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Pilgrim Baptist Church Annual Men’s Day Celebration

Pilgrim Baptist Church of Red Bank, held it’s annual Men’s Day Celebration on Sunday, June 25 at their 8am & 11am Worship Services.  The services featured the music ministry of the Pilgrim Men’s Day Choir and inspirational messages by Rev Arnold Jeter (8am) and Minister Denzel Donaldson (11am). The Men’s Ministry & Fellowship meets on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 8am.  All men are […]

Vietnam Veterans The Focus Of A New Study: Looking Back To Build A Better Future

A grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission will enable the first-ever systematic collection, compilation and presentation of important demographic and sociological data describing Vietnam veterans from New Jersey. The initial phase targets those Vets and their families who were living in Monmouth County at the time they were drafted or enlisted to serve in the Vietnam War. Principal investigator, Jess Le Vine, a faculty […]

Route 34/CR 537 Funding Secured

On Thursday, June 22, the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders authorized the execution of a $21.3 million agreement with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to move the plan to widen the intersection of State Route 34 at County Route 537 (Route 34/CR 537) and replace two bridges closer to the start of construction. “This is great news for everyone who travels through the most […]

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RFH Girls’ Track Squads Capture Relay Titles

The Rumson-Fair Haven girls’ track team brought home titles in two different events at the Monmouth County Relay Championships on May 4 in Long Branch. The Bulldogs were victorious in one of the most exciting events of the day, the 4 by 200 meter relay, a race that requires precision exchanges at high speeds. Sophomore Maddie Orr led off and passed the baton to Kaitlyn […]

Sylvia’s Children Seeks Brass Instruments for Ugandan School Marching Band

For 14 years, Sylvia’s Children, founded by New Jersey businesswoman and philanthropist Sylvia Allen, has worked vigorously to improve the lives of more than 1,000 children living in a small village in the East African nation of Uganda, by constructing additional classrooms, sleeping quarters, and even a mini hospital. As the Mbiriizi Advanced Primary School has grown immensely, so has its need for additional resources […]

Sea Bright Selects Contractor for the Beachfront Pavilion

On April 4, the Sea Bright Council that Kelso Construction Company of Manasquan was selected to construct the borough’s new beachfront pavilion. There were 10 contractors vying for the assignment. Kelso Construction presented the lowest bid among the reputable construction companies and was awarded a $3.85 million contract by the Sea Bright Council. Nearly $5 million was bonded in anticipation of the project through a […]