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    Kristallnacht Commemoration

    The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education at Brookdale Community College will host a screening of Only A Number for the annual Kristallnacht commemoration 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 10 in the Warner Student…

  • AH Tree Planting Honors Memory of Paul Boyd

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — The borough honored the memory of environmentalist-historian Paul Boyd on Saturday, Oct. 22 with the planting of a tree in the Municipal Yacht Harbor. Shade Tree Commission Chairman Louise I. Donoghue presided…

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    Just Her Type: Touring Artist Demonstrates Letterpress

    By John Burton ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — It was a step backwards for those old enough to remember and a peek into the past for younger people who gathered outside the Painted Frame shop last week…

  • Parking Garage Proposal May Rise Again in Red Bank

    By John Burton RED BANK — Expect discussions on the construction of a parking garage in downtown Red Bank to come up again at borough council meetings in the near future, says Mayor Pasquale Menna.…

  • Halloween Costume Party at Barnacle Bill’s

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  • Red Bank’s Holiday Tree To Remain on Monmouth Street

    By John Burton RED BANK — The tree isn’t going anywhere. A Red Bank RiverCenter proposal to relocate the borough’s holiday tree to Riverside Gardens Park hit a brick wall at the borough council meeting…

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    A Happy Halloween

    l Sunny, cool weather brought trick or treaters out throughout the two river area. While small Halloweeners went door to door, grownups headed to Barnacle Bill’s restaurant in Rumson for their legendary Halloween Costume competition.…

  • Mayoral Candidates Square off In Three Two River Towns

    By John Burton With Election Day less than a week away, mayoral races are heating up in several two river towns. Sea Bright, Atlantic Highlands, and Little Silver all have contested elections for their four-year…

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    Chess Exhibition

    The Monmouth Chess School and Club will host chess champion Andrew Ng, for a 20-board simultaneous chess exhibition at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13 at the Community YMCA’s arts and enrichment facility, 51 Monmouth Street.…

  • Pictured (left to right) are Michael Stasi, president; Elizabeth Bradbury, director; Michael Bradbury, business administrator; Vincent Guarriello, trustee and founder; Darry Guli, vice president; Beverly Lawrence, secretary; Jim Kennedy, treasurer: Shrewsbury Mayor, Donald Burden; Kathleen Holahan Gatti,, trustee and Jeremiah Milonas, trustee and alumnus.

    Groundbreaking For Shrewsbury Montessori Academy

    In 1968, Mary Mastro Guarriello achieved her dream when she opened the doors of the Vincent S. Mastro Montessori Academy, named in memory of her late brother, to a few eager young minds. On Oct.…