Little Silver Board of Education Achieves Certified Board Status
In late September, Carolyn Kossack, Superintendent of Schools in Little Silver, proudly announced that the Little Silver Board of Education had completed their final credit to receive Board Member Certification. To receive this certification, board members were required to attend programs in at least four of the CBM (Certified Board Member) core areas, which include: 1. Sustainability, 2. Advocacy, 3. Communications, 4. Labor Relations, 5. Finance, 6. Leadership, 7. Governance, 8. District ...
Total Hip Replacement For A Dog With Hip Dysplasia
By Thomas D. Scavelli, DVM, DACVS
Garden State Veterinary Specialists
Hip dysplasia is an abnormal development and growth of the hip joint. Both hips are usually affected, but only one hip may show symptoms. The onset of clinical signs may not occur in both hips simultaneously. Hip dysplasia is manifested by varying degrees of laxity or looseness of the muscles and ligaments around the hip joint, with instability and malformation of the joint components. Arthritis is the long-term ...
Home Improvement Program
Does your home need repairs? Holmdel Township invites you to apply for the Holmdel Home Improvement Program. You can receive up to $22,000 in repairs. Eligible uses of funds include roofs and foundations, heating and electrical, plumbing and septic, windows and insulation, and more.
If you live in Holmdel, own your home, and your total gross annual household income falls below the income limit for your household size, you may qualify to participate in the program. Income limits are as ...
Red Bank For The Holidays
By Gena Ansell-Lande
The holiday season is fast approaching! Pretty soon the streets will be lit up, the ground covered in snow, and the town of Red Bank will resemble a winter wonderland. Before it gets too cold to venture out, be sure and take advantage of all the town has to offer this month.
Holiday Express Concert & Town Lighting
November 25 – festivities at Red Bank Train Station begin at 5:30 p.m.
The 24th Annual Holiday Express Concert, Town Lighting, and Santa ...
Sun Shines On Middletown Day
By Gena Ansell-Lande
On a sunny day in September, the town of Middletown came together to celebrate Middletown Day, held this year on September 24. This annual event held at Croydon Hall boasts activities for folks of all ages. From the llamas and other animals at the petting zoo, to the business and community showcase and live music, this is a day that appeals to all ages.
Just some of the informative displays included the Poricy Park exhibit, where visitors learned about nature and ...
Monmouth Artists Bring Home State Honors
Three Monmouth County residents came up winners in the 2016 statewide senior citizen art contest coordinated by Mercer County’s Division of Cultural Heritage and Office on Aging.
Michael Ferrara of Hazlet, Sol Hara of Ocean Township and Sharon Steinhorn of Marlboro were recognized among the more than 200 entries in the professional and nonprofessional categories.
“It is great to see these talented artists recognized at the State level for their truly exceptional work,” said ...
Remarks from Monmouth County Freeholder Lillian G. Burry in Support of the Resolution on MCIA Fort Monmouth project
Anyone who lives in Monmouth County is likely to be very aware of many of the good things county government provides like roads, parks and libraries. However, one of the most important and valuable things the County provides is known to relatively few. That's the role the County plays in enhancing the financial resources of others. This is done in a number of ways.
Sometimes it's by providing a share of the price for preserving farmland to bring larger amounts of state dollars to the deal. ...
Construction begins on new Monmouth County Fire Academy Training Center
Construction of the new Monmouth County Fire Academy Training Center commenced in October. The 3,900 square foot pre-manufactured building has been specifically designed for fire training exercises and simulations and offers numerous features not available at the current facility. The modernized Center will feature a four-story tower, a two-story reproduction of retail and residential building layouts, as well as a one-story section. The orientation of the building will allow ...
“Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” Gallops Into RFH November 18th, 19th, and 20th
It’s another winner for the Tower Players of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School as the hilarious farce “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight” makes its way to the stage. Performances are set for Friday, November 18th and Saturday, November 19th at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, November 20that 1 p.m.
Tickets are ten dollars for general admission, and six dollars for students and seniors. Admission is free for RFH students with an SGA card.
Outrageous fun for audiences of all ages, ...
36th Candlelight Concert at All Saints’ Memorial Church
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO) Chamber Players return for the 36th annual Candlelight Concert at All Saints’ (“The Stone Church”), 202 Navesink Avenue, Navesink, N.J. on November 20th, at 4 p.m. The Players will perform a quartet from Felix Mendelssohn and from Johannes Brahms. A gala reception will follow in the church parish house. Ticket price $35 pp; for more information by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 732-872-0158.