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CILU Hosts Picture Presentation On Tanzania

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the October presentation planned by the Citizens for Informed Land Use (CILU) was moved to the November meeting. Please see below for details on the rescheduled date: Steve Strickland, amateur photographer and Citizens for Informed land Use (CILU) board member, will give a slideshow presentation on his experiences in Tanzania, where he ascended Mt. Kilimanjaro – at 19,341 feet, the highest point in Africa and one of the Seven Summits. Afterwards, he spent ...

Joseph McGovern Jr., USMC Honored by Fair Haven School Community

A ceremony was held on September 26 to honor Joseph (Joe) McGovern Jr., who graduated eighth grade at Knollwood School in Fair Haven in 2012. Joe’s photo has been added to the school’s Wall of Honor display, featuring graduates who are proudly serving their country in the armed forces. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps during his senior year at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School, where he graduated in 2016. In the spring of his senior year at RFH, he received the prestigious “Ame...

Shrewsbury Community Garden Wraps Up Fifth Year

The Shrewsbury Community Garden (SCG) celebrated another year of successful gardening at the annual SCG Harvest Festival, which was held on Sunday, September 18 at the borough’s memorial gazebo. More than 60 gardeners and their families turned out for the annual event. Most members brought a dish to share, made with ingredients from their garden plot. This year, in recognition of the garden’s fifth anniversary (the SCG opened in July of 2011), the committee published a cookbook with recipes ...

Books For Cooks: Burger Stroganoff

By MaryAnn Miano Don’t throw it out! Don’t dispose of the pint of heavy cream you used only once for a recipe. Don’t be upset at the egg yolks you’re wasting after making a merengue. Maybe you have half a can of tomato paste growing old in your refrigerator. These things have purpose and meaning in your life! There is a cookbook to help you figure out what to do with all those partly used packaged foods that plague you. “Half a Can of Tomato Paste & Other Culinary Dilemmas...

Colts Neck Alum Finds Athletic Success At Rutgers

Colts Neck High School grad Emily Mills is having great success as a collegiate golfer at Rutgers University, where she is a junior and captain of the women’s golf team. In her time as a Scarlet Knight, Emily has set the school record for lowest three-round total and lowest single-round score, as well as being named a two-time Division I All-America Scholar and Big Ten All-Academic selection. Most recently, she won the Rutgers Invitational on September 17 to begin the season. Emily got ...

Middletown Township Fire Department Conducts Live Training Drill

Early Sunday morning, over 150 local volunteer firefighters from Middletown Township Fire Department and Monmouth County Fire Departments from Cheesequake, Hazlet, Holmdel, Keansburg, Matawan, North Centerville and Union Beach participated in a large scale training exercise to practice the deployment of water two “pipelines” at Sandy Hook's Fort Hancock Officer's Row. Starting at 8:00am, the Middletown Township Fire Department Pipeline Strike Team (also known as Monmouth County Pipeline ...

Flash Mob Dance Returns to Red Bank on World Kindness Day

Life Vest Inside, a non-profit organization on a mission to empower and unite the world with kindness, is organizing its 5th Annual World Wide “Dance for Kindness” event to take place on November 13th in Red Bank.  This flash mob dance is a part of the global celebrations that will take place on World Kindness Day promoting kindness, compassion and empathy. On November 13th, local residents and schools will unite with over 100 locations spanning across 50 countries to dance under the ...