Red Bank Catholic High School Girls' basketball team members celebrate their win last Saturday after the Caseys came from behind over St. John Vianney High School to advance to the Shore Comference Final.
RED BANK - From England to Jamaica to New York and finally to Red Bank, was the path Noel Blackwood took with his family as a child. But for the last two decades - more than half his life - Blackwood has in a sense become part of another family - the Red Bank volunteer fire department.
TWO REVIVALS, ONE on and one off-Broadway, are showcasing actresses of uncommon talent. S. Epatha Merkerson is re-creating Lola Delaney in Come Back, Little Sheba, and a coterie of women is sparking a new production of Beth Henley's Pulitzer-winning Crimes of the Heart.
DOVER TOWNSHIP - The basketball rivalry between state powers Red Bank Catholic and St. John Vianney has seen many classic games over the years, but Tuesday night's unforgettable contest can take its place with the best of them.
LINCROFT - Once again the Donald Warner Student Life Center on the campus of Brookdale Community College came alive with the sounds of rock, pop, jazz, blues and bluegrass as Brookdale's public radio station, 90.5 The NIGHT, held its 11th Annual Brookdale Guitar Show.
THE COMPANY SEEKING to build a man-made liquid natural gas storage (LNG) island the size of six Giants' stadiums in waters 19 miles off the Jersey Shore is seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent New Jersey from having a voice in the matter.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - They're popular scout mantras: "Always be prepared" and "Leave no trace." And while it's those mantras and basic scouting principles that make Mayor Frederick Rast III committed to clearing a spot in Lenape Woods where scouts can camp, a few doubts have been expressed that no trace will be left after they're gone.
Sources will not specify, but, at least a couple of people close to the subject say they can undoubtedly confirm that there is, indeed, a buyer for the bankrupted, lately beleaguered commuter ferry service that shuttles about 4,000 business people to and from Manhattan daily.
MIDDLETOWN - Despite discussion on the necessity to do so and concern for the depletion of funds before the 2008 Budget approval, a resolution authorizing emergency appropriations passed unanimously by the Middletown Township Council on Tuesday.
MIDDLETOWN - On Monday February 11, 2008 Middletown Township Police Detective Patricia Colangelo arrested Jean M. Riccardelli, age 37, of Bray Avenue Middletown, on charges of aggravated assault upon a school principal and theft of the principal's notes.
MIDDLETOWN - On Tuesday February 19 at approximately 12:11 a.m., Middletown Township Police received a 9-1-1 call from a man who found a cash register on a trail behind a shopping center and discovered a burglary to a business on Highway 36 in the Navesink section of
FREEHOLD - The Monmouth County Shade Tree Commission will hold its Annual Spring Forum featuring the county's 2008 planned gypsy moth spray program at 7 p.m. on March 26 at the Monmouth County Agriculture Building, 4000 Kozloski Rd., Freehold.