FAIR HAVEN: COUNCIL ADDS TWO DEMOCRATS

meghan chrisner-keefe 010620Joined by her husband, James, and four children, Meghan Chrisner-Keefe recited her oath of office. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

By JOHN T. WARD

Democrats pulled even with Republicans on Fair Haven’s council council for the first time in memory Monday night.

But Meg Chrisner-Keefe and Mike McCue, the two newest members of the six-member governing body, both downplayed partisanship in brief interviews with redbankgreen.

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RED BANK: SNOW ACCUMULATION UNLIKELY

While the northwest portion of New Jersey may get a taste of wintry weather Monday and Tuesday, the Greater Green is likely to see little effect, according to the National Weather Service.

Snow and rain may fall Monday night, but with little or no accumulation in the outlook. Check out the extended forecast below. (NWS graphic. Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: INCH OR SO OF SNOW FORECAST

forecast 121119The second snowfall of the season was underway before dawn Wednesday, but expected to end by midmorning on the Greater Red Bank Green, according to the National Weather Service

An inch of accumulation was forecast, though with temperatures heading into the high 30s, it was not expected to have a considerable impact. Check out the extended forecast below. (NWS image. Click to enlarge.) Read More »

RED BANK: FAUX SNOW GIVES WAY TO RAIN

red bank winter on broad streetred bank winter on broad streetFaux snow in a walk-in globe and an artificial-ice skating rink turned a block of downtown Red Bank into a winter wonderland for kids Sunday afternoon.

The nip in the air and the wintry mood, however, will be washed away Monday. Expect rain through most of the day, with temperatures peaking in the mid-50s, according to the National Weather Service

The wet conditions are forecast to continue through Wednesday. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photos by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: SNOW DOG SETS THE PACE

Enjoying the first snowfall of the season, Jack Monroe of Red Bank had his hands full walking his dog, Finn, through the parking lot at Tower Hill Church Tuesday morning.

“He’s loving it,” said Monroe. “A half-hour walking is taking an hour because he keeps laying down in the snow.”

Finn won’t have long to enjoy it. With temperatures heading into the low 40s, by late afternoon, the snow was melting fast. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

RED BANK: STORM WATCHER

Recently returned for its second visit, a giant inflatable elf was in its native element as snow fell on downtown Red Bank Monday.

The 12-foot-tall Santa’s helper is perched atop the vacant former bank building at 55 Broad Street, owned by developer Saxum Real Estate. During the holiday season, the elf will “mysteriously move” among Saxum’s properties around New Jersey, the firm said in a press release.

On Tuesday, the elf will get to watch the two or three inches of accumulated snow melt away, as sunshine returns and temperatures peak in the low 40s, according to the National Weather ServiceCheck out the extended forecast below. (Photos by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: NO-PARKING ALERT ISSUED

Snow falling on Prospect Avenue in Red Bank Monday. (Photo by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

With up to four inches expected to fall overnight, Red Bank officials issued an alert Monday afternoon reminding residents to move their cars off all streets.

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RED BANK: WINTER STORM IN FORECAST

snow forecast 120219.pngA winter storm that’s expected to begin Monday and continue overnight could have modest effect on the Greater Red Bank Green, according to the National Weather Service

Expect morning rain turning to sleet in the afternoon, with snow mixing in starting around 3 p.m. Overnight, the storm is expected to leave between one to four inches locally and end around 4 a.m. Tuesday.

Areas to the immediate west and north, however, will see heavier accumulations, with possible impacts on transportation. 

Check out the extended forecast below. (NWS image. Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: CHRISTMAS COLOR IN AUTUMN

red bank kristin middleton 111619red bank holiday storefronts 111619 4Getting a jump on the Christmas season, Kristin Middleton of Ani Art Academy and a dozen other artists with Creative Red Bank painted holiday imagery on 48 downtown store windows over the weekend.

Weatherwise, seasonally cool autumn conditions prevail this week, starting with clouds and light rain Monday, according to the National Weather Service. Check out the extended forecast and additional photos below. (Photos by John T. Ward.  Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: WEEKEND WEATHER OUTLOOK

Chilly mornings on the Greater Red Bank appear to be the norm as we reach the midpoint of November. And while we’ll see peak daytime temperatures slightly above 50 degrees Friday, they’ll top out below 40 degrees on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service

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RED BANK: WINDY START FOR NOVEMBER

red bank halloween 103119 1red bank halloween 103119A gray afternoon provided an appropriate autumn setting for Halloween trick-or-treating in downtown Red Bank Thursday.

