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  • Cancer Survivors Day Walk Slated for June 1

    EATONTOWN – The Jersey Shore Cancer Support Community will hold its 3rd Annual National Cancer Survivors Day Walk at 9 a.m. June 1 – National Cancer Survivors Day – at Thompson Park in Lincroft. The…

  • Barnabas Health Hospice, Palliative Care Center Offers Volunteer Training

    LONG BRANCH – Barnabas Health Hospice and Palliative Care Center will host a three-day training program for individuals interested in becoming a hospice volunteer in Monmouth County. The program will be held from 9:30 a.m.…

  • AH Honors First Responders

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The Shade Tree Commission has planted two trees at the municipal harbor entrance in honor of the borough’s first responders. Commission Chairman Louise Donoghue officiated at the planting of the Red Rocket crepe myrtles…

  • RiverFest 2014 Offers Food, Music, Family Fun

    Marine Park site of May 30 – June 1 Fest RED BANK – The Garden State’s largest free outdoor food and music festival opens the summer season Friday through Sunday, May 30 through June 1,…

  • Seven Presidents Park Beach Badges Available

    LONG BRANCH – Beginning Saturday, May 24, Seven Presidents Oceanfront Park’s lifeguards will be on duty 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends and Memorial Day. Daily guarded swimming starts Saturday, June 14. Located on Ocean…

  • 40th Monmouth County Fair Slated for July 23-27

    FREEHOLD – Summer is around the corner and so is its best tradition, the Monmouth County Fair. Held at East Freehold Showgrounds, Kozloski Road, Freehold, the fair runs from 5 to 11 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday,…

  • Planting at Parker House

      A red oak was planted in honor of New Jersey’s 350th anniversary at an open house at Parker Homestead, Little Silver, on May 18. Planting the tree, top, from left, are Bob Sickles, Councilman…

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    Two River People: May 16-23

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  • Members of the RBR Gay-Straight Alliance working on the upcoming Gayla at the school are: from left, seated, GSA advisor Stacy Liss, Natalie Gunderson, Sofia Dadap and Cecelia Gunderson; standing, Courtney Ravelo, James Fogerty, Leah Roberts, GSA President Siobhan Hanson and Cori McQuillen. Photo Courtesy RBR

    RBR Gay – Straight Alliance to Host Gayla on May 30

    LITTLE SILVER – The Red Bank Regional (RBR) Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) will host the fourth annual Gayla, from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, May 30, at the school located at 101 Ridge Road. The Gayla…

  • OASIS TLC’S Executive Director Mai Cleary is hands-on at the organization’s home in Middletown as she greets one of the farm's newest residents.

    An Expanding Oasis in Middletown

      Organization looking to grow program for young adults with autism By John Burton MIDDLETOWN – Impact OASIS’s work is moving forward, so much so, its executive director is looking toward the program and facility’s…