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Articles Posted in the Town Journal Category

  • White to Speak About War of 1812 Ships

    White to Speak About War of 1812 Ships MONMOUTH BEACH – Award-winning historian and novelist, William H. White, will be speaking Friday, June 6, about “American Sailing Ships in The War of 1812” at The…

  • Middletown Thorne School Hosts Military WW II Program

    MIDDLETOWN – The three Middletown middle schools, in conjunction with “Middletown 350,” will honor World War II veterans, beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 24, at “Middletown Military Shout Out.” The theme of the multi-faceted…

  • The RFH Social Justice Club members displaying their denim and their support are, from left, club secretary Olivia Puryear, Bethany Parsons, club president Sonia de los Reyes and Jess Eckhoff. Photo Courtesy RFH

    RFH Social Justice Club Raises Awareness

      RFH Social Justice Club Raises Awareness   RUMSON – Denim was the suggested dress code of the day April 25 at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School. The RFH “Wear That You Care” initiative, also…

  • Students to Launch Boats Built Through Joint Project

    Sisters Academy of New Jersey, Ranney School and Oak Hill Academy recently announced “Project Collaboration,” a multiyear plan to share educational programs, facilities and experiences. The collaborative effort will include a variety of programs for…

  • Author to Speak on Turing a Memoir into Fiction

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council will be holding a lecture at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 16, featuring San Francisco based, British-born author Mary-Rose Hayes, who presents “Memoir into Fiction – Setting Your…

  • Gardening Shopper

    By Kathy Miele “Hey, I could use a little help here!” I called into the house as I dragged some bags into the front hall. Steven and the boys came out to see what I…

  • Town Journal Week of May 9

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS The Atlantic Highlands Arts Council will present a “Living Room Concert – An Evening of Charming Classical Music in an Intimate Living Room Setting” at 7:30 p.m.Saturday, May 17. Pianist Laura DuBois and…

  • Mercy Center Honors Two at Awards Luncheon

    MIDDLETOWN – Two advocates for girls’ education, Sister Diane Szubrowski and Lisa Fontenelli, will be honored at the Fifth Annual “Walk With Mercy” Awards Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Friday, May 9, the Navesink Country Club.…

  • Kortney Rose Foundation Fundraiser at Turning Point This Weekend

    LONG BRANCH – All eight Turning Point restaurants locations will host The Kortney Rose Foundation’s (KRF) fourth annual “Great Food for a Great Cause” fundraiser on from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May…

  • About Town

    HOLMDEL Area residents are being offered the chance to become part of the Monmouth County Park System’s Volunteer Trails Team. The park system is offering an additional training workshop for prospective volunteers interested in joining…