Then came powerful winds overnight, leaving multiple power outages on the Greater Red Bank Green, according to JCP&L’s outage map. A wind advisory issued by the National Weather Service  warned of wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour until noon Friday.

Wind aside, we’ll also see something that’s been missing in recent days: sunshine. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

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RED BANK: GOP CLAIMS WEST SIDE ADVOCACY

jonathan maciel penney 102419Jonathan Maciel Penney speaking at last week’s West Side Community Group forum. (Photo by Ben Forest. Click to enlarge.)

By JOHN T. WARD

ELECTION 2019In an effort to break the Democratic lock on the Red Bank council, this year’s Republican candidates have set their sights squarely on a Democratic stronghold: the West Side.

At events and in campaign literature, Allison Gregory and Jonathan Maciel Penney have sought to align themselves with minority groups and residents threatened with displacement from the West Side as a result of gentrification.

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RED BANK: HORGAN Q&A

RED BANK KATHY HORGANCouncilwoman Kathy Horgan. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019

Red Bank voters will choose two council members for three-year terms in the November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent Democrats Kathy Horgan and Erik Yngstrom and Republican challengers Allison Gregory and Jonathan Maciel Penney.

redbankgreen sent all candidates written questions. Here are Horgan’s responses.

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RED BANK: PENNEY Q&A

jonathan maciel penneyJonathan Maciel Penney. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019

Red Bank voters will choose two council members for three-year terms in the November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent Democrats Kathy Horgan and Erik Yngstrom and Republican challengers Allison Gregory and Jonathan Maciel Penney.

redbankgreen sent all candidates written questions. Here are Penney’s responses.

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RED BANK: YNGSTROM Q&A

Councilman Erik Yngstrom. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019

Red Bank voters will choose two council members for three-year terms in the November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent Democrats Kathy Horgan and Erik Yngstrom and Republican challengers Allison Gregory and Jonathan Maciel Penney.

redbankgreen sent all candidates written questions. Here are Yngstrom’s responses.

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RED BANK: GREGORY Q&A

red bank nj allison gregoryAllison Gregory. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019

Red Bank voters will choose two council members for three-year terms in the November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent Democrats Kathy Horgan and Erik Yngstrom and Republican challengers Allison Gregory and Jonathan Maciel Penney.

redbankgreen sent all candidates written questions. Here are Gregory’s responses.

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FAIR HAVEN: McCUE Q&A

fair haven mike mccueMike McCue. (Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019Two borough council seats are up for grabs in Fair Haven’s November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent incumbents Jon Peters and Jacquie Rice, both Republicans, and Democratic challengers Meg Chrisner-Keefe and Mike McCue.

Here are McCue’s written responses to questions posed to all Fair Haven candidates recently by redbankgreen.

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FAIR HAVEN: RICE Q&A

Jacquie Rice. (Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019Two borough council seats are up for grabs in Fair Haven’s November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent incumbents Jon Peters and Jacquie Rice, both Republicans, and Democratic challengers Meg Chrisner-Keefe and Mike McCue.

Here are Rice’s written responses to questions posed to all Fair Haven candidates recently by redbankgreen.

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FAIR HAVEN: CHRISNER-KEEFE Q&A

fair haven meghan chrisner-keefe 101519Meg Chrisner-Keefe. (Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019Two borough council seats are up for grabs in Fair Haven’s November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent incumbents Jon Peters and Jacquie Rice, both Republicans, and Democratic challengers Meg Chrisner-Keefe and Mike McCue.

Here are Chrisner-Keefe’s written responses to questions posed to all Fair Haven candidates recently by redbankgreen.

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FAIR HAVEN: PETERS Q&A

Jonathan Peters. (Click to enlarge.)

, ELECTION 2019Two borough council seats are up for grabs in Fair Haven’s November 5 election.

On the ballot are incumbent incumbents Jon Peters and Jacquie Rice, both Republicans, and Democratic challengers Meg Chrisner-Keefe and Mike McCue.

Here are Peters’ written responses to questions posed to all Fair Haven candidates recently by redbankgreen.

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RED BANK: WALKING WEATHER

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red bank crop walk 2019Rain forced a one-week postponement of the Red Bank Halloween parade Sunday. But the 39th annual Red Bank Crop Walk drew hundreds of participants who completed a five-mile circuit that began and ended at Red Bank Regional High.

Monday’s weather looks to be ideal for those who can get out for a stroll, according to the National Weather Service. Check out the extended forecast below. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)

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