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  • Sorry, Mr. President

    To The Editor: With the holiday season in full swing and the constant bombardment on television related to the Republican Presidential Nomination process I have made a decision.  I am throwing my wholehearted support behind Former…

  • Sallee Tees To Re-Open Next Week

    MONMOUTH BEACH — While Sallee Tee’s Grille had a tough time of it in the aftermath of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene this summer, the restaurant will be back in business just in time for the holidays.…

  • Red Bank Coalition Launches Bilingual Health Program at Bodega

    RED BANK – Shaping Red Bank, a coalition working to prevent obesity and improve health and well-being, introduced a bilingual consumer health program today at El Guero Grocery, a bodega on the Westside of Red…

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    Holiday Happenings

    December 10 The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 800 from Bergen County and the Jewish War Veterans, Department of New Jersey, will host the annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony at…

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    Shrewsbury Rings In The Holidays

    More than 300 people gathered at the municipal center as Shrewsbury Borough kicked off the holiday season on Saturday, Dec. 3 at the annual tree lighting celebration. The crowd enjoyed holiday music from DJ Tommy…

  • Red Bank Police Hold Toy Drive For Local Families

    THE RED BANK PBA Local #39 is operating a toy drive, now through December 19th, with donors asked to bring unwrapped toys to the Red Bank Police Department at 90 Monmouth Street in Red Bank,…

  • St. Agnes To Host Christmas Concert

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The St. Agnes Catholic Church’s 17th annual Christmas choral concert will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 11. The concert will consist of performances by the St. Agnes adult and children’s…

  • Brookdale to Host Pearl Harbor Commemoration

    MIDDLETOWN – On Saturday, Dec. 10, at 11 a.m. Brookdale Community College’s Center for World War II Studies and Conflict Resolution will remember America’s veterans with a 70th Anniversary Commemoration of the attack on Pearl…

  • Sawa Owners Sentenced For Payroll Tax, Social Security Fraud

    NEWARK — Two Monmouth County men, brothers-in-law who ran two area Asian restaurants, were sentenced last week in federal court on charges of failing to pay payroll taxes and for their involvement in hiring and…

  • Rumson DPW Hosts Toy Drive

    By John Burton RUMSON — Members of the borough’s Department of Public Works are asking for the public’s help so they can help those less fortunate this holiday season. DPW workers are preparing for their…