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  • Lunch Break Sparks Family Feud

    RED BANK – Things are getting a bit rough over at Lunch Break. A food drive with its origins in a single, simple act of giving by the Swisher family of Freehold has resulted in…

  • About Town

    LITTLE SILVER The Seniors of Little Silver will hold its next meeting and Christmas luncheon at noon, Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Women’s Club, Church Street. The cost is $10 per person. Reservations, which must…

  • Red Bank Mayor Pasquale Menna and "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro hold a Thanksgiving-themed cake just prior to the opening of the newest Carlo's Bakery at 86 Broad St. The bakery opened at 4 p.m. Monday.

    Crowds Turn out for Carlo's Bakery Opening

    RED BANK – Carlo’s Bakery of TV’s “Cake Boss” fame opened on Broad Street Monday afternoon to cheers and much fanfare. After workers put the finishing touches on the large bakery at 86 Broad St.…

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    Packing Up Joy for Holiday Express

    By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez TINTON FALLS – Many are familiar with the concerts Holiday Express brings to people throughout New Jersey each holiday season, but that’s not all there is to the organization that’s celebrating…

  • Red Rank Regional High School 10th graders, from left, Hannah Christensen, Devon Barnes, Billy Lunch and Kyra Soldo, are getting prepared to help collect food at the RBR-Long Branch game on Nov. 27. Those who donate food at the game get free admission.

    Fans Can Help Make a Difference at RBR Football Game

    LITTLE SILVER – This Thanksgiving, Red Bank Regional football fans can fill the football stadium – and the pantry of a local charity. For the second year, the RBR community will team up with the…

  • Go Naked & Check Yourself promoters Chris Paseka and Angie Courtney check out T-shirts for this year’s Nov. 24 event.

    Baring it All for Cancer Awareness

    By Judy O’Gorman Alvarez RED BANK – Two borough shop owners emphatically believe you should Go Naked & Check Yourself. Go Naked & Check Your­self is a cancer prevention and detection campaign, started by Red…

  • Christopher Gramiccioni, acting Monmouth County prosecutor, informs parents that heroin use is on the rise in the area at a presentation at Rumson-Fair Haven High School.

    Officials Warn Parents: Heroin Use on the Rise

    By John Burton RUMSON – Educators and law enforcement officials plan to make the Nov. 18 program about the epidemic of heroin use in Monmouth County as a starting point for an ongoing conversation and…

  • About Town

    Volunteers Needed to Make Cards for Soldiers Each year, thousands of military members and their families spend the holiday season alone and apart from loved ones. The Monmouth Museum and the American Red Cross – Jersey Coast…

  • Circle BMW is Accepting Food Donations for The FoodBank

    EATONTOWN – Circle BMW is accepting holiday food donations now though Dec. 31 for The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties. The BMW dealership, located at 500 Route 36 East, is again a drop-off site…

  • Fort Hancock: Home Sweet Home?

    By John Burton FORT HANCOCK – Some of the aging and deteriorating structures along Fort Hancock’s officer’s row could eventually wind up as family homes. The 21st Century Fort Hancock Advisory Committee, which is seeking…