• Julie and Vrandon Clay with their son, Zander, are pleased to know that the 30-foot tree, that graced their Holmdel property, will be used for the Red Bank Holiday Tree at Riverside Gardens.
Photo by Judy Alvarez
    Holmdel Family Gives the Gift of a Holiday Tree to Red Bank
  • Bruce Sees of Erco Ceilings continues working on Red Bank's Lunch Break food pantry and soup kitchen, which has been undergoing a renovation and expansion project.
Photo by John Burton
    Lunch Break’s New Facilities Almost Completed
  • Aimee Humphreys will become the newest member of the Fair Haven Borough Council in January and the first Democrat elected to the council since 1989.
    After 25 Years, Democrat to Join Fair Haven Council
  • The sign says it all for the officials of Phoenix Productions as they celebrate a half-hour after purchasing the organization’s new building. They are, from left, Lindsay Wood, president; Tom Martini, board chairman; Holly Hankins, executive director; and Wendy Dobbs, secretary.
    Phoenix Rising to New Facility
  • Harry Ettlinger, one of the remaining “Monuments Men” who helped liberate priceless artwork stolen by Nazi forces during World War II, talks about his wartime and lifetime experiences at B’nai Israel Synagogue in Rumson. PHOTO BY JOHN BURTON
    ‘Monuments Man’ Speaks at Rumson Synagogue

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