Crime and arrest reports for the month of December, 2016, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department. This report is published unedited. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
December 1– An employee from a business on Oceanport Ave. reported Theft after discovering that a vehicle was stolen from their parking lot. Detective Sgt. Greg Oliva investigated.
December 2– Lisa Cranmer, 52, of Highlands, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Rumson Rd. for Driving While Intoxicated. P.O. Brian Conover made the arrest.
Red Bank’s streets got a treatment of brine Wednesday in anticipation of the first snowfall of 2017, expected to arrive Thursday evening, leaving one or two inches locally, according to the National Weather Service. Meantime, Thursday is expected to be chilly, with temperatures peaking at about 36 degrees. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Duck confit tater tots from Red Rock Tap + Grill. (Photo by Susan Ericson. Click to enlarge)
By SUSAN ERICSON
Soul-satisfying soups, beefy burgers, crusty pizzas…
From a year’s worth of lunches good, bad and inedible, PieHole‘s What’s For Lunch? feature picks the Top 10 of 2016.
Click to restaurant names to see complete individual reviews.
A passerby snaps a photo of an ice sculpture Foley Prep installed this week outside its office at the corner of Broad Street and Peters Place in Red Bank Tuesday. But even with the official start of winter with the solstice at 5:44 a.m. Wednesday, how long will the sculpture last? The National Weather Service forecasts that daytime temperatures through Sunday, Christmas Day, will be in the mid- to high-40s. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Crime and arrest reports for the month of November, 2016, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department. This report is published unedited. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
November 1– Samantha Abruzzo, 24, of Long Branch, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Sycamore Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Little Silver Municipal Court in the amount of $164.00. P.O. Brian Conover made the arrest.
Inspirational speaker Eric LeGrand (center) is pictured during his recent visit to Red Bank Regional, surrounded by just a few of his fans. Left to right: Ella Brockway; Richard Bakalian; Dontrell Alston; Jalen Willis; Luke Jurek; Tyrese Morris; Al Zager, ESQ (Class of 1966); Risa Clay (Principal, RBR); Dr. Bill Setaro (Class of 1966); Evenel Garriao.
Press release from Red Bank Regional High School
“My head coach told me to pray,” recalled Eric LeGrand of the fateful day in 2010, and the play that changed his life forever. “I thought my life was over.”
Speaking from the stage of the Red Bank Regional High School auditorium, the former Rutgers football star recounted in a soft-spoken voice the moment of impact to his head, when he suddenly could no longer take a breath. He described the blur of the next few days, when he would wake intermittently to a room full of doctors and later to an empty room filled with noisy machines. Then, finally one day he opened his eyes to the delight of smiling loved ones and teammates. He remembers being excited that the former coach of the NFL’s Giants came to visit him — and he considers himself fortunate for not initially knowing the magnitude of his condition at the time, having broken his C3 and C4 vertebrae.
On Tuesday, December 7, RBR welcomed the motivational speaker who, after being paralyzed from an injury sustained during his junior year, went on to work as a sports broadcaster, support a foundation dedicated to curing paralysis, and lead a most inspirational and consequential life. LeGrand’s visit was made possible in part by a grant from the Red Bank High School Class of 1966.
Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon, seen here at Rumson’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade last March, announced plans Friday to run for the 13th-District state Senate seat being vacated by Joe Kyrillos.
O’Scanlon’s announcement sets up a Republican primary battle with his 13th-District colleague and fellow Republican Assemblywoman Amy Handlin of Lincroft, who told the Asbury Park Press on Thursday that she is seeking Kyrillo’s spot.
By JOHN T. WARD
Aided by a trio of specially trained sniffing dogs, environmental detectives have zoomed in on particular locations in three towns that may be at least partly responsible for a recent spike in bacteria levels in the Navesink River, they reported Wednesday night.
At the final Rally for the Navesink event of 2016 organized after a ban on shellfish harvesting from 566 acres of the river last February, a coalition of groups identified specific sites where leaking sanitary sewer lines or septic systems in Red Bank, Fair Haven and Middletown may be contributing bacteria from human waste.
Two days of rain, and one of fog, were expected to end Thursday, initiating a string of partly sunny days through the weekend and into next week, according to the National Weather Service. (Click to enlarge.)
Clouds over the New York City skyline, as seen from Sandy Hook Sunday afternoon. Tuesday’s forecast includes periods of rain, with as much as an inch of accumulation possible, and gusting winds of up to 36 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Five months after the series began in response to a sharp increase in fecal coliform contamination, a final Rally for the Navesink event of 2016 has been scheduled.
