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    Happy New Year from The Two River Times

    Our office will be closed on Jan. 1. The first edition for 2014 will be on Friday, Jan. 3. We wish all of our readers a joyful holiday season and a Happy New Year.  

  • Darren MCConnell, with hand raised, is sworn in as the new police chief in Red Bank. Those taking part in the ceremony include Mayor Pasquale Menna, left, Councilman and Police Commissioner Arthur Murphy, third from left, and McConnell's family members.

    McConnell Sworn In as New Red Bank Chief

    By John Burton RED BANK – The borough council, as expected, voted unanimously Wednesday night to appoint Police Capt. Darren McConnell as the department’s new chief. McConnell was sworn in as the borough’s top cop…

  • Jacquie Lee of Colts Neck performs during the finals of NBC’s “The Voice.” Lee, a Ranney School student who was one of three finalists, took second place.

    Jacquie Lee Still No. 1 With Fans

    By John Burton TINTON FALLS – Jacquie Lee may not have taken top prize as one of the finalists on NBC’s “The Voice,” but her manager said, “She won weeks ago.” Marc Swersky, reached the…

  • Reciting the Scout Oath during their Eagle Scout Court of Honor are, from left, Billy Perkins, Matt Valko, Shawn Chasmar and Brian Lenahan.

    Six Local Scouts Attain the Rank of Eagle

    RUMSON – “When I immigrated to this country from Ireland and attained my first job, my manager was an Eagle Scout,” said Jennifer Gallagher. “I came to greatly admire this man, and I decided that if…

  • Middletown Announces Participation in SHRAP

    MIDDLETOWN – Middle­town residents whose homes were substantially damaged by Super Storm Sandy may be eligible for up to $15,000 in federal grant assistance to help with living expenses through the Super Storm Sandy Home­owner/Renter Assistance Program…

  • Monmouth County Parks Offer Winter Fun

    LINCROFT – Winter fun heats up when the temperature drops and snow flies in the Monmouth County Park System. Whether looking to fly down the sledding hill, strap on cross-country skis, or lace up ice…

  • Freeholders Approve Open Space Grants to Towns

    FREEHOLD – The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders approved grants totaling $2.3 million from the 2013 Monmouth County Open Space Trust Fund to improve park facilities in 13 municipalities. This is the 11th year…

  • 7-Eleven Pulls Out of Proposed Red Bank Location

    By John Burton RED BANK – After much sound and fury over plans to convert the Welsh Farms convenience store on East Front Street into a 7-Eleven, those plans are now off. Following objections last…

  • Andrée Aelion Brooks

    About Town

    Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean: Their Origins & Exploits   RUMSON – Award-winning journalist, author and lecturer Andrée Aelion Brooks will present “Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean: Their origins and exploits” at 11:30 a.m. Sunday,…

  • A Christmas Crime Scene

    By Kathy Miele Steven and I were in the living room watching television when we heard our boys, Max and Alex, laughing hysterically in another room. We turned down the television to listen to them.…