    Safety Lessons, Fun Paired in FH Night Out

    By Celia Belmonte FAIR HAVEN – National Night Out, now in its 10th year, was not only full of laughs and fun but it was also an important chance to raise awareness about safety. The…

  • The MHA Tee Off With Our Patriots Golf Classic will be held Aug. 13 at the Navesink Country Club. Those gathering for a recent meeting to talk about the golf outing are, from left: committee members Lt. Col. Peter J. Mahoney USMC; Brig. Gen. Peter Dawkins (Ret.) USAR; Cmdr. Boyd C. Decker, commanding officer, Navy Operational Support Center Earle; Stephen Feuz, Navesink Country Club assistant clubhouse manager; Capt. D. J. (Fuzz) Harrison, commanding officer Naval Weapons Station Earle; and Vice Adm. Paul G. Gaffney II (ret.) USN, who is also a committee member.

    Teeing Off with Patriots

    MIDDLETOWN — Tee Off With Our Patriots Golf Classic will be held, starting at 9:30 a.m., on Monday, Aug. 13 at the Navesink Country Club. The benefit will honor our military and help the Mental…

  • Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna welcomes Juanito’s Market to 194 Shrewsbury Ave., Red Bank.

    RB Business Owner Opens New Market

    RED BANK – There’s a new market in the borough. Juan Torres, owner and operator of Juanito’s Restaurant since 1994 and Juanito’s Bakery since 2001, has opened Juanito’s Market at 197 Shrewsbury Ave. Torres has…

  • Dr. John Connors in his Little Silver office.  Connors is a board certified sports podiatrist who has treated 19 current track and field Olympians.

    Rumson Doc Keeps Olympians On Track

    By Ryan Fennell Rumson – Olympic gold is a long road paved with hard work, determination, focus, and a unique ability to fight through pain. On occasion, though, enough pain or a significant injury can…