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Articles Posted in the Town Journal Category

  • About Town

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS All Saints’ Memorial Church, locally known as the Stone Church, at 202 Navesink Ave. in the Navesink section, is hosting its neighbors, especially those displaced or affected by Sandy, at a free dinner…

  • Senior Veronica McCarthy, who has won a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to Catholic University that was named for the bishop of the Diocese of Trenton, with RBC Principal Robert Abatemarco.

    RBC’s McCarthy Wins Four-Year Scholarship from Catholic U.

    Veronica McCarthy’s favorite childhood memories all seem to revolve around community service, and the Red Bank Catholic senior has carried that spirit of serving others to all aspects of her life. The Catholic Univer­sity of…

  • Eastern Branch Library Manager Janet Kranis, left, and Freeholder Lillian G. Burry donate food at the Eastern Branch in Shrewsbury during the April Food For Fines drive.

    FoodBank Collects More than 10 Tons of Food

    The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties has reported its 2013 Monmouth County Food Drive, which included the Monmouth County Library’s Food For Fines program, collected 20,448 pounds of food during the month of April.…

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    Community Unity and Bike Blessing Festival

    The Pilgrim Baptist Church of Red Bank hosted a Community Unity festival on Saturday, May 4, on the church’s Shrewsbury Avenue grounds.The event, which began with a parade from the Cheesequake rest area on the…

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    A Caring Group

    Celebrating Nurse’s Week are intensive care unit nurses from Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank. They also will be recognizing Critical Care Week from May 19-25. Pictured, from left, are: Sheri Schuman, Vicki Mrozinski, Nancy…

  • About Town

    FAIR HAVEN River Road Books in Fair Haven will partner with Monmouth County Histori­cal Association on Wednes­day, May 29, to host award-winning and best-selling author Nathanial Philbrick as he discusses his newest book Bunker Hill: …

  • The FoodBank of Monmouth and Ocean Counties was among the organizations assisted with fundraising efforts by the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank following Super Storm Sandy. Accepting a representational check, from left, are: Charles Woolston, a board member for the theater and foodbank; Peter Ardolino, a theater foundation board member; Linda Keenan, the foodbank’s director of development; Red Bank Councilman Ed Zipprich and Michael Parent, theater board members.

    Count Basie Theatre Series Raises More Than $400,000 for Charities

    RED BANK – In the months that followed Super Storm Sandy, the Count Basie Theatre quickly became the hub for fundraising concerts and events. Charities, local and national musicians, and television celebrities reached out to…

  • Orchid Fever

    By Kathy Miele I carefully carried the orchid into the house as if I were carrying a Ming vase. “I think I’ve solved our flower problem,” I called out to no one in particular. Steven…

  • About Town

    FAIR HAVEN There will be a spring walk through the natural area of Fair Haven Fields at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 18. Attendees will learn about the trees and plants they see walking the trails…

  • Members of the Ranney School Robotics Club.

    Ranney Robotics Club Competes in Top Tournament

    TINTON FALLS – The Ranney School Robot­ics Club has been working hard all year to design, build and drill their robots for multiple competitions. All their hard work paid off recently when one of the…