day : 05/12/2016 4 results

American Youth Football Bulldogs Stop Unbeaten Long Branch

By Les Pierce Sometimes a single game defines the season for a football team. For the Rumson-Fair Haven junior midgets, that game was an upset 12-7 win over the division-leading undefeated Long Branch Green Wave. The Wave had run over opponents by 20-plus points in recent weeks and RFH’s sub-.500 record established them as the definitive underdog. Perhaps that status is what propelled the Bulldogs to a home field victory. The defenses dominated early, leading to a scoreless first ...

“Bridges At The Shore” Volunteers Gear Up For Annual Christmas Delivery

By Tony Senk While the efforts of volunteers of the Bridges at the Shore Outreach Program to bring friendship, food, clothing, companionship, and compassion to those needy in the Bayshore area are well appreciated year-round, their heartfelt and humanitarian efforts are especially important and needed around the holidays.       That’s why Bridges at the Shore program coordinator Kathy Logan is asking everyone in the Holmdel, Colts Neck, and Two Rivers area to take some time on ...

Middletown Honors Police With Thin Blue Line

In late October, a blue line was painted on a stretch of Kings Highway to show the township’s support and respect for Middletown’s Police Department.    “Middletown is very lucky to have so many outstanding officers serving on its police force. The blue line symbolizes our continuous support and respect for our police officers and all law enforcement,” said Mayor Gerry Scharfenberger, Ph.D. The blue line was painted in between the double yellow lines running along Kings Highway ...

Indian Hill Students Explore The Stars Inside School’s Digital Planetarium

Thanks to a gift from the Indian Hill Parent Liaison Group and the Village School Parent School Association, fifth grade science teacher Tom Woods helps students at Indian Hill School (IHS) identify and understand just what they might see under a starry sky on any given night in Holmdel. Having its own Star Lab Mini-Planetarium, which holds about 30 students at a time, for the last two years has allowed the school to use the lab in greater depth than when one was rented previously. Each ...