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  • Jay and Becky Cosgrove, owners of Bahr’s Landing in Highlands, with the book Jay wrote about the impact of Super Storm Sandy on the restaurant. The book is available for patrons to look at; it’s not for sale.

    Dramatic Images Tell the Tale

    Owner of Bahr’s Produces Book of Sandy Photos By John Burton HIGHLANDS – Lives are moving forward, homes and businesses are being rebuilt, but the images of the storm will remain for a long time and…

  • Kyrillos Opts Out for U.S. Senate

    By John Burton The lineup is set for the Aug. 13 special primary to replace the late U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg with four high-profile Democrats in the running. The list is leaner on the Republican…

  • Janelle Hendrex, center, wipes away tears during emotional memorial service to honor two seniors who died this year as school counselors Stacy Liss, left, and April Chichelo lend their support.

    Strength from Adversity

    RBR students come together during a difficult year By John Burton LITTLE SILVER – It’s been a tough year. The Red Bank Regional High School community has had its share of heartache and adversity this…

  • About Town

    Conservation Foundation Holds Kids Photo/Art Contest   MONMOUTH COUNTY – Monmouth Conservation Foundation (MCF) announces its Fall 2013 Kids Capturing Conservation Photo/Art Contest for preschools located in Monmouth County. The purpose of this contest is…

  • Teachers aide Ms. Carol Brady greets third graders Sade White (left), Paige Show, Grace Decker, Abigail Mansfield and Tony Macaluso (right) during Monday morning’s opening of the Monmouth Beach School, seven months after Super Storm Sandy.

    Back Home Again

    By John Burton Monmouth Beach students celebrate reopening of Sandy-damaged school MONMOUTH BEACH – The hope was to have the borough’s Sandy-damaged elementary school opened by the beginning of June. They made it. “As a…

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    NJ’s Biggest Fireworks Display Coming to SB

    SEA BRIGHT – The largest Fourth of July holiday fireworks display in New Jersey will be held on the beach in Sea Bright next month, and it’s all to benefit a good cause. Capping off…

  • Rose Rimali of Rumson celebrated her 100th birthday June 1.

    A Life Well Lived

    By John Burton Rumson woman recalls a century of living RUMSON – Rose Rimali has seen a lot. From the Italy of a century ago as a baby and the hardscrabble life of immigrant New…

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    Skywatch For The Week Of June 7-14, 2013

    By Flo Higgins Put a Gemini in a routine job or relationship and there will be a problem. Gemini gets bored easily. They like change; as a matter of fact, the more change the better.…

  • Someone Listen to Me, Please

    By Kathy Miele Dinner was in the oven when Steven came out of his office carrying his morning coffee mug and headed to the kitchen. “The dishwasher’s dirty,” I said as he passed by. No…

  • Sen. Frank Lautenberg

    The Challenge to Replace Lautenberg

    By John Burton The death of U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg this week has area elected officials weighing in with their thoughts about the senator’s life and legacy – and much speculation about his eventual successor. Lautenberg,…