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Articles Posted in the Town Journal Category

  • About Town

    FREEHOLD After being in production for almost 3 years, Misfire the independent feature film by Jersey-born  writer/director Eric Hackler is finally being aimed at the big screen. The film is a local production through and…

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    LS EMS Cadets 10th Anniversary

    The Little Silver EMS Cadet Squad is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Members, past and present, recently got together to share stories and talk about the group’s success. Among its past members are a doctor, three…

  • Gardening Talisman

    By Kathy Miele I was poking around in the garage when I noticed an old wooden box tucked in the back of a shelf almost hidden by one of the boy’s old baseball bags.  As…

  • County Releases Fall Parks System Directory

    LINCROFT – This fall the Monmouth County Park System brings back your favorite programs as well as new ones. Offerings include: Preparing quick and easy meals for your whole family with back to school menu…

  • The theme of this year’s American Cancer Society Cancer Ball, “The Lost City of Atlantis,” had a little help from a group of area teenagers posing as living statuary.

    Teenage Volunteers Set Theme for Cancer Ball as Living Statues

    RUMSON – Every year, the American Cancer Society Cancer Ball (ACS Cancer Ball) develops a theme to attract patrons to what has become one of the most successful American Cancer Society galas in the country.…

  • About Town

    COLTS NECK The Martha Mary Guild of St. Mary’s Church on Route 34 and Phalanx Road will be holding its annual clothing and linen sale next month. The sale will be held from 10 a.m.…

  • FH Native Joins Teach for America

    Kara Keale of Fair Haven has been accepted into Teach For America’s 2012 teaching corps. Teach For America is the national corps of top recent college graduates and professionals who commit to teach for two…

  • Atlantic Highlands Borough Administrator Adam Hubeny was presented an award during a recent council meeting for his work to ensure the borough hall as Americans with Disabilities Act compliant. Posing at the meeting are, from left, Equalizers Executive Director Carolyn Schwebel, Hubeny, Library Director Jane Reynolds and Mayor Fred Rast.

    AH Borough Administrator Gets ADA Award

    ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS – An organization advocating for people with disabilities presented its Equalizer Award to Borough Administrator Adam Hubeny in recognition of his implementation of accessibility in the Borough Hall renovation. The award was given…

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    A Look at Things to Come

    Samantha Barnwell from Oceanport, center, participates in the First-Year Overnight Orientation Program at Monmouth University, West Long Branch. The two-day program brings first-year students to campus in July. Students do various team-building activities, have an…

  • Monmouth U. Professor Publishes Book on Role of Reformed Church Choirs

    WEST LONG BRANCH — Monmouth University has announced that music and theater arts professor David Tripold’s book Sing to the Lord a New Song: Choirs in the Worship and Culture of the Dutch Reformed Church…