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RED BANK: PADDLE THE NAVESINK DAY
RED BANK: Navesink Maritime Heritage hosts Paddle the Navesink Day at Maple Cove for those interested in canoeing, kayaking and more.
Remember: Nothing makes a Red Bank friend happier than to hear "I saw you on Red Bank Green!"
VIRTUAL: TALK ON ACCESS TO COUNTY WATERS
VIRTUAL: Navesink Maritime Heritage Association hosts an online talk about recreational water access within the park system.
RED BANK: Better understanding of the sources of bacterial contamination prompts restart of kids' boating program suspended last summer.
ON THE GREEN: PADDLE, SKIM, RUNBIKESWIM
ON THE GREEN: Local Summer continues with the annual returns of Paddle the Navesink Day, Skimbash Sea Bright and the Iron Girl Triathlon.
RUMSON: CLINGING JELLYFISH GONE FOR NOW?
RUMSON: Sea nettles may have eaten this year's bloom of highly toxic clinging jellyfish. But no one knows when they might be back.
RED BANK: ONCE MORE ‘ROUND THE RIVER
RED BANK: The sixth annual Paddle the Navesink Day takes to the local waters on Saturday, September 10.
SANDY HOOK: CLINGING JELLYFISH TARGETED
SANDY HOOK: American Littoral Society seeks the public's help looking into clinging, stinging jellyfish.
SHREWSBURY: Free films, guest speakers, info displays and more, during a Sun, Sea and Surf Expo at the Eastern Branch Library on July 21.
RED BANK: Citing concerns over bacterial pollution and stinging jellyfish, organizers cancel this summer's River Rangers program.
RED BANK: RIVER RANGERS ARE GO FOR 2016
Kids ages 10 to 14 are invited to sign up for the summertime River Rangers canoeing and recreation program, hosted by Navesink Maritime Heritage Association.
RED BANK: MARINE SANCTUARY BLASTED
With the basement meeting room already full, an overflow crowd gathered on the library’s main floor hoping to be allowed in Wednesday night. Below, the sanctuary would include Sandy HookContinue reading "RED BANK: MARINE SANCTUARY BLASTED"
ON THE GREEN: MARINE SANCTUARY PROPOSED
An effort to create a “water-based equivalent of a National Park” covering Sandy Hook Bay, the Shrewsbury and Navesink rivers and their tributaries is the subject of upcoming informational sessions, one ofContinue reading "ON THE GREEN: MARINE SANCTUARY PROPOSED"
RED BANK: HOTCAKES FOR SEA SCOUTS
Monmouth Boat Club is the scene of a Sunday morning breakfast fundraiser, to benefit the BSA's local Sea Scouts program for young men and women.
RED BANK: RIVER PADDLING UNDERWAY
Rowers, kayakers, canoers, standup paddlers and others gathered at Red Bank’s Maple Cove Saturday afternoon for the fifth edition of Paddle the Navesink Day. The free, get-aquainted-with-the-waterway event runs until 4 p.m.,Continue reading "RED BANK: RIVER PADDLING UNDERWAY"
RED BANK: TAKE IT TO THE RIVER
Rowers, kayakers, canoers, standup paddlers and the just-plain-interested are invited to Maple Cove this Saturday, when Paddle the Navesink Day offers area residents a new perspective on Red Bank’s mostContinue reading "RED BANK: TAKE IT TO THE RIVER"
RED BANK: DIFFERENT STROKES ON THE RIVER
Nice gig if you can get it… and you can, if you come down to Marine Park on Saturday.  It’s called a “gig” boat… that is, when it’s not beingContinue reading "RED BANK: DIFFERENT STROKES ON THE RIVER"
The borough-based Navesink Maritime Heritage Association (NMHA) has announced that its celebrated River Rangers canoeing program for children ages 10-14 is now open to registrations for Summer 2015 programs in July andContinue reading "RED BANK: RIVER RANGERS ARE GO FOR 2015"
MIDDLETOWN: ONE LAST PADDLE FOR 2014
Chris’s River Plaza Marina is the setting for a final seasonal session of canoeing on the Swimming River, this Sunday afternoon. If there’s something especially bittersweet about a last chanceContinue reading "MIDDLETOWN: ONE LAST PADDLE FOR 2014"
RED BANK: PADDLE DAY RESURFACES
They lined up for a chance to kayak, row and sail our beautiful river when Paddle the Navesink Day returned after a one-year absence Sunday. Navesink River Rowing, the MonmouthContinue reading "RED BANK: PADDLE DAY RESURFACES"
RED BANK: UP THE RIVER, WITH PADDLE
Participants of all ages and skill levels are invited to take it to the river on Sunday, when Paddle the Navesink Day returns to cover the Red Bank waterfront. (PhotoContinue reading "RED BANK: UP THE RIVER, WITH PADDLE"
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DOUBLE DYLAN IN RED BANK
Trucks for a production company filming what one worker said was a Bob Dylan biography have lined Monmouth Street the past two days with cre ...
