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In the butterfly tent at the Clearwater Festival in Asbury Park last Saturday, Aug. 15

This Week's Top Stories

A Summer Ritual At Skeleton Hill Island
SANDY HOOK - Hundreds of people from the Highlands area made their way by water to Skeleton Hill Island off Sandy Hook last weekend to participate in what has become an unofficial summer ritual.
In Red Bank, Dreaming Of What Could Be - Once the borough dump, waterfront property may have future as a park
RED BANK - Borough Council members Juanita Lewis and Sharon Lee are looking at the end of West Sunset Avenue and dreaming of what could be.
Pallone's Town Hall Meeting Expected To Draw A Crowd
RED BANK - For the last few weeks the 24-hour news channels YouTube and other Internet sites have been brimming with clips and images of fiery outbursts from large groups attending town hall style meetings on the proposals to overhaul the health-care system, held by Congress members in their home states.
Township Approves Workplan For North Middletown Plan aimed a reducing crime, building community
MIDDLETOWN - Armed with an approved workplan, the North Middletown Neighborhood Preservation Program is gearing up to implement a set of community projects aimed at enhancing the Bayshore neighborhood's quality of life.
Hearing On River Rats Application Continued To September Residents contend sailing group is violating borough ordinance
FAIR HAVEN - River Rats, also known as the Fair Haven Sailing Club, went before the Borough's Planning Board on Wednesday, August 12 seeking site plan approval for modifications to their property, which is in a residential zone.
'West of Brooklyn' To Debut In RB
RONNIE MARMO - -WELL remembers his first and most auspicious audition.
Highlands To Dedicate New Firehouse Aug. 29
HIGHLANDS - The Highlands Fire Department will be cutting the ribbon on their new Firehouse Station 17-1 on Saturday August 29, 2009 at 1 p.m..
Oceanic Library Welcomes Local Artists
Each month the Oceanic Free Public Library in Rumson features a local artist and a jewelry maker.
Friends Remember Ray Licata With Memorial Swim
LONG BRANCH - Ray Licata was a familiar presence on the beaches of Long Branch. A lifelong swimmer, he often lent a hand to the lifeguards when the waters were rough.