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BROADWALK POOCH PARTY BRINGS OUT BIG AND SMALL
Broadwalk's first weekend of the year starts with a bark, as scores of dogs head to the pedestrian plaza for the Yappy Hour event. Check out the smile-inducing array of dogtastic photos. (click for more)
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RED BANK: ‘YAPPY HOUR’ SET FOR BROADWALK
RED BANK: Broadwalk is slated to return next week. And it will quickly go to the dogs, event organizers hope. (Click for more.)
RED BANK: CIVIC-MINDED DOG KILLED BY POISON
A beloved St. Bernard known for attending Red Bank council meetings was among five dogs found poisoned 100 years ago this week. Throwback.
RED BANK: PAWSING TO ENJOY ‘DOG DAYS’
RED BANK: Check out redbankgreen's photos from the annual sniffathon known as Dog Days, held Saturday in Marine Park.
LITTLE SILVER: POLICE FIND MISSING DOG
LITTLE SILVER: After 10 days, police recover dog taken by 'good Samaritans' and reunite her with her owner on Thanksgiving.
LITTLE SILVER: ‘GOOD SAMARITANS’ KEEP DOG
LITTLE SILVER: A week after good Samaritans drove off with a loose dog, she hasn't been returned, owner says.
RED BANK: DOGS AGAIN FROLIC IN PARK
RED BANK: Like a dog aroused by the smell of food, Dog Days of Summer snapped back to life in Marine Park Saturday. Photos galore.
RED BANK: POLICE FREE JAZZED-UP DOG
RED BANK: Jazzed-up dog en route to Jazz in the Park concert accidentally locks himself in car, prompting police rescue, owner says.
RED BANK: ANIMAL JOB ENDANGERED
RED BANK: Animal control officer's job appears doomed; borough "is not not a pest control company," says McConnell, citing non-emergencies.
RED BANK: ANIMAL SERVICE BACK ON AGENDA
RED BANK: On council's workshop agenda: a change that would cost residents $90 an hour to remove wild animals from inside homes. That's now free.
RED BANK: WHAT’S ON AGENDA, AND NOT
RED BANK: On the council agenda: animal control change on hold; Saxum seeks new site designation; charter study measure advancing and more.
LITTLE SILVER: ATTENTION HOG GETS SOME
LITTLE SILVER: Pet pig escapes his backyard pen.
RED BANK: GETTING FED, AND HELPING TO FEED
RED BANK: With food insecurity rising in the COVID-19 crisis, charities are helping keep families fed. Here's where to get food and make cash donations.
RED BANK: FREE MEALS AT BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
RED BANK: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Monmouth County unit on Drs. Parker Boulevard is helping feed the community's hungry with free meals five nights a week.
RED BANK: LUNCH BREAK HELPS FEED PETS
RED BANK: Lunch Break and the Monmouth County SPCA team up to help feed the pets of area residents hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
RED BANK: HUNT FOR GRANTS CONTINUES
RED BANK: No money has yet come in from grants a contractor helped the borough apply for, but officials hope the pump is now primed.
RED BANK: ‘DOG DAYS’ ROMPS IN PARK
RED BANK: Whelped five years ago on Monmouth Street, 'Dog Days' returns with a romp in Marine Park for several hundred canines and their human companions. Photos galore.
RED BANK: MEETING ENDS WITH BELLY RUB
RED BANK: Councilwoman Linda Schwabenbauer's dog had free run of the room at a special meeting of the borough council Monday night.
RED BANK: ‘DOG DAYS’ RETURN
RED BANK: Getting a later start than in years past, the 2017 edition of he popular, pet-friendly outing known as Dog Days returns this month.
RUMSON: CHURCH GOING TO THE DOGS
Pets and their human companions are welcome at a new animal-friendly worship service launched by St. George’s-by-the-River in Rumson last month. The service is held on the second Saturday ofContinue reading "RUMSON: CHURCH GOING TO THE DOGS"
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SNAPPING IN THE BREEZE
RED BANK: Blustery winds had the flags in Riverside Gardens Park snapping Monday evening.
POWER LINE DOWN
Red Bank firefighters were on scene at Manor Drive dealing with a live power line Monday afternoon. There was no immediate report of fire. T ...
TAR BEACH SOLSTICE
Aldo Quiroz of Ocean Township came ready with his beach chair and found a shady spot to spend his lunch hour in a parking lot off Broad Stre ...
GOING GREY
Workers painting the stone facade of the PNC Bank at the corner of Broad and Harding Thursday morning. An upgrade? Maybe it’s just pri ...
COFFEE & WILDLIFE
RED BANK: The best wildlife show in town can be taken in from a waterfront bench outside the public library, and it's totally free.
FAWNING OVER HER BABY
A mother deer and her fawn were spotted between a row of garages on Hudson Avenue and some trees alongside the Broad Street parking lots. Re ...
EVENING ESCAPE
RED BANK: Sailors in Monmouth Boat Club's weekly racing series found tranquil conditions on the Navesink River Tuesday evening.
PEAK COLOR ON BROAD
RED BANK: A year after they were installed, downtown mini gardens have added to "transformational" improvements, says business owner.
RED BANK: FAIRIES MOVE IN ON WHITE STREET
Red Bank: Girl scouts turns tiny parking lot plot of dirt into a "magical girls sparkle garden."
TRAINING UNDER FIRE
RED BANK: Volunteer firefighters train to cut into pitched roofs under active fire conditions.
“SUPERMOM” WANTS YOUR VOTE
Business owner. Dyed in the wool, lifelong Red Banker. Mother of six. Yup, seems like Anita Pierce does it all. In other words, she’s ...
SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS
RED BANK: Town prepares for Saturday's Pride in the Park celebration with another lawn art design by public works supervisor and Fire Chief ...
MOVIES VIA LIBRARY
RED BANK: Public Library now offers members access to streaming movies via Kanopy, with some 30,000 titles and tons of content for kids.
NEW RAINBOW CROSSWALK ON BROWN PLACE
Kicking off pride month, some Brown Place and Spring Street residents, ages 5 to 11, constructed a rainbow crosswalk with chalk over the wee ...
WHAT TO WEAR?
RED BANK: Dressmakers' mannequins appeared to mull what to wear as they looked down on Monmouth Street last week.
SYMPHONY RETURNS JUNE 29
RED BANK: An annual crowd pleaser returns June 29 with a free concert in Marine Park by the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, RiverCenter said ...
Heard on the Green
Heard on the Green
DUCK RESCUE EFFORT
Duckling rescue attempt underway in sewer at East Front and Broad, 10:29 a.m.
HOUSING CRUNCH
Demolition begins for new apartments at Globe Court and Mechanic Street.
FEELING SNAPPY
      Snapping Turtles come ashore to lay their eggs this time of year and are a common site along the Swimming River waterfr ...