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    Falling Temperatures Ahead

    While Tuesday’s snow was just about over by 2:30 p.m., temperatures were expected to take a dip – and stay cold for the next few days. The National Weather Service was predicting temperatures would fall…

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    Strikes and Spares

        Enjoying a recent bowling event organized by the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School Chinese National Honor Society and International Club are, clockwise from top left, Zheng Minfeng, Carly Green, Leigh Mueller, Madison Bess,…

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    Let’s Hear it for the Girls!

    By Michele J. Kuhn HIGHLANDS – A visit to the Girls Café is a bit like sitting in your sister’s, mom’s or even your favorite aunt’s kitchen. Opened in June by sisters Cathy Hartsgrove and…

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    Growing Christmas Tradition

    View the photo gallery here By John Burton Two River area tree farms help families make holiday memories ‘Tis the season to pile into the car and select a Douglas or Fraser fir – and…

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    RBFD Elects New Chiefs for 2014

    Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna, right, presents the new chiefs of the Red Bank Volunteer Fire Department with an official helmet during a ceremony on Tuesday, Dec. 3. The new chiefs, from left, are: Second…

  • Red Bank Regional High School students, Shurmila Dhar of Little Silver and Katie Robinson of Shrewsbury, are this year’s second and third place winners, respectively, of the Doris Lenz Festival of Singing.

    About Town

    RBR Students Take Top Vocal Honors in State Festival   LITTLE SILVER – Red Bank Regional (RBR) Visual and Performing Arts Academy (VPA) voice majors took top honors last month at the Doris Lenz Festival of…

  • VNA Welcomes New Medical Information Officer 

    RED BANK – Visiting Nurse Association Health Group as announced that Wen Dombrowski, M.D. is joining the organization as the new medical information officer and vice president, Connected Health. Dombrowski brings years of experience in…

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    New Italian Eatery Approved for Broad Street

    By John Burton RED BANK – It’ll be a little more “mangia!” for Broad Street with the coming of a new Italian cuisine restaurant. Patrizia’s, originally of Brooklyn, will be opening at 28 Broad St.,…

  • Upgrading Dinner

    By Kathy Miele I needed to do several errands after work so now I was rushing home to start making dinner. As I pulled up to the house, Steven was just getting out of his…

  • Monmouth U to Hold Computer Science Workshop Dec. 12-14

    WEST LONG BRANCH – Ninety percent of American schools don’t teach computer science. Fewer students are learning how computers work than a decade ago. Girls and minorities are severely underrepresented. And yet, technology is increasingly…