For the second day in a row, a wildlife officer was called out to the corner of Brown Place and South Street in Red Bank to care for a raccoon pup that had fallen from a nest about 20 feet above the ground.
Red Bank is negotiating a deal under which the developer would satisfy a “significant” portion of the town’s affordable housing obligation, a lawyer told the board. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
By JOHN T. WARD
The site of a vacant office building in Red Bank is a key element in meeting the borough’s affordable housing obligations, a lawyer told the planning board Monday night.
Longtime Yes keyboard wizard Rick Wakeman joins that classic band’s original vocalist Jon Anderson and 80s-era guitarist Trevor Rabin at the Count Basie.
Is it Yes? Actually, no… but then again maybe.
In a week when Yes was nominated (for the third time) for a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Red Bank area fans can get a major reminder of what made that prog-rock institution so special when three of its celebrated veterans take the stage of the Count Basie Theatre Wednesday night.
Recent activity reports, unedited, as provided by the Middletown Township Police Department.
On September 21, 2011 at approximately 1:55 pm police responded to the Thassian Mechanical Contractors Business located on Highway 36 in reference to a report of a burglary in progress. Upon arrival a witness advised officers that they had observed a subject attempting to pry his way into the building with a crow bar. The witness provided the officer with the suspect’s description which was broadcasted to patrols in the area.
Classic rock legend Peter Frampton comes to Red Bank with an all-acoustic concert at the Count Basie Tuesday night.
“It’s all gone,” said Peter Frampton during a TV appearance several years ago, indicating the nearly hairless head where once resided one of the most luxurious manes in all of classic rockdom. “And it’s not coming back.”
Fortunately, the platinum-plated guitarist/ singer/ songwriter hasn’t shed his easy rapport with a live audience, and when he comes to the stage of Red Bank’s Count Basie Theatre Tuesday night, he’ll be serving up selections from his long career raw, as part of an all-acoustic tour.
Crime and arrest reports, unedited, as provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of May 5 to May 19, 2016.
Theft: Theft of items from a trailer. On 5-10-16 the victim reported that a male subject was located on his property in the area of S. Pearl St, removing items (copper wiring in the amount of $7,800.00). The accused was arrested at the scene. Ptl. Shane Dengel.
Theft: Theft of a wallet. The victim reported that on May 7, 2016 her wallet was taken by a subject after leaving an establishment located on Broad St. The victim believes that the subject in question picked up her wallet while she was sitting on a curb. The wallet contained approximately $500.00 in currency. Lt. Robert Kennedy.
The crime reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of February 1 to February 8, 2013. This information is unedited.
Attempted theft occurring on 2-3-13 at Chapin Avenue. Victim reported that unknown person(s) cut several locks off of lockers in mens locker room of nursing home. Unknown what was stolen at this time. Ptl. Paul Perez.
Burglary occurring on 2-5-13 at Catherine St. residence. Victim reported that unknown person(s) gained entry into residence through basement window and stole cash. Ptl. Nicholas Maletto.