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St. John Properties Inc. sold eleven acres of the former North Point Drive-In movie theater lot in Dundalk to K. Hovnanian Homes for $2 million, seemingly ending the company's plans for big-box stores at the site.
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Robin Moran, Recreation Assistant, has won the 2013 Noble Caregiver Award, joining LPN Darleen Vorrius and Building Services Director Ben Sheard who won the same award in 2009 and 2010, and Beverly Johnston, RN, who won NCAL's Assisted Living Nurse of the Year Award in 2012.
CHELSEA & FRIENDS PRESENT AN EVENING OF SONG & MUSIC TO BENEFIT LUNCH BREAK On Saturday, June 22, Chelsea Palermo and Friends will present a special evening to benefit Lunch Break, the soup kitchen and pantry that serves the greater Red Bank area.
A California Judge denied Johnson & Johnson's subsidiary DePuy Inc.'s motion to overturn an $8.26 million judgment awarded to hip implant-recipient Loren Kransky, who suffered serious complications due to the defective ASR XL metal-on-metal hip replacement.
The summer mood has set in and so have events and news reflecting it. Last week, we found out that one of Fair Haven's own boys in blue, Lt.
Nearly 1,400 runners lined Broad Street on Saturday for the start of the 20 th annual George Sheehan Classic 5K race in Red Bank.
The Red Bank Planning Board hearing on the Hampton Inn application will start at 7 p.m., Monday, at 90 Monmouth St. RED BANK - The boomeranging application to build a Hampton Inn on the site of a closed gasoline station once owned by Solomon Dwek comes back to the borough Planning Board Monday night, with one foot shaved off the building height.
The boomeranging application to build a Hampton Inn on the site of a closed gasoline station once owned by Solomon Dwek comes back to the borough Planning Board Monday night, with one foot shaved off the building height.
JCP&L's new president, James Fakult, said the utility is a "better organization today" than when Hurricane Sandy struck.
Michael Cumpsty and Leighton Bryan in Present Laughter at Two River Theater Company in Red Bank On the worst morning in Garry Essendine's life, a pretty young admirer refuses to leave, he is told he may have to perform in a play at a theater he dislikes, and visiting friends insult his sherry.
Lost Red Bank class ring found 40 years later: Eatontown man finds Red Bank Regional ring on first try using a metal detector.
A school bus driver was transported to Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank for minor injuries after an accident involving another vehicle, said EMS Bob Pfleger.
There's probably no better gift for a fisherman on Father's Day than a charter trip with his favorite skipper, but if that's not in your price range there are many alternatives even if you're not quite sure of what tackle he would like.