Gala Celebration For Holmdel Police Department’s 50th Anniversary
By Nicholas Deckmejian
It all began in 1966, under the leadership of Holmdel’s first chief of police, Joseph Phillips, who was joined by his son R. Bruce Phillips and John Brady as his only police officers to patrol what was then a sleepy rural community. In 1971, R. Bruce Phillips stepped into his father’s role to become the second police chief. He was succeeded, upon his retirement in 2004, by Chief Raymond Wilson. Today, the Holmdel Police Department – 39 full-time and two part-time ...
Medimorphosis Physician Assisted Weight Loss
The holiday season is rich in temptation. A thousand delicious reminders are everywhere, asking if you among the one-third of Americans who have been planning on taking control of your weight – and if so, what will you do?
You may have made many attempts at lasting weight loss and suffered through the self-doubt and letdowns. You may feel that controlling your weight is out of your control. But being overweight carries so many health risks, you can’t give up. If you are ready for a ...
Teen Scene: Julianna Poupard
By Lori Draz and Julianna Poupard
Welcome to Teen Scene, written by the great students of our area. Each month, our young authors write, in their own voice, stories that will educate and inform fellow students and parents about a variety of topics. We’d love to hear from you and we’ll help you polish it up, so don’t worry – let’s just get to sharing.
This month, 18-year-old Julianna Poupard – a senior in Ranney School’s Class of 2017, editor of the Ranney School student ...
The French Market
By Lori Draz
Rumson’s charming and unique store, The French Market, is a brand built on Carli Windsor’s passion for design and artful living, and the artisanal ideal that small, hand baked and prepared foods, personally culled and crafted items, and unique finds are better than the large and impersonal.
Part bistro, part curiosity shop, the idea of The French Market had been an evolving dream on Carli Windsor’s for many years. “I wanted people to feel transported to the French ...