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RED BANK: LIVER DONOR SOUGHT FOR INFANT

edie o'neill 012120.jpgEdie Rose O’Neill has been in intensive care in Philadelphia for the past 10 days. (Click photo to enlarge.)

A Red Bank couple is desperate to find “the perfect, needle-in-a-haystack” organ donor for their ailing infant daughter.

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ON THE GREEN: ECSTATIC LEAPS INTO SUMMER

Summer arrived on the Greater Red Bank Green (and, possibly, elsewhere) with the solstice Saturday evening, and redbankgreen found no shortage of local folks ready to demonstrate their joy with an ecstatic jump.

Among them, as you’ll see if you scroll all the way to the end, was an infant and her family with something special to celebrate. (Photos by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge. Jump to feel young.)

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RED BANK: LIVER TRANSPLANT SCHEDULED

edie rose o'neillEdie Rose O’Neill and her mom’s cousin, Becky O’Neill, were slated for transplant surgery Friday morning. (Click photo to enlarge.)

[UPDATE, February 6: Edie Rose O’Neill continues improve in Philadelphia hospital, grandfather Ed O’Neill tells redbankgreen. Organ donor Becky O’Neill has been released, he says.] [UPDATE, February 3: “Edie & Becky have safely made it through their surgeries and are both resting in hospitals across the street from one another,” Bridget O’Neill wrote on Facebook Friday night.]

A Red Bank couple hope they have found “the perfect, needle-in-a-haystack” organ donor they’ve been seeking for their ailing infant daughter.

And the donor is a member of the family.

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‘RAH-RAH’ ARCHITECTS SET SIGHTS ON PS5

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The ingredients are compelling, to say the least.

There’s a handsome West Side school building built in 1912 with great bones, but nestled in a neighborhood that sorely needs fresh economic and aesthetic blood.

There’s a high-profile architectural firm, one that loves reimagining old buildings in non-traditional ways.

And there are the firm’s two partners, a couple of admitted “Red Bank rah-rahs,” one of then a founding board member and past chairman of RiverCenter.

The mixing has begun.

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