Organized by Clean Ocean Action and a handful of environmental advocacy groups, the periodic rallies began in June, attracting sizable audiences and offering both science-heavy updates on water quality and practical tips on keeping pollutants out of the waterway.
Vegetarian choices on the lunch menu at Graze include bourbon-glazed carrot soup and a mac-and-cheese casserole. (Photo by Susan Ericson. Click to enlarge)
By SUSAN ERICSON
Now once again open for lunch, the Little Silver restaurant is luxuriously relaxed in pace, aesthetic and culinary concept, even as kitchen staffers thrive on challenging themselves to come up with dishes with a surprising twist.
Servicemen and women will be among the local resident who gather at the monument to war veterans at Monmouth Street and Drummond Place in Red Bank for a Veterans Day commemoration Friday. Click “read more” for town-by-town events on the Green. (Click photos to enlarge)
Crime and arrest reports for the month of October, 2016, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department. This report is published unedited. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
October 1– Vanessa Kingsley, 49, of Lincoln Park, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Lincoln Park Municipal Court in the amount of $154.00. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. made the arrest.
October 2– Darnile Williams, 30, of Asbury Park, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Prospect Ave. for Possession of Marijuana Under 50 Grams and an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Ocean Township Municipal Court in the amount of $555.00. P.O. Joseph Glynn, Jr. made the arrest.
The forecast for Tuesday, election day, is for sunshine and temperatures peaking in the low 60s, so there’s no excuse in the weather not to vote. Polling stations are open from 6 a.m to 8 p.m. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
By JOHN T. WARD
In an email to supporters Tuesday, the nine-term Republican senator cited “the constraints and frustrations of serving in the minority” and the legislative “process” as factors in his decision.
With light layers that move easily in the breeze, somebody on River Road in Fair Haven is ready for the cool and gusty weather in Monday’s forecast by the National Weather Service.
Speaking of Fair Haven and weather, after its second rain-out Saturday, the borough’s Trucktoberfest will try again this Saturday, but with earlier hours: noon to 7 p.m. There will also be a Halloween angle, as vendors will allow trick-or-treating at their sites, says Councilwoman Susan Sorenson. (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge.)
The vivid colors of autumn, seen here on Ridge Road in Fair on Thursday, are expected to be a bit washed out Friday, when rain, heavy at times, visits the Greater Red Bank Green. As much as an inch may fall, according to the National Weather Service. which could make the “Battle of Ridge Road” football game between Red Bank Regional and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional, in Little Silver, a soggy affair.
The outlook is somewhat better for Saturday, when Fair Haven’s Trucktoberfest — rescheduled from a rainout earlier last month — is slated for Fair Haven Fields. redbankgreen will have more details about that event in a separate post. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
About 100 Little Silver residents, joined by Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno, celebrated the completion of restoration work on the three barns at the Parker Homestead Sunday.
The structures, the oldest of which is believed to have been built in the 1790s, and the Parker farm site on which they sit are “as important as Jamestown” in the history of America, Mayor Bob Neff told the crowd.
The restoration, funded with a $250,000 Monmouth County Open Spaces grant, was completed after a dispute with a contractor was resolved and a second contractor, Drill Construction, came on board in January, said Keith Wells, a trustee for the nonprofit Parker Homestead 1665 Inc., the nonprofit that oversaw the project. Two carpenters, Joe Rubel and Mike Cerniglia, were credited for work.
Click the “read more” for additional photos. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
A cheeky effigy created using pumpkins at the Warwick Gardens complex in Red Bank makes clear that the season we’re in is autumn. But the National Weather Service forecast, including daytime peak temperatures in the high 70s to low 80s through Thursday, seemed to indicate a return to summer. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Crime and arrest reports, unedited, for the month of September, 2016, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
September 5- Pablo Baltazar, 21, of Ridgewood, NY, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Sayreville Municipal Court in the amount of $500.00. P.O. Taylor Doremus made the arrest.
September 5- A resident from Woodland St. reported a Theft after a known subject stole a bicycle from the front yard. P.O. Frank Salerno investigated.
Crime and arrest reports, unedited, for the month of August, 2016, as provided by the Little Silver Police Department. For additional information, please scroll to the bottom of this post.
August 4- Trevor Brian, 23, of Tinton Falls, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for Driving While Intoxicated. P.O. Brian Conover made the arrest.
August 6- Courtney Calderon, 28, of Ocean, NJ, was arrested following a motor vehicle stop on Branch Ave. for an active Contempt of Court warrant out of the Asbury Park Municipal Court in the amount of $101.00. P.O. Brian Miller made the arrest.