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RED BANK: ROADWORK TO CLOSE PINCKNEY
RED BANK: Pinckney Road is to be closed to traffic for repaving this week – weather permitting. And weather may not permit.
Remember: Nothing makes a Red Bank business owner happier than to hear "I saw your ad on Red Bank Green!"
RED BANK: SPRING STREET PROJECT ADVANCING
RED BANK: Parking prohibited this week on the southern half of Spring Street as road rebuilding project advances.
RED BANK: BALLARD TOUTS NEW FEE LAW
RED BANK: Ballard touts new development fee law as countering impact of "explosive growth," though Menna sees it as ripe for legal challenge.
RED BANK: SPRING STREET GETS STATE FUNDS
RED BANK: Area towns to share in $161 million being doled out statewide by Murphy Administration for road and bridge improvements.
LITTLE SILVER: NARROW LANE TO GO ONE-WAY
LITTLE SILVER: Bowing to the prevalence of today's "humongous" passenger cars, council votes to turn quaint, narrow lane into a one-way.
LITTLE SILVER: SPOTLIGHT ON NARROW LANE
LITTLE SILVER: Borough wrestles with question of what to do with a quaint, narrow lane in the age of "humongous" family vehicles.
RED BANK: REPORT DOMINATES FACE-OFF
RED BANK: Against backdrop of critical management report, two mayoral and five council candidates face off before a full house.
LITTLE SILVER: STUDENT TO RATE WALKWAYS
Theo Cheevers at Church Street and Rumson Road, site of a recent sidewalk reconstruction. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge) By JOHN T. WARD Where exactly in Little SilverContinue reading "LITTLE SILVER: STUDENT TO RATE WALKWAYS"
RED BANK READY FOR STORM, SAYS DPU HEAD
Plows will roll out of the borough DPU yard on Chestnut Street starting at about 3 a.m. Thursday, says a borough official. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge)Continue reading "RED BANK READY FOR STORM, SAYS DPU HEAD"
FAIR HAVEN OPTS FOR ‘COMPLETE STREETS’
The intersection of River Road and Fair Haven Road boasts some key features of “Complete Streets” design, including distinctive crosswalks. (Photo by Connor Soltas. Click to enlarge) By CONNOR SOLTASContinue reading "FAIR HAVEN OPTS FOR ‘COMPLETE STREETS’"
THREE MIDDLETOWN BRIDGES SWAMPED
Rushing water from Shadow Lake left a gaping hole in Hubbard Avenue, above. Below, a truck fords flooding at the Poricy Pond culvert on Navesink River Road, site of aContinue reading "THREE MIDDLETOWN BRIDGES SWAMPED"
HALFACRE: NOBODY TOLD US
Detours will be in effect for most of this month at Hance and River roads in Fair Haven, borough officials say. (Click to enlarge) Fair Haven Mayor Mike Halfacre isContinue reading "HALFACRE: NOBODY TOLD US"
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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.
COMMUNITY PROFILES
For Black History Month, Red Bank's Community Engagement and Equity Advisory Committee has been running a series of local profiles on Facebo ...
HEARTY FAREWELL FOR HARDY
RED BANK: Council to honor DPU supervisor Rich Hardy, who retired recently after almost 39 years of keeping things running.
HOMEBOUND? READ ON…
RED BANK: Can't get to the public library? It's now offering free delivery and pickups for homebound borough residents.
TAMING A BEAST OF A WEEK
RED BANK: After the second snowfall of the week, a borough family finds the perfect use for it – a Godzilla snow sculpture.
RED BANK: LIBRARY CLOSED, BUT THE HILL’S OPEN
RED BANK: Though the library was closed by a snowstorm, kids got to enjoy the riverfront property's steep slope Tuesday.
LIGHT(HOUSE) MAKEOVER
This year, getting ready for spring means a midwinter makeover for Strollo's Lighthouse in Red Bank.
TODAY: LOCAL PUPPY COMPETES ON ANIMAL PLANET’S “PUPPY BOWL”
Red Bank’s very own rescue puppy, Biscuit, is set to compete in Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl this Sunday, February 11, at 2 PM. Th ...
WHAT? NO redbankgreen NEWSLETTER?
Apologies to redbankgreen newsletter subscribers: the daily email hasn’t gone out for two days because of technical issues.
RED BANK: TIRED OF SKEETERS?
RED BANK: Tired of mosquito bites every summer? Monmouth County has a free program to help eliminate skeeter breeding grounds.
SEA BRIGHT: POLAR PLUNGE FOR ST. JAMES, OTHERS
Hundreds braved the wind and sea on Sunday at 1PM in support of St. James Elementary School, and other Catholic schools in the area. The eve ...
RED BANK: RBR CLAIMS TITLE
RED BANK: Watch pure joy as the RBR boys basketball team celebrates its first B North championship in 17 years.
RED BANK: FORGET-IT FRIDAY
RED BANK: Train Station can be a lonely place Friday mornings, especially with cold rain in the forecast.
RED BANK: CROONING YOUR LOVE
RED BANK: Imagine a quartet of impeccably dressed gentlemen showing up at your beloved's workplace, singing of your love.
RED BANK: BLACK RIVER ROLLS ON
RED BANK: A 68-year-old rail freight engine can still be counted on to draw a trainspotting fan or two when it rolls through town.
RED BANK: ‘MONDAY SWEAT’ MEETS
RED BANK: Joined by the Hazlet Running Club, members of the Red Bank Run Club met for their "Monday Sweat" at Count Basie Field.
RED BANK: CARD SALE BOOSTS GYM DRIVE
RED BANK: Charter School Foundation offers student-deisgned Valentines cards to help raise funds for a gymnasium.
RED BANK: LOVE IS IN THE… WINDOW
RED BANK: Up next: Valentine's Day, and Partyline finds the Red Bank Chocolate Shoppe getting ready for a surge of love and craving.
CLOSING THE BOOK ON A GREAT CAREER
The Red Bank mayor and council honored with a resolution Linda Hewitt (in red) on her retirement from the Red Bank Public Library at Thursda ...