AFTER THE RAIN
A pear tree branch brought down by a brief overnight storm left a lovely tableau on the sidewalk in front of Red Bank's Riverside Gardens Pa ...
CONE OF UNCERTAINTY
Asked by a redbankgreen reporter why these cones were on top of cars, the owner of the car in the foreground responded: “That’s ...
RAIL RIDER’S VIEW
A commuter's view of Cooper's Bridge and the Navesink River from North Jersey Coast Line train 3320 out of Red Bank Tuesday morning.
PUT ME IN COACH!
Red Bank T-Ball kicked off at East Side park on Saturday morning. The brisk weather proved to be no deterrent to the young players, ranging ...
IT’S A SIGN!
Once proudly declaring its all-but-certain arrival in Spring 2019, the project previously known as Azalea Gardens springs to life again with ...
SPRINGTIME MEMORIES OF CARL
The Easter Bunny getup and St. Patrick’s Day hat that belonged to longtime Red Bank crossing guard and neighborhood smile-creator Carl ...
RED TRUCKS AT RED ROCK
A small dishwasher fire at Red Rock Tap and Grill was put out quickly by firefighters overnight, causing minimal damage. Red Bank Fire Depar ...
CREATIVE COVER UP
The windows of Pearl Street Consignment on Monmouth Street were smashed when a driver crashed their car through them injuring an employee la ...
THEY’RE BACK!
Ospreys returned to the skies over Red Bank this week for the first time since they migrated to warmer climes in late fall. With temperature ...
SPRING IS SPRUNG
RED BANK: Spring 2024 arrives on the Greater Red Bank Green with the vernal equinox at 11:06 p.m. Tuesday.
RED BANK’S FINEST – AND NEWEST
Red Bank Police Officer Eliot Ramos was sworn in as the force’s newest patrolman Thursday, and if you’re doing a double take thinkin ...
EASTER EGG MAYHEM AT THE PARK
An errant whistle spurred an unexpectedly early start to the Spring Egg Hunt on Sunday, which had been scheduled to begin at eggsactly 11am ...
PRESEASON DOCKWORK
RED BANK: With winter winding down, marina gets ready for boating season with some dockwork on our beautiful Navesink River.
CORNED BEEF AND DISCO FRIES?
It’s Friday, and smart Lent-observing Leprechauns know the pot of gold at the end of Red Bank’s rainbow is actually the deliciou ...
SURFBOARD DITCHED
It’s a violation of etiquette in surfing to ditch your board.  (it could hit another surfer and hurt them). But someone appears to ha ...
ELSIE, TAKE ME WITH YOU!
Soaked by pouring rain with the temperature hovering in the low 40’s, this sign in the window of Elsie’s Subs on Monmouth Street ...
WALK THIS WAY
PARTYLINE: Before-and-afters of a sidewalk cleanup on West Street.
SOGGY NOTION
RED BANK: Breezeway sculpture captured the mood downtown as heavy rains fell Saturday morning.
HOME DELIVERY
RED BANK: After a subdivision, an instant house rises on a new Catherine Street lot.