Straight From The Table: Via 45
By Lori Draz
If you had to choose one word to describe dining at Via 45, it would be “home.” The restaurant has a decidedly homey feeling, from the mismatched plates to the intriguing décor accented with antique fair finds, cookbooks, and curiosities. The mood continues with the comforting autumn colors of the walls, the close tables that co-mingle the energies of the other diners, and the fact that your dinner is ready when mom is done cooking it.
At Via 45, they make it clear, on ...
Designer Pocketbook Bingo
On October 14, enjoy a fun night out with friends at St. Catharine’s Church in Holmdel! Designer Pocketbook Bingo offers the chance to play for fabulous purses by designers such as Coach, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, and more. All proceeds go to support local charities.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and games begin at 7:00 p.m. A $35 donation per person includes 10 games (additional cards for purchase). A table of eight reserved in advance will receive a free cheese platter! Coffee, tea, and ...
October Events At Colts Neck Community Church
Community Fall Festival – October 8 from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Don’t miss this exciting, jam-packed day celebrating the arrival of the fall season! There will be the bluegrass music of Old Faithful, pony rides, VAPPO the clown, bounce houses for the kids, hay rides, carnival games, and a delicious pig roast, accompanied by tasty dishes made by church members. All events are free to the community, on the front lawn of the church.
New Sunday Sermon Series – The 10 Commandments
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The Journal Launches “Nets Make A Difference”
By Lori Draz
As we enter Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Journal publications are proud to announce the roll-out of our “Nets Make a Difference” campaign to benefit 180 Turning Lives Around. Starting October 15, you will see our colorful nets in many locations all over. We will be collecting much-needed items for the victims of domestic and sexual abuse who are aided by this life-saving organization.
Domestic violence is willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual ...
Rumson-Fair Haven Field Hockey Starts Season
By Les Pierce
In the past two seasons, the Rumson- Fair Haven (RFH) field hockey team captured the Shore Conference Tournament Championship by defeating rival Shore Regional in the tournament final. This year, the Bulldogs faced that old rival in the opening game of the season and came away with a satisfying 2-0 victory.
RFH scored in the first half on a perfectly executed penalty corner. Junior midfielder Makenna Maguire inserted the ball to junior midfielder Lily Croddick, who steadied ...
October In Red Bank
By Gena Ansell-Lande
If you are looking for an excuse to get out and enjoy the impeding “sweater weather,” the town of Red Bank has you covered. With close to 400 eclectic businesses, Red Bank has a little something for everyone. From arcades and high fashion boutiques to plenty of places to wine and dine, this month is the ideal time to rediscover all this town has to offer. James Scavone, executive director of the Red Bank RiverCenter said, “Everyone should experience Red Bank in the ...
Police Reminder To Drive Safe With Schools Open
Sgt. Vincent Imperato and Ptl. Chris Cherney of the Holmdel Police Traffic Safety Unit offered the following message to drivers.
As the school year begins, all drivers are reminded to drive with extra caution when approaching and entering a school zone, entering onto school property, or approaching a school bus that is actively involved in receiving or discharging children.
In order to ensure the safety of our township’s school children, police personnel will be placing an added ...